Holi means color, sweets and lots of fun. It’s a happy time of the year when the whole world becomes colorful. Holi brings us closer to our friends, relatives, and loved ones. These Happy Holi 2020 messages will bring your loved one even closer to you. Enjoy this festival by sharing love and sweets with colors of affection filled in your heart.
Holi is a festival celebrated worldwide by Hindus. This is the second most important festival celebrated by Hindus after the festival Diwali. When the dates for Holi near people start going to their home town to celebrate the festival with their families.
Why do we celebrate Holi?
Holi is celebrated just the day after the first full or Poornima in early March every year. Holi celebrates is the coming of the spring season, fertility, good harvests, and the return of warmth a cold chilling winter. There are many stories regarding the origin of Holi.
The most famous involves the demon King Hiranyakashyap and his sister, Holika, and son, Prahlad. Other legends associated with the festival include the legend of Shiva and Kamadeva.
“May this Holi be more colorful, more joyous and the sweetest.”
“Red for Love, Green for Prosperity,
Orange for success and Pink for Happiness
May God Bless you and your family with these colors.”
“May the vivid color of Holi fill your Lives with Hues of Happiness and love.”
“Hope the canvas of your life gets painted with the most beautiful colors”
“May this Holi fills your Life with Lots of Colors and Good Health”
“Best Wishes to you for a Holi filled with all the colors of joy, hope, and Happiness”
FAQs related to the Holi festival.
Holi is a symbol of victory of good over the bad, victory of love over hate. It also signifies the start of harvest in India.
As per Hindu legends, it is believed to be associated with Lord Krishna. His Holi with her lover Radha is very cherished in Hindu Mythology. Different colors of Holi hold different meanings.
Red reflects love and fertility
Blue is the color of Krishna
Yellow is the color of turmeric
Green symbolizes spring and new beginnings.
The colors made with fruits and flowers are considered safe. These are called organic colors. In the recent colors are made using a chemical that sometimes can cause harm to the skin. Always make sure you use organic colors for Holi.
Holi is not that famous in South India. The reason behind this is because South India has a culture inherited from the Dravidians, which is different from that of Aryans.