HAPPY HOLI 2020 SPECIAL HD BACKGROUND AND PNG FREE DOWNLOAD

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HAPPY HOLI 2020 SPECIAL HD BACKGROUND AND PNG FREE DOWNLOAD 




Happy Holi Photo Editing: Hello friends, welcome once again to our official website RC EDITZ. Today I am back again with a new fresh article in which I am going to give you the Holi Special use Background And Png Download  So all the Holi Editing Photo I have given to you is in full HD....







ABOUT HAPPY HOLI



Friends, today I am going to tell you about the Holi festival. I will also tell you why the festival of Holi is celebrated with so much pomp. Holi is a festival celebrated in the spring that is celebrated by Indians and Nepalese people. This festival is celebrated on the full moon of Phalgun month. This festival is called the festival of colors. This festival is traditionally celebrated for two days. It is mainly celebrated in India and Nepal. This festival is also celebrated in many other countries where minority Hindus live. Holika is lit on the first day, which is called Holika Dahan. Holi festival is celebrated on the second day, in which people throw colors, abir-gulal etc. on each other, songs of Holi are sung by playing drums and people go from house to house. It is said that on Holi day people forget the old enmity and embrace and become friends again. The round of playing and playing each other lasts till noon. After bathing and resting, after wearing new clothes, people go to each other's house in the evening, hug and feed them sweets.























































































So let's first know when and why the festival of Holi is celebrated. Friends, there was a demon named Holika who always persecuted many people. Holika had found such a sheet in her boon which she would cover when she was sitting in the fire and nothing happened to her body. When one day she was sitting in the fire to kill the devotee Pahlada, then suddenly there was such a gust of wind that a sheet flew from her body to Pahlad's body. Holika died by burning in it due to fire, after Holika's death, everyone became happy and in this happiness people colored each other. Holi is celebrated a day after Holika Dahan from the same day in which people paint each other....























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