Hind culture is rich in having festivals of so many different kinds, the purpose of hindu festivals is to have fun as well as all festivals center around the worship of deities. Hindu festivals are significant for their religious and social connotations. Hindus call their festival an utsave, a Sanskrit word. Like rakhshabandhan festival, Holi is a festival that is being celebrated with full religious as well as social fervor.
Here is given a brief history of Holi festival to the readers. The word Holi is derived from Sanskrit word Holika Dahanam which literary means the slaying of Holika, a demon who was slaughtered down by the devotee of lord Vishnu. Every year, at the advent of Spring, Hindu folks celebrate the event as an event of colors.
Holi has cultural, social, and biological significance. To its cultural importance, we have different myths, all these mythological tales revolve around the one lesson i.e. the victory of good over evil. Then we have this event at the start of harvesting a season of rejoicing and merry making. The social connotation of the festival brings the message of unity and brotherhood because on this particular day people pay visit to the houses of their friends and relatives. Then Hindus believe that Holi is celebrated in a season that makes people sluggish and lethargic, holi provides an opportunity to throw off this laziness.
This is a festival of colors, for people used to sprinkle color powders on each other; thus it is a festival not popular in India rather the whole world enjoy the event with full zeal and zest. At this particular day, many of the customs are being observed. Many Indian songs, dramas, and films have been produced in which this Hindu festival is the center of attention for the production.
Various images of Holi are available for the web browsers; these images reflect the nature of the festival. A website with the name happyholi2013.ind.in gives you the top and hot Holi images. Photos of Indian actors and actresses are being imaged during celebrating this festival and attract the gazers. Wallpaperswala.com and santabanta.com are the websites having beautiful images for Holi eve. 123greetings.com is a popular website that gives the browser holi cards; the colorful images and the photos printed on these cards are liked by everyone and it is the cheapest way to select an e-card for a friend or relative and include him/her to rejoice the festive of Holi. You can have the best and popular Holi images available on Google browsing. These images reflect the message of colors, brotherhood, and eternal victory of innocence over falsehood.