The Festival of Colors is a celebration of love and inclusion—and a beautiful event for springtime.
This festival celebrates the arrival of spring and harvests to come, and the victory of good over evil. Although it is traditionally a Hindu festival, Holi is celebrated across the globe and is a great equalizer. Everyone is invited to participate, regardless of your religion and cultural background: It’s a celebration of love and inclusion.
On the day of Holi, we gather in their backyards, terraces, neighborhoods, or driveways to play Holi with brightly colored powders. In our celebrations, we set up tables with bags of colors and water balloons, pools filled with colored water, and water blasters or pichkaris. We party with upbeat Bollywood music, local brews or thandai, tasty mithais, and fun-filled chatter—all are essential elements of Holi!
I recently sat down with Women’s Day Magazine and shared more about the colorful festival and it’s importance in our culture.
Check out the full interview here.
Like every year we have some fun plans in the works to celebrate Holi with family and friends and I will also be celebrating Holi in my son’s class.
Here are some of my previous posts on Ideas to celeberate Holi in school.
- Celebrating Holi with kids at home and school
- Download the Free Mickey Mandala Page here by Intrikate Ink
- Ideas on How to Celebrate Holi in Your Child’s Classroom
- Planning to celeberate Holi with your babies or toddlers?
- Kid Friendly Holi Home Decor and Party ideas.
Hope you enjoy these articles and ideas.
I wish you a fun filled HOLI with your friends and family and these ideas can add to the celebration !!