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Siliguri Holi Festival 2014 Updates

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Holi Zeal Grips Siliguri and Whole Country

Whole Country including Siliguri residents are all set to celebrate and have fun playing Holi with their friends and family. Most of markets of Siliguri like Kela Hatti, Mahabirsthan, Hongkong Market, Bishan Market have witnessed the heavy rush of people making last minute shopping ahead of Holi, to be celebrated in city on Sunday and Monday. The shopkeepers have decorated their shops with colors and pitchkari to attract children and other costumers.

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Shigmo is the another name of Holi in Goa

The festival of colors, HOLI is celebrated all over India. People celebrate this festival by throwing colors on each other. On this day they don’t care about the cast, religion or color. So here you can say that on this day people from all over India come together to celebrate the festival with lots of cheers, colors and music. In Goa, Holi is played with lots of colors and joy. You might want to know that why holi is so much popular in India and

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Unique Holi Celebration in Barsana and Nandgaon

Holi is a Hindu festival which is celebrated all over the world with lots of colors but every state of India has some unique way of celebrating Holi. In Barsana (75 miles from South Delhi), near Mathura people use to play “lath mar holi”.  This holi style represents a way in which people hit each other with a stick. Hitching with a stick is not because of any anger or revenge but it is a kind of some ritual there. The story behind this ritual

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How Holi is celebrated in Rajasthan?
holi celebration in rajasthan

How Holi is celebrated in Rajasthan Holi in Rajasthan is played in the same way as in Mathura. Before the full moon night, people gather together and ignite huge bonfires for burning the residue of dry leaves and winter twigs. After this ritual, people throw gulal, kumkum and water on each other. They also But without traditional Dhol beats nothing is complete, so here in Rajasthan people always celebrate Holi with lots of happiness. In different

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Best Destinations to Celebrate Holi in India

Holi the Indian festival of colors Holi is the Indian festival of colors. This festival is celebrated during spring season by all Indian masses. Holi is also considered as the festival of love. Holi is also celebrated with great pomp by Hindus who reside in other countries of South East Asia. Even non Hindus residing in South Asia also love to play with colors during the festival of Holi. Holi is celebrated mainly in India and Nepal and in those

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Holi Festival of Colors and How People Celebrate Holi

Holi: the wonderful festival of Colors in India India is a land of diverse festivals. Indians spend the entire part of the year by celebrating different festivals. Holi has a unique glory among all Indian festivals. Holi is considered as the festival of colors. People in India celebrate Holi with great joy and thrill. This festival is celebrated in India by Hindus and even people of other religious communities. Story behind Holi Holi denotes the

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