Choti Holi is celebrated a night prior with rituals performing Holika Dahan (burning of Holika) celebrating victory over evil. The mythology calls it victory of Prahlada (devotee of Lord Vishnu) over Hiranyakashipu (who wanted to be worshiped as God). The fire is considered as sacred which burns away all the negative energies and evils.
The next morning people spray colors and have fun with color and water. Special dishes are cooked , people dance with music and have fun. It’s such a delight to see people from all walks of life coming together. Holi a festival of colors, symolises friendship and peace. The colors sprayed are considered to be healthy . Holi fosters truthfulness, community feeling, peace and harmony. Holi is a great culture which unites people. We are proud as Indian in having such a colorful festival.
The festival of Holi is one of the favorite festivals amongst children as they love to play with colors , water guns and water balloons.
The spirit of fun and joy should not get spoil with injuries. Safe Holi becomes important especially with children.
Organic and natural color : Avoid raw colors and colors with chemicals. . Avoid metallic color Try to use diluted color in water.
Watch your eye: Protect your eyes from infection or injury. Wear glasses if required.
Allergy skin: If you allergic skin be careful, apply oil or cream before playing with colors.
Clean Water: Play with clean water and do not over indulge with water to be safe from catching cold.
Wash yourself: After playing with colors have a good bath using shampoo, conditioner, lotion as applicable to wash over excessive color on skin and face.
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