This chapter focuses on the most unique ways to celebrate Holi.

Holi in Goa

Holi Celebration In Goa

The festival of Holi symbolizes the victory of good over evil. It also marks the advent of spring and people celebrate it joyously with a splash of color. It is the most boisterous of all Hindu festivals, observed all over India, especially the North. It heralds the end of winter and the beginning of spring. The night before the full moon, crowds of people gather together and light huge bonfires to burn the residual dried leaves and twigs of the winter. People throw colored water with pichkari, gubbare and gulal at each other and make merry. Singing and dancing add to the gaiety of the occasion. You can also take part in the fe

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Holi In Punjab

Holi Celebration In Punjab

Imagine if your favourite festival Holi is celebrated with wrestling, loud whoops of delight and with mouth-watering food of Langars, you’ll be thrilled, won’t you? That’s a typical Holi celebration for the ever-sprightly and benevolent Punjabis. On the second day of the lunar month of chet, Punjabis from all over the world send gifts to India and greetings as their token of love. The diversities of Indian culture gives a unique chance to every religion and state to express themselves in various festivals. As we all know that people in Punjab loves social gathering and their festivities are much more fun-fille

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Holi in Uttarakhand

Holi Celebration In Uttarakhand

A full moon day in the month of Phalgun(March), when the entire Earth is drenched in colours of Gulal, the day when people are thrilled to send India gifts, luscious sweets and warm wishes; yes, we’re definitely talking about Holi. Enlivened children walk with water filled balloons and Pichkaris, happy-go-lucky faces are adorned with tints of Gulal, finger-licking Gujiyas and Mathris adorn the kitchen, people in a distant land send gifts to India and the famous holi songs top off this blithesome occasion. As India is a country of heterogeneous cultures and diversities, the different regions have a peculiar way of celeb

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Holi in West Bengal

Holi Celebration In West Bengal

No one can possibly forget the mirthful Holi of West Bengal; the rainbow drenched streets, the serene atmosphere and the epic love story of Radha and Krishna. Everything brings you close to this festival, you are keen to send gifts to India from abroad like sweets and apparels, you remember the lovely tradition of Holi in West Bengal and you can’t help but to fall in love with the holy traditions. There’s something about India that brings every religion together, whether it’s the Holi of Punjab or West Bengal, the polar opposite ends are brought together by this festival of colours, the divine bond is infinite

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Holi Celebration

Holi Celebration in Different Forms & Places

The festival of colours, or Holi, is a very popular festival that is celebrated all over India with a lot of pomp and show. Various India gifts are exchanged on this occasion, especially among the little ones who enjoy this day a lot. The celebration is slowly losing its traditional religious aspect and becoming an extremely secular one. However, there are still many rituals and customs associated with this festival which change from region to region. It is important to know about these interesting traditions so that you can send gift to India accordingly. Here we are going to discuss about a few such ways in which Holi is cele

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