Happy Holi 2020 Images, Quotes, SMS, and Messages

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In this article, you can find Happy Holi 2020 Images, Quotes, SMS, and Messages. You can download them free of cost and share them online.

The festival of Holi is one of the largest festivals in India, celebrated by people from all communities across the country. Holi is celebrated throughout Phalgun after the spring season. On this beautiful color day, people make groups and try to brighten and fill their loved ones with colored powder.

Also, most of them make delicious food, party, dance, sing songs and have lots of fun with their family members, relatives, and friends. At the same time, many of them will extend their heartfelt greetings to their loved ones and make their feast so special and memorable.

Happy Holi 2020

Holika Dahan will take place on March 9 and Holi will be played on 10, March 2020. According to the Hindu calendar, Holika Dahan is performed on the full moon of Phalgun. There are some mythology and beliefs related to Holika Dahan i.e. Holi.

Although most people know the story of Holika and Prahlad. There are also beliefs related to Shivji-Kamadeva and Raja Raghu who are associated with Holika Dahan.

In this article, I have shared Happy Holi 2020 Images and Quotes. You can download and share with your friends and family members.

Holika Dahan Timing 2020

Holika Dahan will be performed on Monday, March 9.

  • In the evening: 06:22 minutes to 8:49 minutes
  • Bhadra Puncha: From 09:50 AM to 10:51 AM
  • Bhadra Mukha: 10:51 AM to 12:32 AM

Latest Holi Song 2020

The video of Bhojpuri Holi Song ‘Holi Me Rang Laga Du Aaja’ is out on YouTube. Rap Star Roshan Singh and Sakshi Shivani is the singer of this song. Lyrics writer is Jakhmi BiJendra while the music composer’s name is Ajit Shree. The song has been heard among the audience.

Happy Holi 2020 Quotes, Wishes, and Greeting

It is one of the most beautiful festivals of colors. This festival helps in bringing society together and strengthening the secular fabric of our nation. The festival is also celebrated by non-Hindus as everyone loves to be a part of such a colorful and cheerful event.

Also, in this tradition of the festival of Holi, even enemies turn into friends. So, on this lovely occasion send lots of colorful wishes of Holi through beautiful quotes and make your loved ones happy. Here, you will find the latest and amazing Holi 2020 Quotes.

I am sending you a rainbow because it has all the colors that make you feel bright or colorful on this Holi festival.

God will give you joy, good happiness, and love in the celebration of Holi. Wishing you and your friends and family a good Holi.

Holi, a festival associated with Lord Krishna, celebrates friendship, love, and humanity. May this festival fill your life with happiness.

May this Holi bring happiness, success, and prosperity to your life.

The festival, which has mythological origins, is related to Lord Krishna and Hinduism. It is now celebrated by people of almost all religions. Happy Holi

Happy Holi 2020 Images, Photos,  Wallpaper and Pictures

Holi is the best time to spread love and happiness in the life of your loved ones. You know every year we celebrated this festival in march month. Thus the market is filled with lots of colors and latest pitchers. Also, many of us have already started with preparations for the festival of colors.

Happy Holi Photo

So, here we have collected the most beautiful Happy Holi Images for you. Which you can download and share with your loved ones, make them realize how much you love and care for them.

Happy Holi Picture

Important Facts About Holi

Holi is an important Indian festival. This festival is celebrated on the full moon of Phalgun according to the Hindu calendar. The new year also begins on this day. So, the festival symbolizes the new year and the beginning of the new year.

  1. Holi is India’s oldest festival of gaiety.
  2. This festival is also known as ‘Fagua’, ‘Dhulendi’, ‘Dole’.
  3. The famous Muslim tourist Alberuni has also described Holikotsav in his historical travel memoirs. Also, many Muslim poets of India have mentioned in their works that Holikotsav is celebrated not only by Hindus but also by ‘Muslims’.
  4. Akbar’s description of playing Holi with Jodha Bai and Jahangir is in history. A portrait of the Alwar Museum depicts Jahangir playing Holi.
  5. By the time of Shah Jahan, the style of playing Holi had changed. Holi was called ‘Eid-e-Pink’ or ‘Ab-e-Pashi’ (shower of colors) in Shah Jahan’s time.
  6. The Mughal emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar is famous for playing Holi with his ministers.

How to Celebrate Holi

The festival of Holi is celebrated all over India, but it is celebrated more in North India. People visit places like Braj, Vrindavan, Gokul to see the festival of Holi. In these places, this festival is celebrated for several days.

In many places, people dance and spread colors on each other. Men and women enjoy this colorful festival with great enthusiasm. Kids play Holi with Pichkari and Small Water ballons.

Rang Panchami is more important in central India and Maharashtra, people form a team, spread Gulal on each other at each other. In Indore city of central India, Holi has a different tone. It is called “Gher” of Rang Panchami, in which the entire Indore city comes together and enjoys dancing. Preparations for such an event are made 15 days in advance.

Holi Precautions ( What Not to Do)

Holi is a festival of colors, but it is important not to do such activities, which can harm you. Nowadays there is the adulteration of colors, so it is right to play Holi with original Gulal.

  • The use of the wrong color is also increasing the risk of eye disease. Therefore, avoid using chemicals with mixed colors.
  • Don’t eat anything made outside the house.
  • Avoid Riding bike on this event.

Recipes of Holi

  • Gujiya: It is one of the main recipes of Holi. It is a type of dish that is made from fine flour and khoya.
  • Shakkarpare
  • Sabudana Papad
  • Moong Dal Mini Samosa
  • Besan ke Barfi
  • Gulab Jamun
  • Matar ki Burfi
  • Khasta Kachori
  • Kashmiri Dum Aloo
  • Kanjii wada
  • Sooji Nariyal ke Laddu
  • Pindi Chole Masala

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