Happy Holi 2020 To All, Why we actually celebrate it?

Happy Holi 2020 To All, Why we actually celebrate it? Happy Holi 2020 To All Happiness is when you see brightness even in darkness, amazuy.com

Happy Holi 2020 To All, Why we actually celebrate it?

Happy Holi 2020 To All Happiness is when you see brightness even in darkness

Happiness is when you see brightness even in darkness, So keep walking 
and travel with the colorful mind to bring out the best colors of joy 
and happiness in you.!.... 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 your life in. Happy Holi.

Why we actually celebrate it?

An ancient Hindu festival Holi, Holi heralds the arrival of spring after winter. It signifies the victory of good over evil and is celebrated as a day of spreading happiness and love. The festival is also celebrated as thanksgiving for good harvest.

The Avatar

According to Bhagvata Purana, King Hiranyakashipu--the king of demonic Asuras, who could neither be killed by a man or an animal--grew arrogant and demanded that everybody should worship him as god.

The king's son, Prahlada, disagreed and chose to remain devoted to Vishnu. Hiranyakashipu was infuriated and subjected his son to cruel punishments. Finally, Holika, the king's sister, tricked him into sitting on a pyre with her. While Holika protected herself with a cloak, Prahlada remained exposed. As the fire blazed, the cloak flew from Holika's body and encased Prahlada, thus saving his life.

Later, Vishnu appeared in the avatar of Narsimha, half man and half lion, and killed the king. This is why Holi begins with the Holika bonfire, which marks the end of evil.

According to another Avatar, Lord Krishna had developed a characteristic blue skin colour after Putana, a demon, poisoned him with her breast milk. Krishna worried if the fair-skinned Radha and her companions would ever like him because of his skin colour. Krishna's mother then asked him to approach Radha and smear her face with any colour he wanted. The playful colouring gradually evolved as a tradition and later, as a festival observed as Holi, in the Braj region of India.


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