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Activity Discussion Essay Write an essay on Holi celebration

  • Mahima

    June 9, 2021 at 6:01 pm
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    Holi is known as the color festival. It is one of India’s most important celebrations. Holi is a Hindu festival that is celebrated with zest and passion every year in March. Those who participate in this event look forward to it every year, anticipating the opportunity to experiment with colors and eat tasty food.

    Holi is a festival of color that is meant to be shared with friends and family. People forget about their problems and enjoy this celebration of togetherness. To put it another way, we forget about our differences and get into the festival atmosphere.

    According to Hindu mythology, there was once a demonic king named Hiranyakashyap. Prahlad was his son, while Holika was his sister. The demon king is said to have received Lord Brahma’s blessings. No man, beast, or weapon could kill him because of this blessing. For him, this blessing turned into a burden when he got arrogant. He ordered his country to worship him rather than God, and he spared no one, including his son. But his son, Prahlad, did not worship him. Prahlad, a devout devotee in Lord Vishnu, refused to worship his father instead of God. The demon king plotted with his sister to assassinate Prahlad after witnessing his disobedience. He forced her to sit in front of the fire with his kid on her lap, where Holika was burnt while Prahlad escaped unscathed. As a result of his dedication, he was protected by his Lord. As a result, people began to celebrate Holi as the triumph of virtue over evil.

    People in North India, in particular, celebrate Holi with zeal and zeal. People perform a rite called ‘Holika Dahan’ one day before Holi. People build stacks of wood in public spaces to burn during this rite. It represents the annihilation of evil forces, as told in the narrative of Holika and King Hiranyakashyap. They often congregate around the Holika to ask for favors and to express their love to God.

    The next day in India is likely to be the most colorful. People rise early in the morning to do pooja for God. Then they dress in white and experiment with colors. They splatter each other with water. Children splatter watercolors with water cannons as they run about.

    People bathe and dress up properly in the evening to visit their friends and relatives. They dance all day and consume a unique drink known as the ‘bhaang.’ People of all ages are enthralled with the hole’s distinctive delicacy, gujiya.

    Holi, in a nutshell, promotes love and fraternity. It promotes peace and happiness throughout the country. . This vibrant celebration brings people together and clears the air of negativity.

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