Importance of Holi festival in India


Festival Of Colors

Holi Festival

Holi is a festival full of joy in Sanatan Dharma, according to the Indian season, the festival of Holi comes in spring.

Holi is celebrated on the full moon day of Phalgun month, it is a festival full of colors and happiness, Holi festival is now celebrated all over the world.

The festival of Holi is celebrated for two days, on the first day Holi is lit in the evening, and on the second day it is celebrated as Dhulivandan i.e. Dhuleti.


On the day of Dhuleti, Abil-Gulal throw each other, forgetting their bitterness, people go to each other's house and apply colors.

Lath Maar Holi of Barsana is very famous, processions take place at some places, there is also a tradition of singing songs.

In Barsana

There is also an old story of Holi of devotee Prahlad, Prahlad's father Hiranyakashyap was from Rakshasa clan, who was cruel and tyrannical.

Holi Story

Holi Story

He used to consider Lord Vishnu as his enemy when his son started worshiping him.

Holi Story

Then different people were sent to kill Prahlad, among them Hiranyakashyap's sister Holika was also sent.

Holika had a boon that she could not burn fire, Prahlad was made to sit on Holika's lap and the fire was lit.

Prahlad, the child devotee of the Lord, escapes from the fire, and Holika dies in the same fire, since then there has been a tradition of burning Holi.

Radha and Krishna performed Raas on the day of Holi, which is world famous.

Radhe Krishna

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