Holi, a festival of colors celebrated across the country


New Delhi (Loksatya). Holi, a festival of colors, was celebrated peacefully on Monday with religious customs and full fervor. Children, women and elderly were also seen celebrating on the occasion of this festival and congratulating each other by applying Abir-Gulal. The kids were especially excited with all kinds of colors and they were seen raining colors and Abir-Gulal on every visible person. On this occasion, people made their own Gujhiya and other sweets sweet.

Songs sung on the occasion of Holi were also very popular on this occasion. The colorful people were seen dancing and singing and wandering in the street, wearing Abir and Gulal, greeting each other and embracing Holi. During the Holika Dahan last night, people, especially women, were seen performing Holika worship and other rituals along with religious rituals.

President Ram Nath Kovind, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu have greeted the countrymen on the occasion of Heli and wished everyone happiness and prosperity. President Ram Nath Kovind congratulated the countrymen on the occasion of Holi on Monday.

Kovind said, "Good luck to all the countrymen on the auspicious occasion of Holi. Holi, a festival of colors, is a festival of social harmony and brings joy, enthusiasm and hope in people's lives. I wish that this festival of zeal and gaiety gives more strength to the national consciousness rooted in our cultural diversity. ”

Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu has greeted the countrymen on the occasion of Holi, the festival of colors. Naidu said in a message that hearty greetings of Holi to all the countrymen. This festive festival of colors brings harmony, warmth, peace, health, education and prosperity to you and your loved ones. In another tweet, Naidu urged that in view of the increasing infection, the government should take all necessary precautions and be safe.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday greeted the countrymen on the occasion of Holi symbolizing the victory of good over evil. Modi said, "A very happy Holi to all of you. This festival of joy, joy, joy and joy should infuse new vigor and new energy into everyone's life. ”

In Uttar Pradesh, the festival of Holi was celebrated with full fervor. People from all over the state, including Mathura, Varanasi, Gorakhpur, Ayodhya, Lucknow and Kanpur, were seen in the color of Holi from early morning. During this, color was played fiercely and it was rained by Abir-Gulal. Later, people from Gujhiya greeted their loved ones and greeted Holi.

Abir-Gulal blew up the streets and temples of Mathura-Vrindavan. A crowd of devotees thronged the Bankebihari temple and flared Tesu flowers and gulal. During this time, there was an influx of Krishna devotion in different temples. The streets of Varanasi were rained on the streets and squares, which changed the color of the roads for some time. In the city of Lord Bhole, Kashi too, there is a sprinkling of colors in the streets along with the hudang, and the color of Gulal has become more vibrant. During this period, the period of frost was fierce.


Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, however, did not participate in the procession of Lord Narsingh in Gorakhpur. Holi was celebrated in the Gorakhnath temple by blowing the ashes of Holika Dahan and applying tilak as per tradition. After paying obeisance to Guru Gorakshnath, the head priest Kamal Nath performed the tilak of Gorakshpeethadheeshwar Yogi Adityanath. Earlier, Shri Yogi visited the statue of Guru Gorakshnath and his Guru Mahant Avedyanath.

He appealed to celebrate Holi by following the Kovid-19 protocol and said that the festival of Holi inspires us to fight negative tendencies like iniquity, untruth and injustice. There have been reports of celebrating Holi in a peaceful manner from all the districts of the state.

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan wished the people of the state the best of happiness, prosperity and prosperity. Chauhan said, "May this festival of colors fill your life with new colors of joy, enthusiasm, joy." May there be a new growth of happiness, prosperity, happiness, wish you to be happy every moment. Also, the request that you celebrate this festival of Holi with family at your home and contribute to prevent the infection of Kovid-19. ”

Holi-Dhuleti, a festival of colors in Gujarat, was celebrated with traditional fervor on Monday. Ravindrabhai, the administrator of Ranchhod temple in Dakor, central Gujarat, said that the corona infection did not increase on Faguni Purnima, so the temple was closed for three days from March 27 to 29 for devotees. In the closed temple, the full moon and Dhuleti of Holi were celebrated on the same day on Sunday. The Dhuleti festival was celebrated with simplicity by enthroning the god on the toe of Asopalav.

He told that every year on the last day of the five-day Faguni fair, devotees flocked to the temple for darshan by doing lakhs of padyatras on Dhuleti. The pilgrims used to make arrangements for food, snacks and soft drinking water on the way for the pedestrians. The sequence of darshans continued till late night, but due to the corona epidemic, the temple has been closed for three days for devotees on this occasion.


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Holi, a festival of colors celebrated across the country
Holi, a festival of colors celebrated across the country
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