Holi Ni Rajao Babat No Paripatra Chhotaudepur

Primarily celebrated in India, in recent years the event has become more open to people of all faiths with millions all around the world celebrating the festival.

The festival signifies the victory of good over evil, the arrival of spring and the end of winter.

Also referred to as the Festival of Colour, Holi is also used to celebrate love, fertility and colour - which is why it is mostly known for the throwing of coloured powder, called gulal.
When is Holi 2018?

The Holi festival usually falls during a full moon between the end of February and the middle of March.

Holi is a joyous celebration os spring where people gather in the streets to throw colourful powder at each other in a vibrant display of love and affection.

Although Holi is a Hindu religious festival, the event is now celebrated around the world each year.
What is Holi festival?

Holi is an ancient Hindu festival that takes places over the course of two days.

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