Matchless Advance Happy Holi Wishes and Greetings for your Special Ones
Holi is also known as festival of colors. It is one of the major festivals in India. It is celebrated on full moon day in the month of ‘Phalgun’ which is March. The festival announces the passing of winter. Holi is festival of Hindus but it is becoming quite popular in non-Hindu communities as well. Now the festival is gaining popularity in other parts of world also. This is vibrant festival filled with colors. The festival celebrates the victory of good over bad. People forget old rivalries and hug each other on this festival. Holi is celebrated with great zeal and excitement throughout the country. Children particularly enjoy the festival as they love playing with water and colors. People rub colors on each other’s faces and hug each other with love. Holi is also a festival of sharing love. People start wishing their loved ones with advance happy Holi wishes and greetings. Holi is favourite festival of most of the people because no other festival gives so much liberty.
A night before Holi people lit bonfire , gather around bonfire and sing & dance. They celebrate the victory of good over bad. The next day people play with colors. Holi is played with great excitement and zeal. People smear color on their loved ones and hug them. Some people spray water colors on each other with water guns. Drawing Rangoli with colors is also a part of the festival. People forgive each other and become friends again. Holi is an occasion to rebuild the broken relationships. Kids and youngsters are always eager to celebrate this festival. They form groups and play with colors. They use dried colors, colored water and water colors to enjoy the festival. People greet each other with happy Holi wishes.
The day is reserved for non stop fun and enjoyment. People enjoy this festival more than any other festival. Some people have fun by throwing colors and get people completely colored up while some enjoy playing ‘Tilak Holi’. Some people play with drums and dholak. The festival is celebrated for more than 7 days in the Braj region in Mathura. The festival of Holi is not complete without tasty food and drinks. Special foods are prepared during the festival of Holi. Some of the special foods include Gujjiyas, Malpuas, Kheer, golgappe, kachoris etc. Thandai is important drink of the festival. The color holi is usually played during morning. After playing with colors people take bath, clean up, wear clean clothes and visit their friends and family with sweets and gifts.
The festival has its own significance and History. It marks the victory of good over bad. According to a legend, there was a king named Hiranyakashyapu. He was king of Multan. He worshiped lord Brahma. After several year Lord Brahma was pleased by his penance and asked him for a boon. He had earned a boon of being indestructible. After gaining that boon he starting considering himself God. He turned very domineering and arrogant. He started fiercing and hurting everyone. He killed everyone who disagreed to worship him as God.
After sometime her had baby boy. He named him ‘Prahalada’. He disagreed to consider Hiranyakashyapu as God. He put him into various torments and gave a lot of punishments and asked him to consider him as a god. But he disagreed. He tried to kill his son through various ways but failed. As a last hope king called his demonic sister ‘Holika’ for his help. Holika had a ‘Cloak’ as a blessing which prevented her from being harmed by any kind of fire. Hiranyakashyapu prepared a bonfire and asked her to sit with Prahalada. Prahalada started chanting the name of Lord Vishnu. Strong breeze started and cloak flew from Holika to Prahalada. Holika got burned and Prahalada escaped. The night is celebrated as Holika Dahan. The bonfire signifies the victory of good over evil.
Hiranyakashyapu became very angry and asked Prahalada to acknowledge him as a god. Prahalada refused again and said that Lord Vishnu is omnipresent. Hiranyakashyapu said that if he is present in a pillar and smashed that pillar. Lord Vishnu appeared as Narshimha and killed Hiranyakashyapu.
The next day when fire cooled down people people put the ash on their foreheads and celebrated the victory of good over bad. With passing time color became part of the festival. People now play with colors and then enjoy various kinds of foods, delicacies and desserts. Some people throw a special Holi party to have more enjoyment and fun. They invite their friends, decorate the home in a colorful way and arrange various foods and delicacies, play Holi music to celebrate the occasion. The festival brings people closer and makes them forget old rivalries.
Holi is celebrated through various ways in different parts of country. Various traditions and activities are associated to it. In Ahmadabad region of Gujarat, an interesting activity is associated to it. A pot of buttermilk is hung high over. Boys take challenge to break it. They try to reach to it with human pyramids. Girls try to create obstacles by throwing colored water. The boy who breaks the pot is considered the crowned ‘King’. In some places there is a custom that a woman beats his brother-in-law and tries to drench him in colors. The brother-in-law brings sweets for her in the evening. In Braj region of Mathura which is birth place of lord Krishna, the festival is celebrated with special prayers and the Holi is celebrated for 16 days.
Holi celebrated in Barsana is very different and interesting. Women chase men and beat them with sticks. Men sing protective songs to have their attention. In West Bengal Holi is celebrated in a beautiful way. The pictures of Lord Krishna and Radha are placed on decorated palanquin and taken round the streets.
Holi is a festival of extreme delight for children and young people. Excitement for Holi festivals starts even before the festival arrives. Festival is celebrated by smearing and rubbing colors on each other’s faces. Some people also enjoy Holi by throwing colored solutions, water, mud or clay. People start wishing their family and loved ones in advance. Holi wishes by loved ones make the festival even more delightful and cheerful. Everyone loves to get Holi wishes from family and loved ones. People also love to wish their loved ones through Happy Holi wishes. Happy Holi wishes make your loved ones even more delighted and cheerful. Everyone wants to send happy Holi wishes in advance to make their loved ones feel special. By sending advanced Happy Holi wishes you show your love, excitement to your loved ones. Advance happy Holi wishes from loved ones in advance make the festival more colorful. You show that they are more important to you than anyone else.
Advance Happy Holi Wishes for Your Loved Ones
- “I May Not Put Colors On Your Face On This Colorful Festival But I Am Praying To God To Add More Colors To Your Beautiful Life. Happy Holi 2016 to all of you in advanced Hope you love our wishes and keep visiting here.”
- “Few days are left for Holi I wish we could be together on this Holi. We will have fun and will fire gun. Wishing you happy Holi in advance.”
- “Best wishes to you for a Holi filled with sweet moments and memories to cherish for long. Wishing you in advance a very Happy Holi!”
- “Just like a red rose that fills the world with beauty & fragrance You have made my life so beautiful by being in it. On Holi, the festival of colors & joy I wanna say thank you for all the love & smiles you’ve brought to my life. Happy Holi in advance”
- “May God gift you all the colors of life, colors of joy, colors of happiness, colors of friendship, colors of love and all other colors you want to paint in your life. Wishing you a Happy Holi in Advance.”
- “May God gift you all the colors of life,colors of joy, colors of happiness, colors of friendship, Colors of love and all other colors you want to paint in your life. Wishing you in advance a very Happy Holi!”
- “It is time for Holi and I hate being away from you all. My exams are close so I cannot afford to meet you. I know you will miss me too. Mama, thank You very much for the excellent gujiyas that you couriered. My friends liked it a lot and are grateful to you. Hope to see you soon. Happy Holi in advance”
- “Red, green, yellow and blue. The colours of Holi remind me of you. Because just like them you are so vibrant and full of fun! Happy Holi in advance”.
- “On this Holi, let the color shower love which dwells in our hearts let sing together D ballad of love Happy Holi with love. Wishing you happy Holi in advance.”
- “Hope the colorful festival. Blooms into joy, smile and good times. Making each day of yours colorful and happy Happy Holi in advance”
Fascinating Happy Holi Greetings for your Loved Ones
Holi is all about enjoyment, fun and endless colors. Delicacies make the festival even more delightful. Wish your loved ones and elders with wishes and greetings. Prepare interesting and delightful traditional meals. Enjoy festival of colors with love and happiness. Use chemical free dry Holi colors. Spread the colors of happiness. Wishing you all a very happy and wonderful Holi in advance!