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Holi Festival Of Colours

The Holi of the Color Festival is an early spring celebration celebrated in different countries, such as India, Nepal, Bangladesh. Holi is also celebrated in a country with a Hindu population such as: Suriname, Guyana, South Africa, Trinidad, Great Britain, Mauritius and Fiji. In West Bengal and Bangladesh the festival Dolyatra (Doul Jatra) of Basanta-Utsab (spring festival) is mentioned. Holi is celebrated en masse in the Braj region, meeting with Sri Krishna, such as Mathura, Vrindavan, Nandagaon and Barsana. The cities are frequently visited by the Holi festival Autumn which lasts a maximum of 16 days. The highlight of the Holi festival is called Dhulheti, Dhulandi of Dhulendi. On that day's eve Holi people throw powder or spray each colored water. Holi was called Holika Dahan (Holika death) of Chhoti Holi (Little Holi). The fire was lit to commemorate the event of the escape of Prahlada when it was Holika (the sister of Hiranyakasipu). The Holika was burnt and killed, but Prahlad, the devotee of Lord Vishnu, survived without damage. In Andhra Pradesh, Holika is called Dahan Kama Dahanam. Holi is celebrated at the end of winter when phalgun purnima, the last month of the month, according to the calendar, and usually coincides the end of February from early March. In 2009 Holi (Dhulandi) falls on 11 March and Holika Dahan on 10 March. The end of the color festival is called Rangapanchami, which takes place in the time of Panchami
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