Holi 2022: The celebration of colors is here. Holi, which celebrates the triumph of good over evil, is expected every year to be celebrated with friends, family and loved ones. This year, Holi will be celebrated on March 18. Every year, a day before Holi, Choti Holi is celebrated to worship the story of how Lord Vishnu rescued his devotee – Prahlad – from the clutches of demon king Hiranyakashipu and his sister Holika. Holi is celebrated with lots of colors, lights, happiness and togetherness.
Holi also comes with plenty of lip-smacking food and drink. Holi special thandaai and bhang are famous all over the world. This day also sees many returns from people stationed in other cities because of their work or their studies. It’s the day when people get together, play with colors and enjoy lots of food together.
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We have prepared a wish list that you can share with your friends, family and loved ones and share your good wishes with them on this auspicious day.
Happy Holi. May your life be forever filled with a range of colors and happiness.
This Holi, let your family be filled with success, joy, prosperity and never let evil come anywhere near.
Just as Prahlad defeated the demon king Hiranyakashipu and his sister Holika through his immense faith in Lord Vishnu, may your life also be filled with goodness.
You are the color of my life and the joy of my heart. Happy Holi!
Evil may prevail anywhere, but the ultimate victory will always be truth, faith, and prosperity. Keep your faith in the Lord. Happy Holi.
Burn the ego and with it all the negative energy in the fire of Holika Dahan. May this Holi be a fresh start for all the great things in your life.
With squirt guns, water balloons and lots of color, kick off Holi with celebration and joy.
Happy Holi to you and your family. May you celebrate this day with joy, laughter and conviviality.
This Holi, may evil leave your home and prosperity and joy enter. Happy Holi.
Over a glass of thandaai and a platter of lip-smacking food, may you celebrate Holi with much happiness.