Holi is a Hindu festival which is being celebrate every year in beginning of Spring and will be celebrated next Monday (March 13). It is typically celebrated in March but sometimes as early as February. It is mainly observed in both India and Nepal or other countries where there is a significant Hindu population.
Holi the festival of colors indicates the triumph of Good over Evil. It additionally denote the appearance of spring and people praise it happily with a sprinkle of colors. It is the most rowdy of every single Hindu celebration, watched all over India, particularly the North. It proclaims the finish of winter and the start of spring. The night prior to the full moon, hordes of individuals assemble and light enormous campfires to blaze the lingering dried leaves and twigs of the winter. People throw shaded water with pichkaari (a conventional gadget to splash hued water from a separation keeping oneself safe), gubbare (inflatables loaded with water to toss on others from a separation) and gulal (hued powder) at each other and make happy. Singing and moving add to the mirth of the event.
India is called as a land of diversity, Holi is celebrated differently in the different areas of India. In Mathura, the birthplace of Lord Krishna, the festivals reach a hot pitch as the entire town is embellished and every temple organizes different celebration ceremonies before a week from Holi.
We, Brainguru wishes everyone a very Happy Holi. This year we are also planning to celebrate Holi- the festival of color with all our colleagues and business partners.