Holi is the second most significant festival in India. However, people all around the world also feel immense pleasure in celebrating Holi. In Gregorian Calendar, the Holi festival doesn't have a significant date. So we have to look for when Holi will be in each year. To solve this problem, we have gathered Holi calendars from the past many years. So have a look! Holi Calendar: Holi is celebrated every year on the day after the full moon in the month of Phalguna of Indian/Hindu calendar. This day is also known as Rang Wali Holi or Dhuleti Holi. So we don't know the exact date of it as per … [Read more...]
All You Must Know About Holi in 2020:
Holi, the festival of colors has a long story. The mythology can be traced back to the ancient Hindu Gods. To know all about Holi, you must read all the posts under this header. So don't miss out...
Holi celebration is not limited to India or the Hindu community. Instead, people from all around the world, no matter which religion they belong, love to be a part of this festival of colors. But everyone that celebrates Holi doesn't need to know why Holi is celebrated. Even the young generation of Hinduism and India doesn't know about the cultural appropriation and observances of Holi. Celebration of Holi: However, everyone, most of the time, knows how to celebrate Holi. They know about the burning of Holika, how to play Holi - Dhuleti, and eating delicious Indian meals on Holi. Everyone … [Read more...]
Holi is the festival of colors that lasts for two days. But do we know about the difference between these two days and what we do on these occasions? Let's find out with us what is difference and similarity among Holi and Dhuleti here. It is also called "Duleti holi". Holi and Dhuleti: Holi is a Hindu festival that people celebrate in the month of Phalguna of the Hindu calendar. It usually falls in February or March. It lasts for two days. The first day is called as Choti Holi, Holika, or Holika Dahan. The celebration starts after the sunset on the night of full moon in the month of … [Read more...]
Holi is the festival of colors. And what people do most on it is playing with colors. No one knows what affects the color will leave on the clothes he or she is wearing. So beware when you choose the clothes or outfit you will wear on Holi.You will have to take into account many factors while making a choice. And believe me, all of them are crucial. If you compromise on any of it, the results will be heartbreaking. Because it can destroy your favorite dress that you wore for the first time, so don't take such risks and read this article till the end. After that, your Holi 2020 will be … [Read more...]
One of the most important rituals of Holi celebrations is the burning of Holika Dahan. It takes place on the evening before the day of Holi. We call it Choti Holi too. It is crucial in Hinduism to take care of the time to burn the Holika or Holi Jalane Ka Time ( दहन पूजा का समय 2020 ). That is known as Holika Dahan Muhurat.It starts after the sunset and lasts for about two hours. All the prayers and burning of Holika Dahan should take place between this Muhurat. Hindus believe that if they do not follow the exact Muhurat, it will be a bad omen. As sunset time varies in each part of the … [Read more...]