Why do we celebrate Holi?
Holi is celebrated to mark the beginning of spring and to also signify the triumph of good over evil. The festival is a celebration of life, and of the joy and happiness that comes with the start of the new season.
Holi, also known as the "Festival of Colours," is one of the biggest festivals celebrated in India every year. This year we will be celebrating Holi on March 8th, 2023. Join us as we explore the colourful history and benefits of this brightly-hued holiday! From learning about the different types of Dry colours used during celebrations to discovering how organic herbal Gulal can make your Holi experience safer and more enjoyable - get ready to join in the festivities with us!
Safe and Natural Gulal for Holi
Organic herbal gulal is a safe and natural alternative to the synthetic colours used in Holi celebrations. Herbal gulal is made from edible, natural ingredients such as fruits, vegetables, spices, and flowers. It is gentle on the skin and does not cause any irritation or allergies.
Skin-friendly colours for Holi are made from organic ingredients such as turmeric, dried rose petals, and haldi. These colours are safe to use on the skin and will not cause any irritation or allergies.
Here are some tips for celebrating a safe and fun Holi:-Wear old clothes that you don't mind getting dirty or stained.
-Wear sunglasses or goggles to protect your eyes from the colours.
-Apply petroleum jelly to exposed areas of skin, such as your face, to prevent the colours from sticking.
-Keep a sponge or cloth handy to wipe off colours from your face and body.
-Avoid eating anything that has been coloured, as it may be contaminated.
It is also a time to forgive and forget any grievances from the past and to start anew with a clean slate. The colours of Holi represent the different emotions that we feel in life, and the water is used to cleanse away any negativity.