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The importance of the festival and mythology

The importance of the festival and mythology
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The importance of the festival and mythology
Festival of Holi is multi-dimensional. On this day, the divine emotions like the low, poor, rich, extinct from society become extinct. This festival is also associated with farming-farmer, therefore it is important to fry wheat wheat in burning Holi.
Holi Combustion Method: Holi is a festivals and festivals festivals and festivals. Vishnu devotees also fast on this day. For Holika Dohan, people are preparing for a month before. Collectively, people collect wood, substances etc. and on the day of Fergun Shukla Purnima Holocaust is combated Hola during the short time. Before being burned Holi is worshiped with its laws and is called on the name of Agni and Vishnu.

On the day of Holika Dahan people people dance around the sacred fire and enjoy folklore. On this day, the melodies of Holi of Leela and Krishna of Holha and Bhoj live in the streets and people are enjoyable. On the day of Holika Dahan, people make kheer and milkpool in their own homes and enjoy their goddess and god.

The ancient story: Holika combines the Holi eve. There is an ancient story behind this that Hiranyaakyas, the son of Dati, used to have a great hostility from Lord Vishnu. He came in pride of his power and started calling himself God and announced that only he would be worshiped in the state. He closed Yagna and Ahti in his state and started to stir up the devotees of God.

The son of Hiranyakaship was Prahlad, the ultimate devotee of Lord Vishnu. Despite the words of the father, Prahlad was devote to Vishnu. Unrestricted Hiranyakyas tried many times to kill his son, but God himself kept protecting him and his hair was not even dunk.

Hulayu Raja’s sister, Holika, got such a sheet from Lord Shankar that the fire which could not burn the fire after bursting it. Holika took that sheet to the Prahlad and sat on a donkey. By the incident, the sheet flew over Prahlad and saved Philahad’s life and burned Holika. On the day of Holika combustion, Holi is celebrated with the end of ‘Malala’ and the protection of the devotee by God.

Holi Colors: The festival of Holi is a festival related to love and harmony that reflects the unique nature of spirituality. This festival has the tradition of celebrating with color and Gulal. Many festivals and beliefs are associated with this festival.

Holi mythological fact: Holi festival is celebrated in ancient times in ancient times. Seeing in terms of history, it is celebrated from Vedic period. According to Hindu mass, the new tradition begins with the day of Holi. On the day of Chaitra Krishna on the Day of Resurrection, the first human man was born on earth. On this day, Kamdev was reborn. Ranghav is celebrated to express all these happiness. In Narsingh form, God appeared on this day and was killed and killed the Masurur named Hirayyakyasip, to devote the devotees to the devotees.

 

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