Thursday, March 5, 2015

Happy Holi

Happy Holi

Bura na mano, Holi hai.

Holi, the festival of colours is celebrated in India today and tomorrow. Today with bonfire in the evening and tomorrow by spraying colours over each other. Colours, music, dance, bhang and masti. A start of natural mating season for humans!

India links every important event with religion and with a message to educate people. 

Hirnakashyap, the devil father of Bhakta Prahlad tried to kill him putting him in fire to death with her sister Holika who was immune to fire. Prahlad was saved and Holika died. The 4th Avatara of Vishnu incarnate out of a pillar in a form of Narsingh (half man half lion) to save his devotee Bhakta Prahlad and killed Hirnakashyap though he was protected by a Vardan from Lord Brahma. It is a story of confirmation of certainty of death even if someone is guarded with all types of safety like Hirnakashyap. God is everywhere is a message from Lord Narsingh's incarnation from a pillar. And the most important part is the safety assurance from the God to his devotee against the evil forces. 

Krishna was dark blue in colour due to Putana's milk when he was a child. And Radha was fair skin. Holi Colours over faces make them equal, equal to love without any discrimination of colours of skin. Let us forget Varnas and celebrate festival with all. 

Today is a festival to forget and forgive. Let us forget our pains and forgive all wrong doors to us and celebrate the festival of Holi praying Lord Narsinh through bonfire in the evening Today and celebrate with colours with family friends and Dear once Tomorrow.

Bura na mano Holi hai. Holi is a Holy Festival, a Carnival of India.

Happy Holi to All.

5 March 2015


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