The final day has come to celebrate the festival of colors and the festival of love. After breakfast, the day begins with wearing Indian clothes for celebrating the festival of colors, Holi. People wear colorful enjoy the colorful festival dresses and join their friends to visit the whole city on foot, with spreading colors on themselves and others. It is best tried that colors should spread in a way that the face is not recognizable. The different colors used have particular meaning, such as the green spreads harmony, white is for peace, red is for enjoyment, orange for optimism, blue for vitality, and pink for love. Holi is celebrated throughout India in the month of Phagun, and is an ancient Hindu festival.
The date varies every year as per the Hindu calendar, but it mostly comes in the month of March. There is a lot of enthusiasm, amongst people to celebrate Holi. The region of Shekhawati celebrates holi with folk dance, DHAP, BANSURI and dance. You would also see young men dancing on the beats of all instruments and music wearing women’s outfits. It is celebrated at the end of winter season and beginning of Spring, the harvesting also starts by this festival. It is celebrated differently in various parts of India. Each one has its own way of playing and enjoying. A good thing about the festival is that the colors and other things used are pure and do not harm the skin or the eyes. People enjoy the festival with their friends, family, relatives and neighbors. The day ends with the celebrations, and by being a part of the most colorful festival.