Holi celebration is most colorful in the northernmost state of India. Yeah! That’s Jammu and Kashmir. The warm Holi says goodbye to the long winters with a tight hug. Let’s discover how people celebrate Holi in Jammu and Kashmir.
Holi 2020 in Jammu and Kashmir:
Jammu and Kashmir is a state of north India which is covered with snow during winter. In March, when the winter is about to end, tourists love to be there and celebrate Holi. So the celebration includes outsiders and people from all religions. They bring together to spread the love.
On the day of Holika Dahan or Choti Holi, people lite bonfire to say goodbye to the evil spirits. They dance on music and enjoy the evening. The preceding day is Holi and is a public holiday for all. Children are the center of attraction for Holi celebrations this day in Jammu and Kashmir. People get out of their homes and gather on roads and parks. Here they play Holi with dry and watercolors.
Tourists also take part in playing Holi. This way, everyone gets together to spread the message of love.
Specialty of Holi celebrations:
On the day of Holika Dahan, people hug each other tightly when they lite fire. This is to end all the disputes and forgive everyone. So Holi is the start of a new beginning after all the disagreements between people.
It is the time when spring is about to come. And this beautiful valley is full of colorful trees and flowers. So the festival of colors will have most of the colors of nature present in Jammu and Kashmir.
If you want to end your winter with a relaxed Holi celebration in 2020, you must visit Jammu and Kashmir. You will surely love the place and the way its people celebrate Holi.