Colours Of HOLI


Dear Guru Parivaar members,

You are all welcome to come and celebrate the festival in the midst of colours and blessings with Pujya Gurudev.

Let us all get together in Mani Dweep, Param Hamsi Ganga Ashram and conquer good over evil, happiness over misery, positive over negative.

Dandi Swami Amritanand Sarasvatiji
Dandi Swami Amritanand Sarasvatiji, Sanskrit Widwan with  Gurudev.

Holi in India

Holi in India

Holi is one of the major festival of India and is the most vibrant of all. The joys of Holi knows no bound. The festival is celebrated across the four corners of India or rather across the globe. The festival is filled with so much fun and frolic that the very mention of the word ‘Holi’ draws smile and enthusiasm amongst the people. Holi also celebrates the arrival of Spring, a season of joy and hope.

Legend of Holi Festival

Holi is one of the oldest festivals of India. There are many interesting stories associated with the festival’s origin as one moves across the different states from North to South and East to West. Paintings and scriptures depict the roots of the festival. Mythology plays a very important part in narrating the festival of Holi. The most popular stories of Holi origin relates to ‘Holika Dahan’ and Legend of Radha-Krishan.

Story of Holika

Integrally entwined with Holi, is the tradition of ‘Holika Dahan’, which is actually lighting of bonfires. The ritual is symbolic of victory of good over evil and has its root in the legend of demon king Hiranyakashyap who wished to end his blessed son, Prahlad’s life with the help of his sister, Holika who burnt in the fir and no harm occurred to Prahlad. Since then the day is celebrated in victory of good over bad.

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