The Hindu spring festival is celebrated across North India on the day of the full moon of Valguna ( Holi 2023).
Why is Holi celebrated for?
Holi is one of the most vibrant and exciting festivals celebrated in India. It marks the arrival of spring and is seen as a new beginning, where people release all their inhibitions and start fresh. Holi is celebrated with much enthusiasm by people of all ages, who come together to enjoy this festival of colors.
People smear each other with bright colors, exchange gifts, sing and dance to traditional music, and share sweet treats. Holi also signifies the victory of good over evil and celebrates brotherhood among all people.
What Is the Story of Holi Festival?
Holi is an ancient Hindu festival celebrated to commemorate the eternal and divine love of God Radha Krishna. It is a day that celebrates the triumph of good over evil, symbolizing the victory of Lord Krishna over his demon uncle Kansa.
Holi is celebrated with great enthusiasm and joy all over India. As people come together to celebrate this special occasion with colors, sweets, music and dance. The festival also serves as a reminder of our spiritual roots, reminding us to always strive for truth and justice in our lives.
When is Holi 2023 Festival?
Holi 2023 is celebrated on the last full moon day of the lunar month (Phalguna), which is generally at the end of March. The exact date of Holi may vary from year to year.