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Friday, March 6, 2015

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Thursday, March 5, 2015

Happy Holi !!!

Happy Holi !!! 

May this Holi will fill all theCOLOURS in Our life.......

लाल रंग आपके गालों के लिए. .
काला रंग आपके बालों के लिए. .
नीला रंग आपकी आँखों के लिए. .
पीला रंग आपके हाथों के लिए. .
गुलाबी रंग आपके सपनों के लिए. .
सफ़ेद रंग आपके मन के लिए. .
हरा रंग आपके जीवन के लिए. . 

होली के इन ..सात⚪,,, रंगों के साथ. .
आपके पूरे परिवार को रंग भरी
Happy Holi

Rang Udaye Pichkari, 
Rang Se Rang Jaye Duniya Sari, 
Holi K Rang Aapke Jeevan Ko Rang De, 
Ye ShubhKamana Hai Hamari.<<<<<<<<<


Wednesday, March 4, 2015


               Holika Dahan

Holika Dahan


Holika Story 

Legends say it that it that there was a time when lived a brutal King named Hiranyakashyapa. This demon king Hiranyakashyapa was very cruel and thus forcefully suppressed all this subjects and make them his devotees. He tried to eliminate the existence of God from the earth and establish his own supremacy everywhere. All the citizens of his kingdom were forced to pray to Hiranyakashyapa and not to Vishnu. However his own son, Prahalad, the little never abided by his Kingdoms rule. He tried every way to stop Prahalad from worshipping Vishnu but the little devotee never stopped praying his almighty.

History of Holi

History of Holi


Holi is one of the most ancient festivals in India and was originally named 'Holika’. Celebrated throughout the country with immense zeal and fervor, Holi is also one of the most popular Indian festivals abroad. The celebrations of Holi differ from region to region, however the zeal and gusto with which the festival is welcomed throughout the country remains the same. It is often said that the modern form of Holi was introduced in Mathura and Vridvana by Lord Krishna himself and that is why Holi holds a special significance in the eastern part of the country. Read on this article to explore the origin as well as the history of Holi in the country.

History of Holi 

The exact origin of the festival can not be found, though several historians claim that the Holi celebration in the country was brought along with the Aryans. It is also quoted as a reason that Holi is still celebrated with great zeal in the more Aryan dominant Northern and Eastern India. There is also a detailed description of this festival in early religious works such as Jaimini's Purvamimamsa-Sutras and Kathaka-Grhya-Sutras. Several other religious and historical texts also discuss in detail about the festival.

It is said that Holi is celebrated in India, since an immemorial time, even in the period before Christ. However, the meaning of the festival is believed to have changed over the eras and phases. Long ago, Holi was a special rite performed by married women for the happiness, well-being and prosperity of their families and the full moon (Raka) was worshiped for bringing auspiciousness and pleasure. With time the way of celebration has changes. Also, the prominent legends related to the festival have changed with time.

Happy Holi !!! 
May this Holi will fill all theCOLOURS in ur life......... 

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Tips for safe and eco-friendly Holi Celebration==Happy Holi !!!

Tips for safe and eco-friendly Holi Celebration

 Holi, a festival of colours, fun, joy and harmony will be celebrated this year on6th March. Over a period of time, a few unhealthy practices of using artificial colours and consuming bhang and alcohol have creeped in. The dream of an eco-friendly and non- hazardous Holi can be true only when every individual who participates in this festival, makes efforts from his/her side to protect the environment and to keep away from practices that spoils and harmenvironment and local ecosystem.

Judicious Use Of Water:In the current situation, when most cities in India are facing acute water scarcity, the wasteful use of water during Holi, is also being questioned. Thus recommend to play dry Holi with Gulal only.This will also save the risk of falling ill.
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Avoid synthetic colours:Prefer preparing eco-friendly natural colours at home; haldi concoction for yellow, beetroot concoction for red, and methi or neem concoction for green. In any case, organic colors are now easily available in the market

Smart use of Bonfire:Lighting of wooden pallets for the bonfire is a serious environmental issue. Would request you to lit one symbolic community bonfire, rather than burning individual bonfires across your locality as a way to reduce wood consumption. The other way is to lit bonfires by using waste material rather than wood.
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Protect your eyes from attacks:Eyes are extremely vulnerable on Holi because of the use of harmful chemicals in colours these days. The chemicals can badly infect your eyes due to the toxic chemicals mixed with colours and can even cause blindness.
Avoid using plastic bags and balloons

Lot of people have a habit of throwing small plastic bags and balloons filled with water on each other. The remains of which create environmental pollution. Hitting each other with plastic bags and balloons during Holi can cause harm to some external organs. You should also stop other people from doing this.
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Play Safe:Don't play with someone if he/she is not willing to play and do not let others to be rude with you. The best option would be to play with natural colours.

Preparations before Holi Celebration:

Make sure that you apply ample quantity of cream on your face before and after playing with colours. Cover up the body to the maximum with synthetic garments so that they do not soak much water.

Oil your hair well, it will make it easy for you to get rid of the colour stuck in the hairs. Also it will limit the effect of chemicals to hairs.

Keep your lips tightly locked so that colours do not enter your mouth. Also protect your face from any possible attack on face.
Try to avoid going outside of your premises in the peak hours of the festival. This way you can prevent yourself from being engaged with rough friends.

During travel, keep the window of your car tightly closed, even if you don�t have an AC car. Stay at a safe distance from the mob celebrating holi.

Take a bath with luke warm water after the Holi celebration is over. Avoid frequent washing of face and regular baths during the Holi celebration. It will ruin your skin with dryness.
Do not run and jump on wet floors as you may slip and pose the danger of bone fracture.

Avoid drinking of bhang and alcohol during festival. Do not drive when you are high on alcohol.

If you are asthmatic, take preventive doses in advance and keep S.O.S. inhalers [e.g. Astheline] handy. For such people, it is best to avoid playing Holi, if possible.

Keep anti-oxidants and other anti-allergic medicines ready for any accident or if you encounter any skin problem.

Happy Holi !!! May this Holi will fill all TheCOLOURS in Our Life......... 
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