Holi week has commenced! Indian community is all geared up for celebrating the ‘festival of colours’. The occasion marking beginning of spring is widely celebrated across India with great fervour, pomp and show. Safety is the foremost aspect for holi celebration that should never be compromised. When entire nation wears the festive attire for celebrating annual festival with zeal, you need to consider few safety precautions for a memorable festivity.
There are several ways to celebrate the exuberant occasion, which is also a symbolic representation of the love of Hindu deities, Lord Krishna and goddess Radha. Apart from fun-filled social activities like playing with colours and drenching each other in water, several processions are also organised during holi in some parts of the country. On the other hand, communities also revel in Holi celebration by performing folk customs, dance and songs.
General Safety Guidelines
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