Holi 2023: Holi is one of the major festivals of India. Holi means the festival of colors, Hindu mythology is also associated with Holi. Many legends are also popular about Holi. The first day of this festival is known as Holi and the second day is known as Dheti. Holi is a festival celebrated on Poonam day of Phagan month.
Post Title: Holi 2023
Post Name: Significance of Holi
On which date is Holi?: (Dust) 08-03-2023
On which date is Holika Dahan?: 06/07-03-2023
Significance of Holi
Holi means the festival of colours, it is a Hindu festival celebrated with much fanfare in India as well as in other countries. Holi is also known as “Dolayatra” or “Vasantotsava”. The first day of this festival is known as Holi and the second day is known as Dheti. Holi is a festival celebrated on Poonam day of Phagan month.On the evening of Holi, chana, firewood are arranged at places like village padar or village main square and society in town, villagers gather and come to light Holi (holika dahan) and people go around it on this day Dates, Daliya, Coriander People keep food. On the second day, Dhutheti, the festival of colours, is celebrated
On which date is Holi? / What date is the dusty?
In the year 2023, Holi is on 6/7-03-2023, which is Poonam of Phagan month. Talking about major pilgrimage places, some temples will celebrate Holi on 06-03-2023 and some temples will celebrate Holi on 07-03-2023. Dhutheti will be celebrated on 07-03-2023.
Holika Dahan Muhurat / Holi Muhurat 2023
The date 06-03-2023 is Monday 6:53 PM just minutes after sunset so there is no room for accumulation and doubt. Many people say to burn Holika Dahan on Tuesday 07-03-2023 but it is not suitable because Holi is considered as a night festival and it also has to have Poonam then Poonam starts at 04:18 PM. Monday is Poonam during the whole night.When on Tuesday evening, unit is done at 06:09 minutes and then sunset is at 6:53 minutes. (06-03-2023 Monday Holika Dahan 06:53 PM Fasting, 07-03-2023 Tuesday Poonam Padtar Day Fasting-Vrat, 08-03-2023 Dusty Wednesday) (Note: Information about this auspicious muhurat is available to us through various mediums So check the authenticity).
Talks related to Holi
Holi is the festival of colours. Holi is also associated with many mythological stories such as 1) The story of Prahlad and Hiranyakashyap 2) The story of Radha and Krishna 3) The story of Krishna and Putana 4) The story of Shiva Parvati. People believe that all these stories are somehow connected with Holi festival.
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