Tuesday, March 22, 2016

This Year #KhulKeKheloHoli

Holi hai! These two words bring the spirit of fun among Indians. Even visitors from abroad come to India to get a feel of this unique festival of colours.Now it is almost time to experience the colourful day. Now India has to shout out loudly #Khulkekheloholi!  Everyone, from every age group love to play Holi. But due to modern day busy schedule, many unfortunate individuals cannot really enjoy Holi . And a lot of us, even are scared to get our hair and skin damaged. But personally I do not have any inhibitions as I have Parachute Advansed for my rescue. Since childhood I have been enjoying this festival with my family and friends. During Holi I try to have endless fun and care nothing about the world.

On one such occasion of Holi, something happened that had made the day very special for me. A day prior to Holi,  I had a programme at the evening which is called “Basanta Utsab”. There some dance, songs and dance dramas was performed related with “Basanta”. After that I played holi  with my friends wearing saree for first time. That was very exciting for me. There was no water and dirty colour. We played dry, safe and colourful holi. The next day that was more memorable for me as I found my most beloved elder cousin standing after getting up from bed and my face was already coloured. I jumped up and both of us went out of the house to spread the fun. But alas! There were none of them. I felt very sad and decided to go back to the house, when suddenly my dress got wet from the back. I could hear the sound of laughter. I turned back and was amazed by another splash. Actually those are the “gulaals” and blast of the colour of “Pichkaris”.

I thought me and my cousin were the first who would blast the “pichkaris” and “gulaals” but the younger  ones were more excited and  had planned  from beforehand .That was so fun. We started off with the dry colour. After some time all  my family members and members from the neighbourhood joined. All of us enjoyed the day splashing colours at each other. For one day we forgot every work, offices, duties, studies and just enjoyed like kids. There were songs, dances, games and some tasty food.”Rangbarse Bhige Chunareale” was the special one as all the elder ladies danced at that song. The day ended with a hearty call of “Holi Hai”

 This year also lets enjoy and #KhulKeKheloHoli. This is a very special festival for Indians that brings people near to each other and helps to spend a real fun day. Do not think too much about your  skin and hair  as Parachute Advansed products are there to protect them.

I’m pledging to #KhulKeKheloHoli this year by sharing my Holi memories atBlogAdda in association with Parachute Advansed.

By Ritwika

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