Holi Hai…


Holi, the festival of colours arrived with lots of joy on everyone’s face. Let’s celebrate the festival of colours with lots of love and happiness. 😊😅

I wish you all a very happy and colourful holi. May this Holi brings enormous happiness and your life should be filled with various colours of joy, love, happiness and peace. 🙏🤗. Don’t forget to play Holi by spreading love and happiness in others life as well. Once again, wishing everyone a very happy and colourful holi. 🎉🎉

Ashish Kumar

37 thoughts on “Holi Hai…

    1. बहुत बहुत धन्यवाद सर। आपको और आपके परिवार को भी होली कि शुभकामनाएं। 🎉🙏🤗

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    1. Thanks a lot for your wishes… Holi celebration had been affected to some extent due to corona virus as there are around 50 cases of corona virus have been detected so far. And we all hope to get rid of this corona virus soon 😷.
      But overall Holi was celebrated across the country smoothly… Indians never forget to celebrate festivals but we do take precautions.. 😃🎉🤗

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      1. Numbers for seasonal flue:

        As of 12 February, the number of confirmed deaths from A/H1N1 pandemic influenza had risen to 1302. As of 24 February 1357 confirmed deaths from H1N1 have been reported in India, and 29,583 confirmed cases of H1N1 have been reported.

        And they are worried about 50 cases in India so far? Does that make sense?

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    1. Holi is a major festival celebrated in india. It is also known as festival of colours where people meet and play with various colours by pouring on everyone’s face. It’s difficult to recognise your face as it gets painted with various colours. It is the day of enjoyment and spreading happiness. People forget all the previous issues with others and come together to celebrate this festival. In simple words, it’s a colourful festival and all the indians play and enjoy this a lot… 👍😃

      Thank you so much for stopping by and showing your concern about Holi. I really appreciate… Welcome to my world of writing… Keep visiting 🙏🤗😊

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      1. I love this holiday!! I wish we had it!!! I just googled too, and watched a YouTube video about how you celebrate – that looks so amazing!!

        I like the history of things and I love learning things … when I googled it said…

        The festival signifies the victory of good over evil.

        And it also said…

        Holi is popularly known as the Indian “festival of spring”, the “festival of colours”, or the “festival of love”

        What a wonderful holiday!!! Is it celebrated the same days every year? It’s 2 days right?

        Everyone looks to enjoy and looks so happy!! I wish we had this!!! I love that you spread happiness and love ❤️ love the colors – I really wish we had this!!!

        Thank you for sharing and the info!!! I appreciate it – will definitely keep visiting ✌️

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        1. Yup.. You got correct information from Google… I’m also happy to share some of the information of Holi to you… It’s not celebrated on the same date every year but the dates of Holi is as per the Hindu calendar but generally the festival falls in the month of March and yes, it’s a two day festival…

          Thanks for taking your time to explore about Holi… And also for exploring my little writing world… 🤗👍🙏

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  1. Happi holi
    थोडा सा रंग प्यार का …..
    जो बन जाए लाल….
    खुशियो की बरसात हो…
    धर हरे रंग का साथ …
    पीला रंग हो शान्ति का….
    नीले रंग मे जीने की सौगात….
    मधुर मिलन का सारथी …
    गुझिया और पकवान….
    पापड़ जैसी कुरकुरी हो….
    अपनो का साथ…
    🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏
    Happy holi

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