Tradition of Holi


Tradition of Holi

    According to tradition, Holi is a Hindu festival. But nowadays, it is not limited to Hindus only. Holi plays all. After all, who would not like to dye the other from the colors. In different regions of India, a tradition of Holi changes a bit, and different names know it.

Tradition of Holi
Tradition of Holi

            The most famous Holi in India is Kanha's land, Braj land. The location associated with the childhood of Shri Krishna is made by seeing the Holi of Mathura, Vrindavan, Nandgaon, and Barsana. Holi is called the Holi Laththamar Holi. The men of Nandgaon go to the rainy season and play Holi with the women there. Women of the rainy season are hefty on the men of Nandgaon. As the name is Laththamar Holi women beat men with black sticks and men, try to save themselves. But everything happens with the spirit of Holi.

         In Haryana, Holi is called Dhulandi Holi. In-law has an essential role in it. On this day, Sister-in-law gets social acceptance by banging his brother's body. As much as annoys sister-in-law every year, 'On this day, sister-in-law takes her revenge from Dewar.

           Apart from the colors in Maharashtra and Gujarat, there is another tradition of breaking the pillar. Mr. Krishna went to the house of Gopis and used to steal the butter, so the Gopi kept hanging the mustard of the butter so that Krishna could not take the butter. However, Krishna would still have been eating butter. Remembering this, on the day of Holi, on the road, a canopy is constructed at a very high altitude, which has buttermilk. Boys' Pets make human pyramids under handi. The boy who is at the top blows the handi with his head. During this time, women sang the folk songs of Holi and threw the water on the human pyramid by filling the bucket.

              Holi is celebrated very well in West Bengal. Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore was the founder of Visva Bharati University. It is located in Shanti Niketan of West Bengal. Gurudev had started the practice of playing Holi in Visva-Bharati. Holi is known as Basant Utsav. Student students decorate university festivals with flowers, make Rangoli and take out Prabhat ferries. By wearing traditional dresses, student students sing songs composed by Gurudeva, dance to dance and play Holi with yellow flowers. Holi is called dal jatra in other parts of West Bengal.


 In this, they exhibit their physical strength and military capability. On the next day after the Holi, they celebrate Holla Mohalla by gathering in Anandpur Sahib. This tradition was started by Govind Singh Ji, the last and the tenth Guru of Sikhism.

Holi plays for six days in Manipur in the northeast. On the Holi, there is a centuries-old Yao Shang Festival. There is a unique dance on this occasion, Thabal Chongba.


Holi is played in different states in different ways. Various dishes are formed. There is some tradition of everywhere, but there are some traditions that have been preserved by the people of that place. But the culture of Holi is the same, forgetting mischief and fighting.
 Happy Holi!


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