Holi 2020

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Holi 2020



holi 2020


What is Holi


Holi is a famous Hindu festival celebrated every year in the month of March. This festival is celebrated with great joy and pomp in the month of March. According to the Hindi months, it is celebrated on the last full moon day of the year, and the new full moon begins on the new year. Holi is a festival of colors which is celebrated with great pomp by people of all classes of high, low and low caste.This festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm and pomp among all people. This is the message of the festival of Holi. 

According to the Hindi months, this festival is celebrated at the end of the year, so this festival is celebrated as burning in the fire carrying all the old stuff, and playing with colors as jashan is the message of this festival. On the day of Holi, people of all classes and castes unite and celebrate 
the festival of Holi with great joy in their own way.


Significance of holi



Everyone puts colors on top of each other. Holi is played in different ways at different places. Holi has many names like Lathmar Holi, Mud Holi, Rango Holi, Holi of flowers etc. There is some historical reason behind all these names of Holi. Due to which its name has got different name. Our society which is divided among the upper and lower classes, the poor and the rich etc. The festival of Holi gives a message to all of us to renounce the feeling of high and low and teach everyone the lesson of living together. The festival of Holi gives the message of living together to all except the barriers of caste, gender, gender etc.


Happy Holi 2020 


Significance of holi




Just as there are many types of colors in the festival of Holi, similarly our colors are also associated with our emotions. Just like when we envy or get angry with someone, our body turns red, in the same way, when we love someone, we look absolutely golden. The way all these colors relate to Holi, they all relate to our worldly life as well. This festival of Holi gives us the message that we too should live green and colorful like these colors and not live a dull and boring life. We should always be happy in our life, we should live our life with new zeal. This is the purpose of this festival of Holi, because when we have different colors, they look golden and when they If made together, we should distinguish them not visible and appear absolutely black. 



So we should always keep our life colorful and full of happiness. On the festival of Holi we should learn how to fill our life with happiness. As a boring and an atheist, we have to spend all our lives, so we should take an oath to live our life with happiness and appreciation, and aim to do something different in life that we have to fulfill.





Significance of burning Holika


holika dahan


Holika Dahan which is done a day before Dhulendi (Holi of Rango). This particular tradition has a legend associated with it. Holika Dahan is related to the story of Prahlada narrated in mythology from where the festival of Holi originated. In ancient times there was a devotee of God named Prahlada who was very devoted to God. His father who did not believe in God. He was an atheist and his son Prahlada who was devoted to his reverence and feeling for God. Prahlada's father, who was very arrogant and Kurra king. While Prahlada who was a boy full of reverence and love. Prahlada's father did not like devotion to God. He considered himself a god and therefore wanted to teach his son a lesson. So he forbade his son many times to do devotion to God but Prahlad did not listen to him and his father planned to kill Prahlada. He made many plans to kill Prahlada but each time he failed. . So he was very angry and crossed all limits to kill Prahlada. Prahlada's father (Hiranyakashyap) who had a sister named Holika. She was blessed by God that she would not burn in fire. So Holika told her brother Hiranyakashyap about this and said that I will sit in the fire with Prahlada on my lap and Prahlada will burn but I will survive.

Why Burning Holika


Burning of holika


When Holika sat in the fire with Prahlad in her lap, Holi was burnt but Prahlada survived due to the reverence of God and Holi is burnt from the same day. This is the victory of devotional devotion and love over ego and hypocrisy, which we have been celebrating till date.

Holika Dahan teaches us that no matter how powerful a person is. If he is walking on the path of wrongdoing, then one day he must be destroyed. No matter how much strength and intelligence he has, he will have to bow before religion.

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