Indian Festivals

RailMitra: Revel in the Deep Colors of Delightful Holi

“Bright colors to apply,
Happy Water Balloons to throw,
Scrumptious Gujiyas to eat,
Cool Thandai To drink,
And a Wonderful Reason to smile”

Yes! That’s HOLI. The festival of colours, and bright hues of life! The colors of Holi have a great significance in the life. Where red stands for prosperity, green and blue depicts the importance of happiness and longitivity. The lovey pink Gulal represent the true colour of friendship and orange stands for progress in life. The festival of Holi unfolds the true Indian culture, brotherhood and the zeal to celebrate festival with full dedication and energy. Tasty cuisines accompany the occasion and make the fun double.

What does Holi Signify?
Holi is not only about playing with colors. It’s the time to understand the value of colors which carry the message of love, brotherhood, and truthfulness in every relationship.

It’s the time to love and forgive:
They are the true colors of mankind. Imparting true and unconditional love with forgiveness is what the festival teaches from our childhood till date. On this Holi, let us make a resolution to be generous and loving to everyone.

Expresses the happiness:
A famous Bollywood song (“Holi ke din dil khil jate hai”) teaches the significance of Holi, in terms of celebration and spreading happiness. It stresses on the fact that it is the day to express your emotion of happiness and joy through colors. So Go for it.

Truthfulness and trust in Relationship:
Whenever you splash a bucket of colored water on anyone, you give him a promise of being truthful towards him always, maintain brotherhood with him lifelong and shower him with all the possible love throughout your life.

Renew Relationships:
Every relationship faces a stressful phase at any point of life. Holi is the best occasion to renew them and live it longer and forever.

A true and caring relation doesn’t have to speak loud, a soft message is just enough to express the heartiest feelings. May God shower all the blissful colors of life, joy and happiness!

“RAILMITRA WISHES YOU ALL A VERY HAPPY HOLI”

Author: Kriti


Kriti is a passionate writer who loves to write on travel destinations and food. She is completely into exploring travel destinations and writing her experiences . Interacting with people and enjoying cultural diversities are a part of her nature. Her hob

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Author: Kriti


Kriti is a passionate writer who loves to write on travel destinations and food. She is completely into exploring travel destinations and writing her experiences . Interacting with people and enjoying cultural diversities are a part of her nature. Her hob