India celebrates 'Holi", one of the most popular festivals in India held every year in the month of March. See how the People Celebrate Holi & why?
India celebrates 'Holi", one of the most popular festivals in India held every year in the month of March. Also known as the 'Spring Festival', marks the end of winter and celebrates the upcoming spring harvest, a celebrated season as it brings warmer days, new produce, love and joy.
The preparation of the festival:
Holi celebration is an important festival in India. On the eve of Holi, fires are lit to burn the evil spirits. The whole country will be in festive mood, the streets & shows will pile with colors of red, yellow, green, purple and children buy their water balloons to soak people with water colors.
On the eve of Holi festival, people of all ages gather as crowds and throw colored powder. The throwing of colors symbolizes the affection in honor of the Hindu god, Krishna and Radha's love.