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The festival of colors ‘Holi’ has great significance in Sanatan Dharma. Every year on the full moon day of Falgun month, the festival of ‘Holi’ is celebrated with great pomp and gaiety. This time, Holi will be celebrated on Wednesday, March 8. Also ‘Holashtak’ takes place 8 days before Holi. This time ‘Holashtak’ starts from 28 February 2023, Tuesday. And ‘Holika Dahan’ will take place on Tuesday, March 6, 2023.
Along with religious beliefs, this great festival is celebrated as the victory of good over evil. It has been said in the religious texts that Holi festival was dearest to Lord Shri Krishna. This is why Holi is celebrated as a festival in Braj for 40 days. This festival starts from Basant Panchami. According to the Panchang, Holi festival is celebrated every year on the full moon day of Shukla Paksha of Phalgun month. Let us know on which day Holi will be celebrated this year and on which day Holika Dahan will be done.
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Full Moon Date of Phalgun Shukla Paksha Starts:
March 6, 2023, from 2:47 p.m
The date of the full moon ends:
March 7, 2023 at 4:39 p.m
Holika Dahan Date:
March 6, 2023
March 7, 2023, Tuesday
4:37 to 5:23
11:56 a.m. to 12:46 p.m
Holika Dahan is done on the full moon of the month of Phalgun to commemorate the victory of good over evil. According to legend, Lord Prahlad, the son of Asura Hiranyakashyap
He was an ardent devotee of Vishnu, but Hiranyakashyap did not like this at all. He entrusted his sister Holika with the task of dissuading the child Prahlad from devotion to God, who had the boon that fire could not burn his body. Aiming to kill Bhaktaraj Prahlad, Holika entered the fire with him in her arms. But due to the glory of Prahlad’s devotion and God’s grace, Holika herself was burnt in the fire. Prahlad’s body was not harmed by the fire. Since then Holika Dahan is completed on the first day of Holi.
The Holi festival is celebrated differently in all parts of the country. In the Malwa region of Madhya Pradesh, Rangpanchami is celebrated on the fifth day of Holi, which is played more loudly than the main Holi. Holi is celebrated with pomp in the Braj region. As Lathmar Holi is played in Barsana. Holi is also celebrated for 15 days in Mathura and Vrindavan. In Haryana, it is a tradition to torture the brother-in-law by the sister-in-law on Holi. In Maharashtra, it is a tradition to play Holi with dry Gulal on Rang Panchami. Holi is the biggest festival of the tribals of South Gujarat. Folk songs are very popular in Chhattisgarh and Holi is known as Bhagoriya in Malvanchal.