India celebrates so many festivals, yet Holi holds a special mention in all of them. Its arrival marks the beginning of colourful surroundings, spread of happiness and innovative ways to tease your near and dear ones.
However, many find the festival awkward and dirty. So, here we bring to you the trendy ideas to deal with colours and mark the celebration beautifully. Here are the tips:
Home is not the best place to celebrate Holi: Why do you want to restrict yourself to your cozy house, instead go out and enjoy in your colony or society park; call out your friends and neighbours and celebrate the way you want to.
Rain dance: Don’t worry, you need not book any expensive place for the same. You can simply go to the park, switch on the water front and enjoy a perfect rain dance.
Visit your relatives: Life has become quite hectic nowadays and we nearly get time to visit our close relatives, so then grab this opportunity and smear colours on the faces of those who missed the chance to be with you once.
Working on Holi: Don’t worry, we have something for you too. Change your screensaver to a bright Holi wallpaper, add colour to your desk with a little confetti. White is not the colour of the day but hues of pink, green and orange with little funky earrings will certainly brighten up your spirits. You can also add a touch of multiculturalism to the workplace with sweets.
Taste Bhaang: Don’t stick to the traditional sweets instead enjoy the taste of Bhaang with your trusted friends or cousins coz they can double your fun.
Bachelorette party: A powder paint fight with your BFFs will make you understand the best concept of life- family is important but friends especially girl friends can make your day.
‘Mastizaade’ Boys: Why should girls have all the fun? Isn’t it. So boys, you can also follow the age-old tradition of sliding in the mud, tearing holi-drenched clothes and hanging them on that favourite public tree
A fun outdoor colourful activity: Play games, involve your spouse and kids in dance masti and holi celebrations.
Move out of town: You can also visit Mathura, Shantiniketan, Udaipur, Mysore and other places where Holi is celebrated with much fanfare.