Holi is one of the biggest festivals in India and other parts of the world. It is a festival of colours that symbolizes the power of love and the victory of good over evil. The festival also marks the arrival of Spring season.
Holi is typically celebrated in late February or early March and lasts for two days. People dress up in bright and vibrant colours and come together to splash colours on each other by water guns and water baloons. Children, adults and senior citizens throw bright coloured powders on each other’s face and take part in dance to traditional music, enjoy delicious foods.
However, it is important to take precautions like using natural and safe colours, wearing sunglasses to avoid getting colours in our eyes. It is also important to respect others’ feelings and we should not force anyone to play with colours if s/he is not comfortable.
This year I played Holi with my family members and friends with great excitement and enthusiasm. I was worried about the colours ruining my clothes and staining my skin. I felt a sense of nostalgia for past Holi celebrations with my loved ones who are no longer around. In conclusion, I had a feeling of mixed emotions during the Holi festival.
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