Splash colors on Holi with attractive gifts

13 March 2014


Holi is a colorful festival in our country generally falls in spring season every year. We call this occasion as Phagwah too. It is also called the spring festival as it marks the arrival of spring the season of hope and joy. This is one of the major festivals of India is celebrated with enthusiasm and gaiety on the full moon day in the month of February-March as per the calendar. We call this festival in different names celebrated every most of the part of our country. The spirit of this significant festival is so unique and special and as well it is celebrated nationwide, even if across the globe too. Everybody gets delighted at the arrival of this remarkable festive as the season itself is so sparkling. The bitterness of the winter goes as these festival promises of bright summer days. Nature too, it seems reveals at the arrival of this significant festival and wears its best clothes. Fields get filled with crops promising a good harvest to the farmers and flowers bloom coloring the surroundings and filling fragrance in the air. On this auspicious day mesmerize your dear ones with fabulous gift items available at any Online Shopping Store. Just let your fingers click at gift related website and send mouth-watering Cake, creamy Chocolates, assorted Sweets and Dried Fruits along with may other dynamic hampers at the doorstep of your loved ones in every corner of India at very affordable prices. The colors are known as 'Gulal' and wet colors or 'Rang' were originally prepared naturally from the flowers and other products that had dyeing properties. However with time, in the quest of more long-lasting and strong colors, chemically enhanced and artificial colors have come in latest tradition. The harmful effects of these chemicals on our body and eyes have forced us to do a turn-about to the natural colors. These natural holi colors are perfectly safe and do not cause any harm to skin or to the face. Also there is no trouble if these colors go into the eye and are also easy to take off after playing a good spirited significant festival. It is a great experience to play with these splashy colors with our family members, friends and as well our special one too. Lovers too long apply colors on their beloved. It is also said that mischievous Lord Krishna started the trend of playing colors. He applied colors on his beloved Radha to make her one like him. There is also a tradition of consuming the very stimulating bhang on this day to further enhance the spirit of Holi. This remarkable festival encourages the feeling of brotherhood in society and even the enemies turn friend on this day. People of all communities and even religions participate in this joyous and colorful feast and strengthen the secular fabric of the nation.

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