Write 10 Lines on Holi Festival

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 for kids (set #1)

  1. Holi is a colorful festival celebrated in India and Nepal.
  2. It is also known as the festival of colors and love.
  3. The festival takes place in the month of March, on the day after the full moon.
  4. It marks the arrival of spring, and the triumph of good over evil.
  5. People play Holi by throwing colored powder and water at each other.
  6. Children use water guns and balloons filled with colored water to play.
  7. Friends and families gather together to celebrate and share sweets and snacks.
  8. People also sing and dance to traditional Holi songs during the festivities.
  9. Holi is a time to forgive and forget, and to strengthen bonds with loved ones.
  10. The vibrant colors of Holi bring joy and happiness to everyone’s lives.

10 lines on Holi Festival (set #2)

  1. Holi is a festival of Love and Colors.
  2. Holi also marks the end of winter and beginning of spring.
  3. The festival is celebrated on the full moon day of Phalguna (March-April) month every year.
  4. On Holi day people play with colors because it signifies victory over evil forces like hatred, anger, jealousy etc.
  5. We get to play with colors, throw colors on each other, eat sweets and celebrate the festival.
  6. e get to play with water balloons, throw water balloons on each other and splash each other with water.
  7. People go outside to play Holi with friends and family members in open places like fields or parks.
  8. In many parts of India, Holi is a two-day festival.
  9. The festival is also known as Dhulandi or Dhuleti in north India, Basant Panchami in West Bengal, Bihu in Assam and Vishu in Kerala.
  10. The most popular game is called “gulal” where two people try and toss coloured water on each other without getting hit themselves.
  11. Holi begins with burning the demoness Holika.
  12. 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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