Holi Festival is a festival celebrated to enjoy the victory of gods over evils according to Hindus. Holi Festival in India is celebrated for almost two days, the first night is called as Choti Holi or Holika Dahan which is followed by the very next day which is called Rangwali Holi. It mostly starts in the spring season or more precisely we can say that it starts the spring season with lots of colours and ends it with the chilling winters.It is an ancient festival which now became popular even outside India.

With the Cheers and happiness of people, the colours add a flavour to the enjoyment and bring up a feeling of unity and togetherness. It is the most vibrant and unique festival of India that is played with pure colours of flowers and natural things like turmeric and sandalwood but nowadays they are replaced with synthetic colours or artificial colours.

Still, everyone plays it with enthusiasm and joy. Many events and concerts are held to make Holi more enjoyable. Holi is also a time when people from far or away from their Home travel to their hometowns to celebrate with their loved ones. Holi is considered to be a festival of colours where every sort of colours is used.

 

Top 10 Reasons Holi is Celebrated

# Enjoying with your loved ones

Children Enjoying With Various Colors And Celebrating the True Meaning of Holi.

Enjoying your loved ones

 

# A feeling of togetherness

Youths all over India Celebrating the Festival of Colors in the grandest way possible.

A feeling of togetherness

Holi is all about how colourful you get at the end of the day, This picture says it all.

# Madness At Its Peak

Students smear colour powder on each other during a Holi Event in Kolkata.

Madness At Its Peak

 

# Holi Music in Delhi

The best places to celebrate Holi in India completely depends on what kind of experience you want to have more precisely how you want to enjoy to the fullest. You’ll find activities taking place in several parts of India, that range from Traditional temple rituals to modern parties with Dj’s, bhang, and plenty of colours.

Holi Music in Delhi

# Jaipur: Holi and Elephants

If you want to celebrate Holi in a traditional manner than Jaipur is the best place for you. Enjoy to the fullest when it comes to an ethnic type of Holi.

Jaipur Holi and Elephants

 

# Goa: Fun And Frolly

Goa has Always been the Hub of India with One of its major parties Streaming in with a Crazy crowd that gather mostly in the time of Holi.

Goa Fun And Frolly

# Paintball Fight

Another thrilling game that is played in Holi is paintball fight. Get involved with your favourite people and play alongside other groups.

Paintball Fight

# Rain Dance

Another favourite reason why we celebrate Holi is Rain Dance, which is mostly found in big parties and celebrated thoroughly by the youths.

Rain Dance

# Dandiya Dance

The crowd comes alive and there is a Huge gathering on the Street to celebrate the colourful festival. Especially Dandiya is one of the most customary dances that is mainly enjoyed in Holi dance that involves a huge number of people dancing in sync with two elbow length sticks, performing in a circle.

Dandiya Dance

 

# Yummy Gujiyas and Thandai

The Yummy Gujiyas and the Thandai Bhang majorly celebrated in the metropolitan cities.

Yummy Gujiyas and Thandai

 

Holi is one such day when colouring your hand in pink, green orange and red colours feel really great and perfect. For those who are complete die-hard fans of this festival of colours, continuously play on for the whole day till one such time where they cannot even recognise themselves. Colours aside, food is an important part of the festivities as well, with most of the people indulging in mouth-watering delicacies such as Gujiyas and malpuas on this day.Holi has been so far the best and the craziest festival so far in 2018.