About Holi

Entire country wears a festive and colorful look when it is time for Holi celebration. On this very day people throw colors on friends and relatives. Holi celebration also includes grand feasting and merry making. Irrespective of religion and caste people celebrate holi with pomp and enthusiasm. Holi is celebrated on Phalgun Purnima at the end of the winter season on the last Full Moon day of the Lunar month Phalguna-February/March. On this auspicious occasion, you can allow the Divine blessing of God shower on your loved ones by sending precious gift articles. These gifts will definitely create a delightful ambiance on this festival. The articles assigned in this chapter will give you more information about Holi and gifts you can send to your dear ones on this festival.



Holi Celebrations and its Recent Trends

“If I were asked under what sky the human mind has developed the most… I would point to India.” --- Max Mueller India is the land where different cultures and traditions flourished since the inception of time. The rich variety of customs and rituals have enriched our diversity. One of the prominent festivals which is celebrated across the country is the colourful Holi. This robust carnival is associated with adorning each other with multiple colours. People engage themselves in this frolic amusement which symbolises peace, harmony and prosperity. Originally a festival to celebrate good harvest of the s

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Holi-the festival of color

Holi is the festival of colors which is celebrated with pomp and enthusiasm all over the country.  The colorful festival of Holi is celebrated on Phalgun Purnima which generally comes in February end or early March. If you are wondering when is Holi in 2012 then please note that it has fallen on 8th March. Holi festival has an ancient origin and celebrates the victory of 'good' over 'evil'. The colorful festival platforms the social gap and love bond between people. On this day, people hug and wish each other 'Happy Holi'. The festival of colours is extremely popular amongst children. Everybody on this day celebrates by ru

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Holi-Celebrated in India

Holi celebration in India, takes place with lot of joy and enthusiasm throughout the whole nation. It is one of the important  festivals of India. People enjoy the day with great zest. Holi celebration follows after the Holi puja which is known as “ Holika Dahan”. On this day people gather woods and create a bonfire, on which they place the effigy of ‘Holika’ and ‘Prahlad’. In the evening, they lit the huge bonfire and chant  mantras. This traditional ritual symbolizes triumph of the good over the evil. If you are wondering when is Holi in 2012 then it is on 8th March. People celeb

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