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When And How Is Rangwali Holi 2022 Celebrated In India?

Rangwali Holi 2022
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Holi is a two-day celebration that is enjoyed in most parts of the world. Holika Dahan and Rangwali Holi 2022 are occurring in 3rd week of March. The first day of the festival is known as Holika Dahan, where people gather together to celebrate and burn the evil inside them. A pooja is held at that time, and a bonfire is lighted (or prayer). The bonfire is purification, and it is intended to burn away the evil. 

The second day is celebrated as Rangwali Holi where people play with colors. People play with colored powder and colored water on this day. Dhulandi, Dhulendi, and Phagwah are other names for Rangwali Holi. This year Rangwali Holi will be held on March 18, 2022, and Holika Dahan will be held on March 17, 2022. 

Where Do Most Rangwali Holi Celebrations Take Place?

Holi, the festival of colors, is mostly celebrated in India and Nepal, but it has extended to various cultures around the world over the years. Mathura, Vrindavan, Gowardhan, Gokul, Nandagaon, and Barsana are very well Holi Braj regions. The Lathmar Holi, on the other hand, is a world-famous Holi celebration in Barsana.   

Dhulandi – Rangwali Holi 2022 

The festival of colors, also known as ‘Rangwali Holi’ or ‘Dhulandi,’ is being celebrated on 18, March 2022 on Friday. It’s a day for celebrations, having a good time, and letting your creativity flow. People pay visits to friends and family to wish them well, exchange sweets, and cover their faces with different colors. The celebration is known as ‘Rangwali Holi’ since the basic ritual of the day is to play with colors. 

Also Read – Holika Dahan 2022: Date, Time, Significance & How To Celebrate

According to Hinduism, ‘Holika Puja’ is done the night before the festival of ‘Holi’ on the day of ‘Holika Dahan.’ The Hindu ‘Panchang’ suggests that the ‘Holika Dahan’ ritual be conducted at a specific time.  

Rangwali Holi 2022
Rangwali Holi 2022

What Do We Do To Celebrate Holi?

A few days before the Holi festival, preparations begin. For this day, people keep in a variety of foods in their homes. Holi’s most popular food is gujiya. On Holi, people also prepare large quantities of yogurt and a variety of delightful delicacies. 

Also Read – From East To West – Different Types Of Holi Celebrations In India

After playing Holi in the morning, the wonderful delicacies are consumed in the afternoon. People visit one other’s homes on Holi Day to apply color and make Holi wishes. Holi is a day to get over old grievances.    

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