Festival will be celebrated with Indians living in India and abroad on Monday, March 2, 2018, with full enthusiasm.
When Holi is celebrated
According to Hindu calendar, Holi Festival is celebrated on the annual basis in the month of March (or sometimes in the month of February) in Falgun Purnima. This festival also indicates the victory of good on the power of evil. It is such a festival when people meet each other, laugh, forget the problems and forgive each other and resurrect relationships. It is celebrated with a lot of pleasure, on the last day of the moonlight of Moonlight, the beginning of the summer and at the end of the winter season. It is a festival of fun and fun activities that tie people in one place. There is a big smile on everyone’s face and they wear new clothes to show their happiness.
Why is Holi celebrated?
There are many reasons to celebrate the festival of the festival every year. It is a grand festival of colors, delicious foods, unity and love. Traditionally, it is celebrated as the success of good on the power of evil or evil on evil. It has been named as “Fagahwara” because it is celebrated in Hindi month, Falgun.
Holi is derived from the word “hai” meaning which worship of God to get new and good crops. Holika Dohan on Holi’s festival indicates that, the people of God, who will be the legendary character, will be saved as Prahlad, while those who are tired of God’s people will be punished like a mythological character a day.
Following celebrating the Holi festival (the mythological story in India) has many historical significance and legends. This is one of the oldest Hindu festivals, celebrated for many years. Different remains relating to Holi festival have been found on the walls of ancient Indian temples. Ahmednagar paintings and Mewar paintings are the existing varieties of medieval paintings of the 16th century, which represents the Holi festival during ancient times.
Holi festival is different in every state, like Holi Festival is celebrated for three days in many states of the country, while it is a day festival in other different states. People celebrate festival(full moon or Holi full moon) on the first day, painting powder on other members of the house. They start the function by putting some color of powder and brass filled with water in a plate. The second day of the festival called “reo” means that the main day of the festival, when people burn Holocaust according to Muftur.
This process is celebrated as a myth of victory over evil, as the myth of Holika and ancient history of Prahlad. The third day festival is called “festival” namely, on the last day of the festival, when people come out of their homes, embrace each other, chalk each other, play with colors, dance, sing, each other See, eat tasty dishes and do lots of activities. According to customs customs and traditions, in the form of ‘Lathamar holi’ in Holi Uttar Pradesh, in Assam, “Faghwah” or “Deol”, Dhol Purnima in Bengal, “Dhole Jatra” in West Bengal, and in Nepal etc. “Is popular with names.
Holi in Mathura and Vrindavan
Holi Festival is a very famous festival in Mathura and Vrindavan. Some enthusiastic people living in other areas of India gather in Mathura and Vrindavan, to see Holi celebrations especially. Mathura and Vrindavan are the great land where Lord Krishna took birth and took a lot of activities. Holi is one of them. According to history, it is believed that the festival was started at the time of Radha and Krishna. Both places are very famous for the festival in Radha and Krishna style.
In Mathura, people celebrate Holi with lots of activities of joke. Holi’s festival keeps the importance of love and devotion for them, where there is a lot of love for you to experience and see. With this great crowd of people from every corner of India, this festival runs for a whole week. There is a banquet-Bihari temple in Vrindavan, where this celebration is celebrated. Mathura has another place to celebrate Holi’s celebration of Gulal-kund which is in the bridge, it is a lake near Govardhan mountain. To enjoy the festival of festival, a Krishna-Leela drama is organized at a large level.
Holi or lamb festival in the rain
In Barsana, people celebrate Luttharam Holi every year, which is very interesting. People from nearby areas come to rain and see the Holi festival in Nandgaon. Barana is a city in Mathura district of Uttar Pradesh. Lutamar Holi is a Holi festival with a stick in which the women kill men from a stick. It is believed that small Krishna had come to rain on the day of Holi, where he and his people were torn apart and in return they were followed by him. Since then, people in Holas and Nandgaon celebrate Holi with the use of rods, which are called Lutmarar festival. In Radha Rani temple, thousands of people from nearby areas are gathered together to celebrate Lathamaram festival. He sings songs of Holi too and describes Mr. Radhe and Shri Krishna. Each year Holi plays with confidential or female shepherds of Nandgaon’s secret or shepherds, and Holi’s secret or herds play Holi with Nandgaon’s secret or female shepherds. Some collective songs are cited by men to attract women’s attention; In turn women get aggressive and kill men with sticks. Here is a tradition of cold drinking or cold drinking as a cannabis.