Hi friends today we’ll discuss about Holi Meaning, hope you love to know, right!
Holi is also known as Holaka or Phagwa. It is an annual festival celebrated on the day after the full moon in the Hindu month of Phalguna (early March). It celebrates spring, commemorates various events in Hindu mythology and is time of disregarding social norms and indulging in general merrymaking. Holi is probably the least religious of Hindu holidays. During Holi, Hindus attend a public bonfire, spray friends and family with colored powders and water, and generally go a bit wild in the streets.
The Holi ritual is the playing and applying of colored water and color powders (Gulal) on friends family neighbor and every person who engage in same purpose on that day. The Holi holiday commonly known as “Festival of Colors.” This ritual is said to be based on the above story of Krishna and Radha as well as on Krishna’s playful splashing of the maids with water, but most of all it celebrates the coming of spring with all its beautiful colors and vibrant life.
Holi indicates the victory of good over evil, it marks the onset of spring and the departure of winters and is also celebrated as a thanks-giving 🙂
It is the day when we leftover all the negative energy and move on to the super positive energy as we move forward. The festival is celebrated with various herbal colors.