Holika Dahan or Choti Holi is celebrated a day prior to the festival of colors Holi. On Holika Dahan, people across the nation light bonfire at temples and compounds that symbolizes the victory of good over evil. Holi Festival is the last festival as per the Hindu Calender that is celebrated in the month of Phalgun.
People worship the ‘Agni’ and make offerings seeking blessings for profuse harvest. The main festival of Holi is celebrated on the next day of the Holika Dahan when people apply colors on each other and greet them. Holi is one of the main and most recognized festivals of India.
People of all the communities across the country celebrate the festival. They prepare different kinds of delicacies like Puran Poli, Gujia. Dahi Bhalle, Malpua, Papri, Bhang, Thandai, Kanji ke vade.
However, we suggest that you should use herbal colors as the colors available in the market are generally adulterated and cause skin allergies.