HOLI TYPES :- Holika Combustion and Dhulivandan.
HOLIKA COMBUSTION :- The last month in Marathi is the Holi festival which will be coming to Phalgun and Phalgun Pournim. Holi leaves, thorns are burnt together. The purpose of this festival is to burn the misery, troubles, bad thoughts, nature of the mind and to remove themisunderstandings,misunderstandings and to unite them again. Many Holi festivals are also told. It is not only a festive occasion but also a symbol of victory of good, righteous and truth …… Every Indian festival originates from a legend or an epic. Holi is no different. In the seventh canto of the Bhagavad Purana or Srimad Bhagavatam, there is an ancient legend that links itself to the festivities of Holi. According to legend, Hiranyakaship was a wicked king. He considered himself a god, and each one demanded devotion to him. However, his own son Prahlad was worshiping Lord Vishnu. Hiranyakashyap made several attempts to assassinate the son, but was saved by the help of Lord Vishnu. Finally, he told his sister, Holika, who would not be hurt in the fire, he asked Prahlad to take her to the bed. Fortunately, Prahlad was saved by Lord Vishnu and Holika was destroyed and she was punished for her actions. Holi is also associated with the legend of Lord Krishna, who drank poisonous milk during childhood, which causes his blue skin. The colors were exchanged between Lord Krishna and the colorful pegs between his gopis. Another story related to Holi includes Lord Shiva, Cupid and Rati. According to Parvati Devi’s suggestion, when he was meditating in deep meditation, when he released the arrow of love on Lord Shiva, the god of love, Kamdev, was consumed. Saddened by the death of her husband, Kamdev’s wife Rati meditates forty days, which calmed Lord Shiva and brought him back to life. The return day of Cupid is celebrated on the fortieth day after Vasant Panchami, ie Holi.
DHULIVANDAN :- Holi is celebrated on the second day of Holika Combustion in the month of Falgun. This is a two-day celebration to celebrate the victory of good and good. Holi brings together family and friends. Despite being of Indian origin, the festival is popularly celebrated in South Asia, Europe and parts of North America. Dhulivandan celebrates the festival by forgetting the Russian Route balloons and dancing with each other, coloring each other with enthusiasm. Holi is celebrated in various parts of India.