Holi Customs in 2020 – A Brief Discussion of What They Are

Holi is a festival of colors, and we all know this. But many customs are related to Holi. So we should remember all of these before it comes again in 2020.

Holi Customs:

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Customs of an event are such activities that are to be performed necessarily on an event. In modern days we celebrate Holi up to eating food and playing with colors and don’t know about anything else. So let’s revive all of the above in 2020 with us.

Lightening Bonfire:

Hindu community knows the bonfire of Holi by the name of Holika Dahan. It is a custom to light it in the evening before Holi. It is to pay tribute to the Legend Prahlad. Also, it signifies the victory of good over evil.

Know the whole story behind lightening the bonfire here.

Playing with colors:

Throw colors on each other on Holi is a custom that everyone follows. It is also known as Dhuledi. But people don’t know why they do it. It signifies the love of Krishna for Radha.

Know the whole story of Holi color play here.

Visiting Each other:

In the evening after color play, people go to visit their friends and family members. They spend time together to spread happiness and strengthen the bond between people. But in modern times, people don’t go visiting friends or family members; instead, they go to attend a Holi party, a musical night or visiting a park.

Food:

Food is an integral color of Holi. People prepare different dishes in the Holi menu. Some of the dishes are traditional, whereas some are modern dishes.

Know about all the recipes of dishes that people love to eat on Holi here.

Holi is a festival of colors with many customs that are necessary for everyone to follow. So you must abide by all the customs written above when it comes to 2020.