Everyone knows that Holi is the festival of colors. People love to celebrate this event not only in India but all around the world. But we must know the reasons why the event got so much popular. That’s why we have written this article so that you can know every fact about Holi before it hits back in 2020.
Facts about Holi:
When we talk about facts related to Holi, some are general in nature. Yet, many people don’t know them or simply ignore the importance of understanding them. There are many fun facts and threatening facts too. So let’s explore all of them down here.
Above 80% of the people who will read this article will know the facts written here. So we have gathered it to refresh these facts into your memory.
- Holi is the festival of love.
- The celebration also means the victory of good over evil.
- In 2020, the Holi will come on the 9th and 10th of March.
- It is the deceleration that winter came to an end.
- The schedule of celebration varies each year as per the cycle of the moon.
- The name Holi came from the demoness Holika which was burnt in the fire.
- The first day is Holika Dahan, and the preceding day is Rangwali Holi.
- Gujiya, a special delight of Holi, is prepared in almost every home.
- It is the national festival of India.
- Holi spreads the message of equality. Because people get together to celebrate irrespective of caste and social status.
These are fun facts. You may have experienced it too. But the point to ponder is that you might not know this fact relates to Holi.
- Ancient people used to warm water to take a bath on the day of Holi, collectively on the bonfire.
- Kids reload their water guns at least 10 days before Holi, and of course, it has colored water.
- The birthplace of Krishna, Brag, India, celebrates Holi for at least 16 days.
- The water fight involves people of all ages.
- Kids in India have official permission to get filthy on the day of Holi.
- Men and Women who are unknown to each other have permission to throw colors on each other on Holi.
These are the facts that are considered to be the drawbacks of the Holi celebrations. You must not ignore them while you enjoy Holi this 2020.
- If the hair and skin are not properly moisturized, Gulal and watercolor can get stained deep into the skin. It can cause serious health issues.
- The air is not safe to breathe in on the day of Holi.
- If you have respiratory issues, the outdoor environment is an open threat.
These are all the facts about Holi. Don’t forget to write back to us if we have added something to your knowledge about Holi. Even if it is a little bit of addition. We will be happy to hear from you. And if we are still missing something, write to us and we will update this information.