Awesome Ways in Which You Can Organize a Rocking Holi Party In 2018

Holi – the festival of colors, is one of the most celebrated and boisterous festivals of India. The flying colors, those mouth-watering foods, the cry for celebration, all this make Holi an exciting festival to experience. This is one festival, which is not and will never be restricted to any caste, creed or religion. Everyone…

How to Celebrate Holi In 2018

Celebrations for Holi 2018 like any other year will be filled with colors, stuffed with sweets and loads of fun and entertainment. Holi 2018 falls on 1st of March of the Hindu calendar of Phalgun Purnima. In many places like Uttar Pradesh Holi celebrations will continue for 2 days and even more. The dates for…

The Festival of Holi In India 2018

Holi, Phagwa or Basant Utsav is an annual festival that welcomes spring. It is celebrated on the day after the full moon in the Hindu month of Phalguna (end February or early March). Holi is particularly celebrated in North India. The association of Holi with religion is absent now since there are no longer any…

Holi Celebrations: Yellow Sarees for Basant Utsav

Holi makes the entire nation indulge in boundless merriment by playing with vibrant color powders or colored water along with their loved ones. Holi celebrations in Northern part of India are quite boisterous and vivacious. On the contrary, South India witnesses rather sober and restrained Holi celebrations. However, in the entire nation West Bengal celebrates…

Holi Festival 2018 – A Day to Express Affection With Colors

Holi is a fun-filled and boisterous festival which is celebrated on the full moon day of Phalgun month of Hindu calendar. The celebration begins with lightening of bonfire on Holi eve. At the very next day, hoards of people come out of their houses, and smear each other with bright colored ‘gulal’. They pour colorful…