The Holi Festival is celebrated in India to commemorate the destruction of evil by good. Holi celebrates in spring. It’s a time where people forget their differences, enjoy each other’s company.This is also called “festival of colors”.
10 sentences on Holi Festival
- Holi is a festival of Love and Colors.
- Holi also marks the end of winter and beginning of spring.
- The festival is celebrated on the full moon day of Phalguna (March-April) month every year.
- On Holi day people play with colors because it signifies victory over evil forces like hatred, anger, jealousy etc.
- We get to play with colors, throw colors on each other, eat sweets and celebrate the festival.
- e get to play with water balloons, throw water balloons on each other and splash each other with water.
- People go outside to play Holi with friends and family members in open places like fields or parks.
- In many parts of India, Holi is a two-day festival.
- The festival is also known as Dhulandi or Dhuleti in north India, Basant Panchami in West Bengal, Bihu in Assam and Vishu in Kerala.
- The most popular game is called “gulal” where two people try and toss coloured water on each other without getting hit themselves.
- Holi begins with burning the demoness Holika.
- Holi is celebrated by people all over India and some other countries like Nepal, Sri Lanka etc.
So, this is 10 points on Holi Festival in an easy-to-understand way.
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