So the festival of colours is finally here. Considered to be one of the most popular Hindu festival around the world with parts of Europe and North America also celebrating it, Holi has become a symbol of love, frolic and colours.
Better known as Dhuleti, Dhulandi or Dhulivandan in many parts, the festival of Holi has won hearts of millennials everywhere. So let’s take a look at some of the crazy things which you can do on this Holi to make it memorable!
- Meet friends and family:
Festivals are the best thing that give a chance for friends and family to meet and celebrate. Don’t miss this opportunity to have a gala time with your buddies and take out time to rejoice in the glory of Holi!
- Play with colours:
This carnival of colours gives you an opportunity to play, chase ad colour each other with dry power. Carry water guns and water-filled balloons and have a candid water fight with your loved ones. Though keep in mind not to waste a lot of water as it is a very precious commodity.
- Drink Bhang:
The most popular delicacy of Holi, the intoxicating Bhang is one thing you just cannot miss.
- Dance to the beats of Drums:
There are so many songs devoted to this festival that your body will get tired by dancing but the playlist won’t end. Also, take this opportunity to rejoice, sing, dance and party to the bests of drums and other musical instruments.
- Eat Pakodas and Gujiya:
Delicious Pakodas and fresh sweet Gujiyas are a treat for everyone.
- Visit Mathura and Vrindavan:
It is said that there is no better place to play Holi than Mathura and Vrindavan. Anyone and everyone is fair game, friend or stranger, rich or poor, man or woman, children and elders.
You will find the frolic and fight with colours occurring in the open streets, open parks, outside temples and buildings. Groups carrying drums and other musical instruments, going from place to place, singing and dancing.
If you have time to visit, don’t miss your chance to witness the frenzy!
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2 thoughts on “Bura Na Maano, Holi Hai!”
Holi is one festival which binds us all…during holi there are so many foes turning into friends and it brings a sense of happiness in everyone’s life..
alag hi level pe hota hai.. back in my college we litterally tore off the shirt of every boy on the field.. haha..