When love is in the air, you know that it is time to celebrate Holi. The festival does not recognize any race, class or creed. Dry in the colors, everyone resembles each other and loses its roots. This is the beauty of this festival. Its exclusivity lies in the fact that this festival treats everyone equally, all the distances dissolve in that colorful water which flows in very large quantities.
During Holi a call is made to end any difficult feelings, which can be worn during the year. People paint and greet each other with Holi greeting, tradition is called ‘Holi Milan’. It is strongly believed that the enemies also become friends on Holi.
Generally, after a heavy and energetic day of colorful Holi people wear new clothes and meet friends and relatives with sweets packets. This exchange of sweets helps in strengthening relationships and happiness. Plates or plates are kept in homes with tilak and sweets. People wear tilaks, sweets and embrace each other because they meet traditional Holi and give good luck to the festival.
Festival is a time when people want to live in harmony with people living close to their heart. In such a situation, greetings are done in remote and distant places with the help of card and this is done through telephone. But hello, they need them.
Special offers are invited to new bride for the occasion of Holi celebration. It helps in bringing warmth into relationships and gives the new bride a comfortable and happy opportunity to mix and meet new people in her in-laws’ house. The newly-married daughter’s family is also invited and special Holi food is prepared for them.
‘Holi Greeting Meets’ or ‘Holi Milan Samarooh’ are organized by many clubs and social organizations. It helps the society to associate with each other and enjoy the festival, usually in such Gateshare, songs, dance, competitions, and banquets are organized. These visits have received such popularity that they usually go after the Holi. After all, who likes to get out of Holi’s spirit !!
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