Festival of colours; Holi as we Indians call it, is a Vibrant festival that is enjoyed across the country. Holi brings all of us close to our religion and our mythology as it is essentially the celebration of various legends associated with the festival. From the legend of Prahlad and Hiranyakshyap to the legend of Lord Shiva and Kamadeva; Holi has its significance across many legendary stories foretold by our ancestors.
Let’s just drop all the religious beliefs of Holi and look at the other aspects, because it’s one of the few festivals that bridges the gap between racial and religious discrimination, bringing people together even though the festival is deeply ingrained in the Hindu religion.
Holi is more than religion and mythology, it’s a festival that makes people happy and lets them have fun. In the recent years, Holi has been rated one of the happiest festivals in the world with a huge number of foreign countries embracing the festival of colours.
Another fun element of Holi is of course the “Bhang”. Bhang adds on to the fun of Holi, making people enjoy the colours in a different dimension while everything soothes down.
If you are wondering what to do for Holi? Here is the list of Holi events which will provide you with absolute madness and of course Free organic colours and Bhang!!! ;)
So now you know, make sure you don't miss out on these extravaganzas to make it a memorable weekend.