Monday, 4 March 2019

Holi 2020 Date: When is Holi in 2020? Simple Details Of Holi 2020

Holi 2020 Date: When is Holi in 2020?

Holi 2020 Date in the calendar: Symbol of the victory of good over evil, Holi symbolizes the beginning of spring. The festival of colors will be celebrated on March 10 and March 11 this year.
Holi 2019 Date: When is Holi in 2019?
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Holi in 2020 India Calendar: Every year is celebrated by Hindus, on the day of full moon (full moon), in the month of Phalgun in two consecutive days - Holi is known as Holi on the first day of Holi or Holika combustion and the second color Holi In the form of smoke, dhulandi or dhilvandana This year the festival of colors will be celebrated on March 10 and March 11.

Holi Calender :

Holi Celebration Date 2020
Holi: 10th March 2020
Holika Dahan: 09th March 2020

Holi Celebration Date 2021

Holi: 29th March 2021
Holika Dahan: 28th March 2021

The symbol of the victory of good over evil, Holi symbolizes the beginning of spring and is also celebrated to express gratitude for a good crop.

Importance

On the eve of Holi, a big bonfire called Holika Dahan is lit. People gather around the fire known as small holi and pray 'Ping pooja' while praying for longevity and prosperity of their loved ones.

On the second day of the celebrations going on as the colorful, people play with colors. It is believed that Krishna used to celebrate the festival with colors in Vrindavan and Gokul.

In some places, people also make a human pyramid and break a pot filled with buttermilk hanged at a very high altitude.

History

One of the most popular legends is the story of Hiranyakaship, a monster king and wanted to be immortal. When he wanted everyone to worship him in the form of God, then his son Prahlad was a devotee of Vishnu and it used to humiliate him. Once he asked his sister, who had a divine shawl who could not catch fire, taking Prahalad in his lap and sitting on flames of flames. But Lord Vishnu, both influenced by Prahlad's devotion, killed both Hiranyakashipu and his sister.

Another mythological story of Holi celebration, which is extremely popular in southern India, is from Lord Shiva and Kamdev. It is believed that Kamdev, the god of passion, awakened Shiva with his deep meditation so that he could save the world.

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