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Thursday, 1 March 2018

All Time Best Bollywood Songs For Holi 2018

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Best Bollywood Songs for Holi 2018: Holi is a Hindu festival which is celebrated in India and Nepal. Holi/ Dhuleti festival also known as “festival of colours” or the “festival of love”. Actually, it’s two-day festival.  The first day is known as Holika Dahan (हॊलिका दहन) or Chhoti Holi and the second as Rangwali HoliDhuletiDhulandi or Dhulivandan. This year we are going to celebrate Holi on the 2nd March. Everyone was eagerly waiting for this festival and it has now arrived.

Bollywood songs for holi 2018


In 2018, Holi will be celebrated on Friday, March 2. The night before will be celebrated as Holika Dahan. People gather to perform religious rituals in front of the bonfire and pray that their internal evil is destroyed the way Holika, the sister of the demon king Hiranyakashipu, was killed in the fire. The next morning is all about fun, dance and making merry. People throw water-balloons at each other. Nowadays, there is also a growing trend of playing a ‘Dry Holi’, i.e. only with colours and flowers, in order to conserve water.


Over the years, Bollywood has given us several hit songs based on the festival of Holi. Here are the best Holi songs of all time:




Also Read: 



Best Bollywood Holi Songs (Hindi)


1. Balam Pichkari






2. Hori Khele Raghuveera





3. Aaj Na Chhodenge




4. Rang Barse





5. Ang Se Ang Lagana






6. Special Holi Party Songs Collection








7. Soni Soni







Hope you liked our collection of Bollywood songs for Holi 2018.


Wednesday, 28 February 2018

Best Happy Holi 2018 Images, Wallpapers | Happy Holi GIFs, Animated & 3D Image for Whatsapp, Facebook

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Happy Holi 2018 Images, Wallpapers | Happy Holi GIF, Animated & 3D Image 2017 for Whatsapp, Facebook: Holi is one of the most traditional festivals of India. People use a variety of colours to play Holi with best friends, lovers, and family members.


Holi is a Hindu festival which is celebrated in India and Nepal. Holi/ Dhuleti festival also known as “festival of colours” or the “festival of love”. Actually, it’s two-day festival.  The first day is known as Holika Dahan (हॊलिका दहन) or Chhoti Holi and the second as Rangwali HoliDhuletiDhulandi or Dhulivandan. This year we are going to celebrate Holi on the 2nd March. Everyone was eagerly waiting for this festival and it has now arrived.


As the era of technology is increasing day by day, people are becoming more and more advanced. In earlier times, people used to go to their friend's home to wish them Happy Holi. But, Today we all have lots of online friends and it is not possible to wish them directly. So, we send them Happy Holi Images to wish them Happy Holi.

So we have collected some of the best Happy Holi Images for you. Here is our huge collection:

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Also Read: Best Happy Holi Messages, Quotes, Wishes




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Tuesday, 27 February 2018

Best Happy Holi Essays For Students in English

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Happy Holi Essays in English | Paragraph Writing On Holi Festival |Essays On Holi |:  As Holi is almost here, students generally are supposed to write an essay on Holi in exams, competitions etc. So we have collected some of the best Happy Holi essays for students in English.



Happy Holi Essays


Happy Holi Essays in English 200 Words

#1 
Holi is one of the biggest festival of  India, also know as the festival of colors. This festival is celebrated every year by the Hindu people in India. Holi falls every year in the spring season in the month of Falgun (or March). It is one of the happiest festivals of the Hindus like Diwali. It is celebrated every year on the first day of Chaitra month. The whole environment and nature look very beautiful and colorful at the time of Holi.
In ancient time, There was a cruel King named Hiranyakashipu who has a sister named Holika. Both of them were killed by Lord Narasimha. Lord Narasimha is one of the avatars of Lord Vishnu. Lord Narasimha killed both King Hiranyakashipu has a sister Holika to save Prahlada. Prahlada son of King Hiranyakashipu. He believes in Lord Vishnu were as King Hiranyakashipu is king of evils. One day Holika Traps Prahalada and she took Prahalada in a big fire.
Holika felt that she is wearing the cloak that will prevent her from the fire and as the trap, Prahlada will die in the fire. But, when they both entered the fire, the cloak flew from Holika and covered Prahalad. Holika burned in the fire and Prahlad prevented. When this don in the front of King Hiranyakashipu, he became angry. He decided to kill his son Prahlada. He has broken all the pillars of his house and suddenly from a pillar lord Narasimha came out and killed the demon king.
From that day, people started celebrating this day as Holi. Everyone started playing colors and meeting happily with each other. On this day, people also collect the woods and burn the Holika, which is also known as Holika Dahan. 



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Holi is one of the famous festivals celebrated all over India and in other countries of South Asia with great enthusiasm. Holi is a festival of colors and people spray colors on one another on this day. Holi is a festival of happiness which signifies the arrival of the spring season; the celebrations are arranged as a thanksgiving for a good harvest. Holi is considered as the mark of hope and joy. The festival also signifies the victory of good over evil. The festival generally falls in the month of March and sometimes in the month of February.
Holi is one of the major festivals of our country. Holi is also known as the:
• Festival of Love
• Festival of Colors
Holi falls in the month of Phalgun on a full moon day. The celebration generally falls in the month of March (sometimes in the month of February). The festival signifies the beginning of spring season. Holi is also considered as a Thanksgiving for a good harvest.
Holi is a festival that is considered as a day where people forget, forgive, make up broken relationships and got back to the happy world again. On this happy day, people spray colors on each other and play games. By spraying colors people have fun and forget all their worries.
The legend of Holi goes back to the ages of the Demon King Hiranyakashyap. He, on a wild effort to make his son worship him, instead of Lord Vishnu, made his sister Holika to go into a blazing fire with Prahaladha. Holika had a boon that she can be immune to fire. While going into the blazing fire with Prahaladha, Holika turned into ashes but Prahaladha was saved by Lord Vishnu. (Holika’s boon will work only if she entered the fire alone)
Time since this legend, people all across India celebrate this day as Holi signifying the victory of good over evil. People light a bonfire during this festival indicating the death of Holika. After a day full of excitement, people spend evenings with friends and relatives by exchanging sweets and greetings. It is believed that Holi induces the feeling of brotherhood in the minds of everyone and even enemies become intact on this day.

Happy Holi Essays in English 100 Words

Holi is the most popular festival of colors which is celebrated all over India. On this day people celebrate it by applying colors to each other with lots of love and happiness. This is the religious festival of Hindus but some people of other religion celebrate this festival with brotherhood. On this festival, people make delicious foods and sweets and serve it to others. We also sing Phagul Song (Fagua) with excitement using musical instruments like Dholak, Kirtal, and other instruments. At this special movement, we also get chance to eat awesome and delicious items like Gujhiya, Sweets, Puri, Kheer etc. Before a day of Holi, People also celebrate Holika Dahan by burning Holika.


We hope you liked our collection of happy holi essays and these essays will be helpful for you!

Happy Holika Dahan | Happy Choti Holi GIF, Image, Story, Wishes, Messages, Quotes, HD Wallpapers 2018

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Here is our huge collection of Happy Holika Dahan 2018 Wishes, Messages & SMS in the Hindi, English. You can share these Holika Dahan Messages with your best friends, lovers and family member via Whatsapp, Facebook & Hike.



Holika Dahan Story

According to a story from Bhagavata Purana, Hiranyakashipu and Hiranyaksha are Vishnu's gatekeepers Jaya and Vijaya, born on earth as the result of a curse from the Four Kumaras. In Satya Yuga, Hiranyakashipu and Hiranyaksha - together called the Hiranyas - were born to Diti, daughter of Daksha Prajapathi, and sage Kashyapa.


He went to the Himalayas and began to perform severe penance for many years. Lord Brahma was pleased by his penance and asked him for a boon. He asked for a boon that would make him as good as immortal. He asked that let death does not come to me either by man or beast, nor devil, nor god shall cause my death by day or by night with steel or stone or wood, indoors or outdoors, or earth or in the sky. Grant me undisputed lordship over the world. With Boon, he became very domineering and egoistic. In this state of mind, he ordered that only he should be worshipped as God in his kingdom. Now considered himself invincible and started a reign of terror, hurting and killing everyone on earth and conquest of the three lokas.


Whilst Hiranyakashipu had been performing the penance to be granted this boon, his home had been attacked by Indra and the other devas seizing the opportunity in his absence. Lord Indra had even abducted his wife, Queen Kayadhu who was expecting a child. At this point the divine sage, Narada intervened in order to protect Hiranyakashipu's wife, Kayadhu and the unborn baby who was a supreme devotee of Lord Vishnu. Under the guidance of Narada, her unborn child (Hiranyakashipu's son) Prahlada, became affected by the transcendental instructions of the sage even at such a young stage of development.


Hiranyakashipu eventually becomes so angry and upset at his son's devotion to Vishnu (who he sees as his mortal enemy) that he decides he must kill him. The demons tried to use their illusionary powers on Prahlad but none of their powers could stand before him. He tried to influence Prahlad against Lord Vishnu but failed and Prahlad was still as devoted as ever to Lord Vishnu. He ordered him to be trampled underfoot by an elephant. The enraged elephant was unable to crush the body. They threw him over a precipice, but, as Vishnu resided in the heart of Prahlada, he came down upon the earth as gently as a flower drops upon the grass. They tried Poison, burn, starvation, throwing into a well, enchantments, and other measures on the child one after another, but to no purpose. They failed in all their attempts because Lord Vishnu was protecting his devotee.


As a last hope, the king called his demoness sister, Holika for help. Holika has a distinctive cloak that when worn prevented her from being harmed by fire. By preparing a bonfire Hiranyakashipu asked Holika to sit with his son Prahlad in her lap in the hope that he will become a victim to fire. Without any fear of death, Prahlada started chanting the mantras of Lord Vishnu. As the fire grew, a strong breeze started swaying the cloak. The cloak flew from Holika and covered Prahlad. It was then that she was charred to death and Prahlad remained unharmed.


Since then, the night is celebrated as Holika Dahan. Hindus build bonfire with woods celebrates the victory and devotion of Prahlada or the success of good over evil and enjoy next day with colours.




Holika Dahan Timings| Muhurta

Holika Dahan Muhurta = 18:16 to 20:47
Duration = 2 Hours 30 Mins
Bhadra Punchha = 15:54 to 16:58
Bhadra Mukha = 16:58 to 18:45

Rangwali Holi on 2nd, March
Purnima Tithi Begins = 08:57 on 1/Mar/2018
Purnima Tithi Ends = 06:21 on 2/Mar/2018

Happy Holika Dahan Wishes, Messages


May God gift you all the colors of life
Colors of joy
Colors of happiness
Colors of friendship
Colors of love and all other colors you want to paint in your life.
HAPPY HOLIKA DAHAN 2017.



Holi is the time to develop understanding and love for each other.Here,is a platform for u all to renew ur friendship and to express heart.
HAPPY HOLIKA DAHAN 2017.


Even though I am far away from My Friends
I can feel the colours of Holi celebration.
HAPPY HOLIKA DAHAN 2017.



Lets burn our all bad things with this Holika Dahan.
Wish you all a very Happy Holika Dahan.



Aaao hum sabhi milker apne sare papoo ko
is Holika dahan me nasht kar de.
Isi sandesh k sath aap sabhi ko Holika Dahan
ki hardik Shubhkamanaye!!!!!!!!



Hey Lord Vishnu! Jis Tarah se aapne Bhakt Prahlad Ki
Dusht Holika se raksha ki thi, usi prakar hey prabhu
aap hame bhi aa ke bachao…Bhangwaan Vishnu apki sari
manokamana puri kare ..happy Holika Dahan!!!!!!!!!!!



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Sunday, 25 February 2018

Top 5 Places To Have Bhang In India For Holi

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Top 5 Places To Have Bhang In India For Holi : Holi is one of the wildest Indian festivals. There are packs of kids heaving all around throwing water balloons at unassuming strangers, passersby being splashed by buckets of coloured water being thrown over them and desserts that will undoubtedly draw out the epicurean in you.



And as if all that was not enough for a single day, we Indians decided to throw another crazy element into the fold – bhang. Bhang, an edible preparation of cannabis, has been synonymous with Holi since the creation of this festival. It's been here since before the Vedic period (that's easily 2000 years) and is deeply associated with one of the chief Hindu Gods, Shiva. Shiva is also known as the "Lord of Bhang" and it is believed that Shiva was the first ever bhang creator and he did so when he found the plant in the Himalayas. Bhang is usually consumed with thandai, a sweet milk-based drink. Consuming bhang tends to lift one’s spirits and lower inhibitions, setting just the right mood for a festival like Holi.


So here are the top 5 places in India where you can buy/ have bhang quite easily:


Also Read: Best Happy Holi Messages, Quotes, Wishes

Top 5 Places To Have Bhang In India

1. Sarkari theka bhang, Mathura

Visit this government authorised bhang shop near the bus stop named 'Sarkari Theka Bhang'. They sell bhang golis and lassi.
2. Blue lassi shop, Varanasi

This place serves 75 varieties of fresh lassi. The 'Special Lassi' in their menu is made from bhang and dry fruits. 


3. Doctor bhang, Jaisalmer

This bhaang shop is 35 years old and located on the streets of Jaisalmer and it serves amazing 'bhaang lassi'. You will find 'bhang' in various varities like chocolates, cookies, sweets, buttermilk and juice as well. 

4. Special lassi, Pushkar

This is one of the many shops located on the streets of Pushkar that serve varieties of bhang to the travellers. They offer amazing 'bhang lassi' in various sizes.

5. Noida Sector 15

Theka Bhang, Thekha Wali Gali, Noida Sector 15, Noida - 201301, Near Sai Mandir. Ask locals for directions.
Phone number: +91-9718669971

All these shops are legal bhang shops i.e. government approved bhang-shop.

How To Make Bhang Laced Thandai At Home For Holi

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How To Make Bhang Laced Thandai At Home For Holi: Holi is one of the wildest Indian festivals. Holi is here and we're all getting the itch. A dry itch. A thirst really. And this thirst can only be quenched with that special drink. Bhang. Bhang, an edible preparation of cannabis, has been synonymous with Holi since the creation of this festival. Bhang can be enjoyed in many ways.

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The most popular of them all is the Bhang laced Thandai, so

Here's how to make bhang laced thandai at home 


Bhaang is prepared by grounding the buds and leaves of Cannabis using a mortar and pestle into a green paste. It is mixed with milk, ghee, and spices to prepare a nutritious, refreshing drink known as Thandai, which is intoxicating in nature.


Ingredients to make bhang laced thandai at home :


1 1/2 liter - Water 1 1/2 cups - Sugar 1 cup - Milk 1 tbsp - Almonds 1 tbsp - Watermelon/Cantaloupe seeds (dried and skinned) 1/2 tbsp - Poppy seeds 1/2 tbsp - Aniseed 1/2 tsp - Cardamom powder 1 tsp - Peppercorns (whole) 1/4 cup - Dried or fresh rose petals (Gulkand variety)


Method to make bhang laced thandai at home:


Soak sugar in 1/2 liter of water and all other dry ingredients in 2 cups of water for at least 2 hours. Grind all soaked ingredients (not sugar) to a very fine paste. Mix remaining water to the paste and strain it using a strong muslin strainer to extract the liquid into a vessel until the residue becomes dry. Add milk and sugar to the extracted liquid. Mix the cardamom powder in the milk. Chill for an hour or two before serving.

Also Read: Places to score Bhang


Other ways to enjoy bhang are :



Bhang water: Pound cannabis leaves along with a little black pepper and sugar, dilute with water and drink up.


Bhang cocktail: Soak the ground leaves in warm water overnight to get rid of water-soluble impurities. Drain off, put in an airtight jar and add chosen spirit. Seal the container and leave it be for a day or so. Then, strain the liquid and voila, your potion is ready. Mixing with fruit juice is recommended.


Bhang pizza: Sprinkle ground leaves as topping on the pizza base and bake.


Bhang cake/halwa: Melt ghee in a pan, sprinkle finely crumbled leaves and stir gently for about half hour. The idea is to extract the THC (the chemical responsible for the high) into the fat. When the ghee’s done, sieve the mixture into a pan and leave to cool. Mix this fat with cake mix and bake. Or use this ghee to prepare halwa.


Bhang golees/pakodas: Golees are nothing but condiments and bhang leaves ground into a fine paste and rolled into peppery, chewy little balls. You could also add finely powdered leaves to ‘pakoda’ batter, dip veggies in it and deep fry on medium flame until lightly golden.


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Top Places To Score Bhang In Delhi NCR For Holi

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Top Places To Score Bhang In Delhi NCR For Holi : According to me, Holi is one of the wildest Indian festivals. There are packs of kids heaving all around throwing water balloons at unassuming strangers, passersby being splashed by buckets of coloured water being thrown over them and desserts that will undoubtedly draw out the epicurean in you.

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And as if all that was not enough for a single day, we Indians decided to throw another crazy element into the fold – bhang. Bhang, an edible preparation of cannabis, has been synonymous with Holi since the creation of this festival. It's been here since before the Vedic period (that's easily 2000 years) and is deeply associated with one of the chief Hindu Gods, Shiva. Shiva is also known as the "Lord of Bhang" and it is believed that Shiva was the first ever bhang creator and he did so when he found the plant in the Himalayas. Bhang is usually consumed with thandai, a sweet milk-based drink. Consuming bhang tends to lift one’s spirits and lower inhibitions, setting just the right mood for a festival like Holi.


So all the Delhiites? Want to know where can you find Bhang in your Delhi NCR? So here are the top places in Delhi-NCR where you can buy/ score bhang quite easily:


Also Read: Best Happy Holi Messages, Quotes, Wishes

Top Places To Score Bhang In Delhi NCR

1. Yusuf Sarai
Go to Yusuf Sarai and ask for "Mandir Vali Gali"- thats where you will find bhang. You can also find bhaang laced pakoras at this place which you should try atleast once in your lifetime.

2. Kamla Nagar
Kamla Nagar is the place where all the DU North Campus students head to score bhang. Every other paan shop in Kamla Nagar acquires impressive sourcing abilities during Holi, so ask any paan vala and he will guide you the place where you can get bhang.

3. Greater Kailash
You can easily find bhang in M Block market, Greater Kailash. There's a famous paan shop that stocks the stuff.

4. Paharganj
This place is famous for these type of stuffs so ask around for sellers and don't be surprised if the sellers come asking you if you'd like to buy.

5. Noida Sector 15
Theka Bhang, Thekha Wali Gali, Noida Sector 15, Noida - 201301, Near Sai Mandir. Ask locals for directions.
Phone number: +91-9718669971