Monday, February 27, 2012

How To Play Creative Holi To make This Fest Unforgettable

Here you will get solution of following questions related to Holi feastival
Ques: What is Holi feastival?
Ques:Why we celebrate Holi?
Ques:How to Play/Celebrate Creative HOLI Festival?

What is Holi

             "India is well known for its culture and festivals which is celebrated with joy, love and enthusiasm. Celebration is all about sharing love and fun. Holi is definitely one of the happiest festivals celebrated by Desi’s all over the world. When we talk Holi, almost immediately you think, water, colors, bhang(भांग) and well "


Why we celebrate 

There are two major days for this festival, Holika Dahan, traditionally a bonfire on the day of Holi, marks the symbolic annihilation of demon Holika(होलिका). Holika was the sister of demon Hiranyakashyap(हिरण्यकश्यप), in Hindu mythology, while trying to kill, a devotee, Bhakta Prahlad(भक्त प्रहलाद), saved by Lord Narsingh(नरसिंह) for that happiness we cebrate Holi "it is said. Then a day after is played Holi by applying colors on each other’s face and enjoying splashes of water.

How to celebrate Holi Feastival
  • Use Natural Colors

  •  Save Water
  • Celebrate Eco-friendly Holi
  • Make Use Of Social Networks and applications
  • Play Holi online this year!
  • Simply enjoy Holi moovies and songs (Brij ke rasiya)
  • Get a Holi tattoo! 

Holi Color/Paint

Before purchasing color be sure that the color you are trying to purchase is kid friendly and easily washable and then purchase a lot of multiple choices colors.


Brij Ki Lath mar Holi(बृज की लाठ मार होली)

It is a kind of holi celebration in north india(Brij). 'Lath mar Holi  takes place well before the actual Holi celebration. It takes place at Barsana near Mathura in the state of Uttar Pradesh. People flock to the suburban town of Barsana near Mathura to see Lath Mar Holi, a special form of traditional festivity.
Legend has it that Lord Krishna visited his beloved Radha's village on this day and playfully teased her and her friends. Taking offence at this, the women of Barsana chased him away. Since then, men from Krishna's village, Nandgaon, visit Barsana to play Holi in the town which has the distinction of having the only temple dedicated to Radha in India.

Holi Celebration Video

Some gorgeous handmade Holi Cards

handmade Holi Cards
handmade Holi Card
handmade Holi eCards
Holi Cards
Holi eCards
beautiful Holi Cards
beautiful Holi eCard

1 comments:

Collin Davis said...

I perfectly agree with your point of celebrating an ecofriendly Holi. More people should be encouraged to use organic holi colours as chemical holi colours are made up of heavy metals such as lead and zinc that can cause skin and face extensive damage.

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