According to the Gregorian calendar, Holi is celebrated on the Full Moon (Phalguna Purnima) at the end of February or the beginning of March. Like Diwali, this colourful festival celebrates goods amazing triumph over bad.

On Holi Eve the lighting of the bonfire is a major part of the start of Holi and the celebrations really do being with a bang. Holi is one religious festival that has become very popular with people from other communities.

India and Nepal are the two countries where Holi is primarily observed.

Holi is an amazing festival that you have to experience.

Date – end of February or the beginning of March







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