Holika Holi: The Festival Of Love

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Holi is celebrated at the end of the winter season. It is to mark the beginning of spring. Just like Diwali, Holi also means the victory of good over evil. Holi is celebrated in every part of the country, sometimes it is also called the festival of love. It is celebrated day and night everyone gets together and puts all their problems and bitters aside. It is known as Holika Holi gets its name from Holika Dahan or choti Holi. Dahan they day Lord Vishnu burn the devil to end the evil. The holi ritual starts by lighting up the bonfire. The next day people play with powders colours also they are drenched in water with their friends and families The festival of color is celebrated with various colors and water thrown at people. The vibrant colors bring positivity, joy and enthusiasm in people’s day. The music is playing, people would dance and eat food after playing with colors It is a arrival of spring. People celebrate Holi around the world, mostly in India and Nepal. The time Holi is celebrated on March and Holika Dahan happens in the evening. Holi is celebrate all day and there is color involved, which stays on your face more than 6 hrs. So, how do people take the color off?…show more content…
It is celebrating the birth of Krishna, he had a unique personality and devoted himself who ever loved him. Krishna Janmashtami is celebrated in the morning and until midnight. People sing lord Krishna songs, pray, and cook a feast of over hundred dishes. People would perform drama and dance, make clothes, decorate the temple with flowers, lights and read scriptures. People invite friends, family and play instruments to grow closer to God. At midnight people will do an arati (a worship ceremony) followed by a kirtan which an another worship. It spiritually inspires others to engage with people. Krishna purfies love, and devote himself like each individual devoted

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