Holi celebrations across the country, only colors are visible everywhere

 Delhi: 'Holi' was celebrated with great enthusiasm in the country and the world on Friday. Holi was celebrated with the color of social harmony and solidarity. According to Hindu scriptures, the festival of Holi falls on the full moon date of Falgun month. The story behind celebrating the festival of Holi is the story of Prahlad, a devotee of Lord Vishnu and his incarnation Lord Narasimha. Along with this, the full birth of Kamdev was also born on this day.

It is believed that Lord Krishna and Radha played Holi for the first time.

It is said that on this day Lord Krishna killed Putana. According to beliefs, worshiping Ganesh Amrita on the day of Holi is auspicious. Worshiping Lord Krishna and Radha on Holi is considered special. It is said that Lord Krishna and Radha played Holi for the first time.

President Ram Nath Kovind and PM Modi congratulated the countrymen by tweeting

On the other hand, President Ram Nath Kovind and PM Modi greeted the countrymen on the festival of colors, Holi. President Ram Nath Kovind tweeted, "Heartfelt greetings and best wishes to all the countrymen on the auspicious occasion of Holi. Holi, the festival of colours, is a living example of community harmony and reconciliation. It brings good news of the arrival of spring. I wish that this festival infuses joy, enthusiasm and new energy in the lives of all the countrymen.

On the other hand, PM Modi tweeted and said, "Wishing you all a very Happy Holi. May this festival of colors, symbolizing mutual love, affection and brotherhood, bring every color of happiness in your life.

eco friendly holi of flowers

On the occasion of Holi, the festival of colors in the capital Delhi, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh celebrated eco-friendly Holi of flowers along with natural colors Gulal and Abir. In this way, the work of saving the cultural heritage of the country was done through Holi Milan. The festival of colors Holi is the form of fragrance, light and colours, hence the festival of colours, Holi was celebrated in this manner, in which flowers along with colors were specially used. Holi is a festival to eradicate hatred and celebrated with love and brotherhood and harmony. Delhiites were seen celebrating Holi in such a unique way on the festival of Holi.

Vision of unity in diversity through colors

Holi is not only a festival of colours, but it is also an important festival to show the unity in diversity of the country, of the richness associated with the cultural heritage of the country. Yes, this time also the countrymen were seen in this color of unity in diversity. Holi Milan celebrations were held at various places across the country in which people were seen applying colors to each other and hugging and wishing Holi.

UP was seen drenched with colors

The procession that came out after the massive victory in the UP assembly elections not only showed a new zeal, but the happiness that came after the celebration of the victory was also seen taking off. Yogi Adityanath, who is preparing to take oath as the Chief Minister again on March 25, seems to have been seen sharing happiness on the occasion of Holi with the common citizens before the government part two on this Holi. Riding on a chariot, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath was walking ahead of the procession, playing with color, abir and gulal. The procession began with Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath led by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath after playing Holi with Holika's ashes at the Gorakhnath temple. This procession took out from Ghantaghar of Gorakhpur to Lord Narsingh's.

Photos of communal harmony seen during Holi in Ayodhya

Pictures of communal harmony were seen in Ayodhya on the auspicious occasion of Holi. Here the representatives of Hindu-Muslim sect together played Holi with flowers and Abir. Meanwhile, during the celebration, the representatives of both the sects hugged each other and exchanged congratulatory messages and together chanted happy words of "Holi Hai" and "Jogira Sa Ra Ra Ra".

Kashi is colored everywhere on Holi

On the other hand, the celebration of Holi, the festival of colors, was seen everywhere on Friday in the city of Kashi Puradhipati Baba Vishwanath and in the parliamentary constituency of PM Modi. Village Jawar, city neighborhoods, houses as well as people on the ghats on the banks of the Ganges are seen completely drenched with the color Abir Gulal. Traditional film Holi songs… Khele Raghuveera Awadh Mein, Rang Barse Bhege Chunar Wali, Saat Rang Mein Khel Hai Dilwalon Ki Toli Re… But people were seen trembling amidst all the fun, fanfare, pingalbaazi. Elaborate security arrangements were made in the city on the occasion of Holi festival. From the morning on the festival, the group of children and youth was in the wave of fun. then as the sun

As the rays went up, the youth and the children went out to shower colors on each other with a pitchfork. People everywhere applied color and gulal to each other and greeted them with a hug. The face and body of the people were so drenched in colors that it was difficult to recognize them. A group of youths played Holi at Godauliya, Lahurabeer, Sonarpura, Lanka, Sigra, Rath Yatra crossroads of the city. During this, youth danced on Holi songs on the tunes of DJs from place to place. Foreign citizens also swayed to the beat of drums and drums along with the local youth, immersed in the joy of Holi at the Ganga Ghats. Women also played Holi fiercely in their groups in homes and in the Pash colonies on the festival. Then congratulated each other on the festival.

Regular tradition of visitors to play Holi in many temples of the country

The regular tradition of devotees playing Holi was followed in many temples of the country. Meanwhile, the devotees reached the temples to play Holi along with the darshan of God. The special color of Holi was seen in the temples of Mathura, Vrindavan, Kashi and Ujjain. A group of regular visitors of Kashi Vishwanath temple decided to play Holi with Baba. Followed the tradition. The group of devotees of Baba left for the temple from Chittaranjan Park in Dashashwamedh. After Kashi Vishwanath, a group of devotees went to the Annapurna temple and sang Holi by blowing gulal in the mother's court. After taking a bath in the afternoon, people tasted the dish with the family, put on new clothes, then took Abir Gulal and reached the house of friends and neighbors. Then played Holi of Abir Gulal till late evening. Holi Milan celebrations were also organized at many places in the city. At the same time, about two years after the ban related to Corona ended, this time devotees played Holi fiercely in the temple of Lord Mahakal in Ujjain. At four o'clock on Friday, the pandey-priests started playing Holi by applying abir-gulal to God in Bhasmarti. After this, devotees played Holi fiercely with Lord Mahakal. In the courtyard of Mahakal, there was a lot of hue and cry and the whole temple resonated with cheers.

Dahi Handi, Matka phod Holi were also played

After playing colors at many places in the country, people were seen going from house to house and wishing each other the best of the festival. Meanwhile, Dahi Handi, Matka phod Holi were also played at some places. Girls and women were also seen enjoying Holiana Hullad riding on two wheelers.

Entertaining games played in the festival of colors in apartments of different cities

In apartments of different cities of the country, groups of women, children and men celebrated Rangotsav together. Entertaining games were also organized in many societies during the Rangotsav. Children and women specially participated in these games.

People were seen enjoying special dishes like Gujiya, Dahi-Vada

On the occasion of Holi, special dishes were also prepared in homes, in which people were seen enjoying Gujiya and Dahi-Vada in their homes. These special dishes are prepared a day before playing colors on Holi festival.

Foreign tourists also played Holi in Rajasthan

At the same time, foreign tourists were also seen bathing in the colors of Holi in Pushkar, Rajasthan. Here tourists from all over the country and abroad celebrated Holi with great enthusiasm along with the local people. At the same time, tourists played Holi fiercely in Kashi.

Border guard BSF jawans also played Holi

Border guard BSF personnel also played Holi in Jaisalmer. Meanwhile, BSF jawans were seen singing collective songs along with applause and dancing to the tunes of songs. 

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