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Holi 2018: President and Prime Minister shared their Holi wishes

Holi 2018: President and Prime Minister shared their Holi wishes

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Today is Holi, the festival of colours. From the morning, children from their homes throw colors and water on each other. The joy and excitement of the children are visible everywhere on this day.  In balconies and street people are giving each other a message of Happy Holi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has greeted the people with best wishes of Holi. He wrote in his tweets, many good wishes to all the people for the festival of Holi. See the Tweet here: https://twitter.com/narendramodi/status/969386406303875073 President Ramnath Kovind and Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan congratulated the countrymen on Holi. They desired for friendship and harmony in the country. In his message, the President said, "On the auspicious occasion of Holi, my greetings to all the citizens." He sa
Holi 2018: From Shiva-Parvati to Radha-Krishna, Read all stories related to Holi

Holi 2018: From Shiva-Parvati to Radha-Krishna, Read all stories related to Holi

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Today is Chhoti Holi 2018. On this day  Holika Dahan is done and the next day Holi is played with colors. Holi is one of the main festival of India, which is also called the festival of Colours. According to the Hindu calendar, it is celebrated on the full moon day in Phalgun month. Like other festivals in the country, Holi is also considered a symbol of victory of good over evil. The sound of the drum and the loud speakers of the house are accompanied by sharp music playing with the joy of throwing water and putting colour on each other. Many ancient mythology is associated with Holi and every tale is special in itself. Image: NDTV Holi is mention in the Mughal period. It is believed that Holi is played from ancient times. This festival was initially known as Holakka. On this
Holi 2018: When color was painted on Pakistan too

Holi 2018: When color was painted on Pakistan too

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Have you ever wondered how Prime Minister Narendra Modi, would look like playing Holi 2018? Or will the country like Pakistan celebrate Holi or not? Such a fantasy has hardly ever come to your mind. Holi is the only festival that forces the world to forget about all the hurdles and enjoy the day. Image:cnnibn.com Holi 2018 coming soon- Holi is in the coming weel, just a few days left, so today we have brought some interesting pictures for you, which will double the celebration of Holi this year. Image: Gazabpost.com In this picture, the person who is seen is none other than Prime Minister Narendra Modi. This picture is taken when Atal Bihari Vajpayee was the Prime Minister of the country. This picture was taken on the occasion of Holi festival. This is one of the
Holi Week Special: A village where people do not celebrate Holi

Holi Week Special: A village where people do not celebrate Holi

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As soon as the name of Holi festival is said, the idea of colour and gulal comes in the mind. But there is a village in Korba district where the villagers have not celebrated the festival for the last several decades. Image: Onthegotours.com Let's know the reason behind Holi. The colourful festival of Holi is world famous and everyone has heard about this festival of colour. But it is true that residents of Kharhari village have not played the festival for the past several decades. Let us tell you why the festivities of mutual brotherhood and social harmony is not played in this village. According to the villagers, 151 years ago when their ancestors were carrying out the ritual of 'Holika Dahan', their houses were also started burning, The villagers believed that this is du
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