Holi is celebrated with a grand celebration and energy. This year the Holi 2021 will be celebrated on March 29th. Holika Dahan also known as Holi bonfire, will be organised a day before the Holi festival means on 28th March. Everyone will play with wet and dry colours to celebrate the Holi festival.
Holi is one of the most important festivals of Hindus which is marked with special events in Mathura, Barsana and other areas linked to Lord Krishna. It is also the most anticipated celebration in North India.
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Happy Holi 2021 wishes, messages, greetings
Holi wishes in English
- May this Holi brings happiness, colours, a joy to your life. Happy Holi!
- Happy Holi to you and your family my dear friend!
- May you get all the happiness, success, and good health on this occasion. Happy Holi!
- May your life be full of colours, happiness, and vigour. Happy Holi 2021!
- May this Holi bring lots and lots of colourful seasons and days in your life filled with plenty of happiness and love. Wish you a very Happy Holi!
- Let’s throw away the sorrows, negatives as we throw the colours in the air, and renew our love with a bit of romantic colour. Happy Holi!
- It’s the time to celebrate, enjoy and make a bond with people, sweets, and colours. Happy Holi 2021!
- Happy Holi 2021 from my family to you and your family. Hope you have a colourful day and a beautiful life.
- May God give you peace of mind and bless you with good health. Happy Holi!
- May the year ahead be prosperous and happy and every day as colourful as the day of Holi.
- May God shower all his blessings upon you and your family on the occasion of Holi.
- May all the days of the year be as cheerful and colourful as the day of Holi. Happy Holi!
- Water balloons, water pistols, amazing songs, thandai, and delicious gujiyas are the right way to celebrate Holi.
- Hope God paints the canvas of your life with the best colours and sparkle. Happy Holi to you and your Family!!
- Let’s make a bonfire of our pride, negativity, and envy this Holi. Happy Holi!
Holi wishes in Hindi
- Radha ka rang aur Kanha ki pichkari, Pyar ke rang se rang do duniya sari, Ye rang na jaane koi jaat na koi boli, Badhayi ho aapko rang bhari Holi!!
- Pichkari ki dhaar, gulaal ki bauchhar, Apnon ka pyaar, yahi hai yaaron Holi ka tyohar. Happy Holi!!
- Kha ke gujiya, pi ke bhang, Laga ke thoda sa rang, Bajake dholak aur mridang, Khele Holi hum tere sang. Holi ki dheron shubh kamnayein.
- Niklo galiyon me bana kar toli, Bhiga do aaj har ek ki jholi, Koi muskara de to use gale laga lo, Varna nikal lo laga ke rang, keh ke Happy Holi!!
- Rango ka tyohaar aaya hai, Saath apne khushiyan laya hai, Isse pehle koi rang de aapko, Humne subh kamnaon ka rang, sabse pehle bhijwaya hai. Happy Holi.
- Mere aur mere pariwar ki or se aapko Holi ke pavan avsar par dheron shubh kamnayein.
Holi 2021 Date in India
Holi – The Festival of Colours, is widely celebrated across India. This year, the celebration will start with Holika Dahan that is on March 28, followed by Dhulandi or Rangwali Holi on March 29, 2021.
The festival marks the ending of the winter season and the beginning of the spring season.
Holika Dahan (Chhoti Holi)
This festival is celebrated during the month of Phalguna, which typically occurs in the month of March. It begins from the Purnima Tithi, which is the last full moon day of the month. On this evening, Holika Dahan is conducted. This is when the models of Holika are made and burnt. Along with this, everyone performs pujas during the Holika Dahan ceremony. Holika Dahan is conducted every year, a day before Rangwali Holi, to memorialise the victory of good over evil. Holika Dahan is also known as Chhoti Holi.
Rangwali Holi (Dhulandi)
Rangwali Holi is celebrated by applying dry and wet colours on each other’s faces. And cooking delicious sweets like gujiyas and bhang being the most common Food and drink consumed. Including colours, people also celebrate by singing and dancing on drums and dholak.
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Holi is not just celebrated inside India but it is also celebrated in other places in South Asia, and even outside Asia. It is also widely celebrated in India’s neighbouring country Nepal. Some other countries include Guyana, Trinidad, Suriname and Tobago, South Africa, Malaysia, Mauritius, Fiji, the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, the Netherlands, Australia, and New Zealand.
What is Dhulandi?
According to Hindu calendar, the Dhulandi Festival is held on the second day of Holika Dahan. The celebration is not only popular in Rajasthan, but also in the northern part of India, where it is celebrated with passion and zest. On this day, however, Jaipur witnessed one of the most spectacular festival events. People burn bonfires after sunset on the day before Dhulandi, and the following day they celebrate Dhulandi by playing with colours and water.
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