Holi Puja Procedure | What to do on Holi Festival

Holi, the festival of colours, is celebrated with joy and enthusiasm throughout India. In some places, some special pujas are performed during Holi festival. Devotees light the lamps in the night and worship Holika at anytime between afternoon and evening. There is not fault if you perform Holika Puja after taking meals. Before Holi puja, […]

Holi 2019 | Holi Festival 2019 date

Holi festival, also known as Holika, is the colourful Hindu festival celebrated on Falgun Purnima, the Full Moon day in Falgun Month. In 2019, Holi date is March 20|21. As Phalgun Purnima in 2019 starts on March 20 and ends on March 21, date of Holi festival may vary. Phalgun Purnima or Holi festival is celebrated […]

Holi 2017 | Holi Festival 2017 dates

Holi, the festival of colours is celebrated with utmost gaiety and fervor in India. In 2017, Holi festival date is March 12 & 13. March 12, 2017 – Holika Dahan, Holi Purnima March 13, 2017 – Dhulendi, Vasantotsav, Dhulivandhan Holi is celebrated for seven to ten days in many holy places in North India. Holi […]

Dhulandi Holi 2017, Dhulendi Holi

Dhulendi Holi, also known as Dhulandi Holi or Dhuleti Holi, is the festival of colours and joy celebrated with pomp and gaiety in Haryana during Falgun Purnima. In 2017, Dhulandi Holi date is March 13. In Haryana, the festival marks the family function celebrated especially between bhabhi (brothers wife) and devar (husbands younger brother). On […]

Holi 2018 Celebrations in Mathura, Vrindavan Temple

Holi, the festival of colours, is the largest festival celebrated during Phalgun month or Falgun mahina in Mathura Vrindavan. This festival celebration lasts for 40 days. Holi 2018 date is March 1. Holi festivities start on Basant Panchami (24 January 2018) which marks the onset of Vasant rithu (Spring season). Lathmar Holi 2018 date in […]

Holi Festival: 27 March 2013

Today, 27 March 2013 is Holi Festival, the festival of colours and joy. It is also celebrated as Lakshmi Jayanti, Madana Purnima, Dola Purnima, etc in various places of India. Holi festival marks the end of Holashtak, an avoidable period of 8 days prior to Holi. Holi festival is mentioned in many ancient Hindu Scriptures […]