Holi in Himachal Pradesh

Hello, Friend today we talk about a holiday in Himachal Pradesh is celebrated in much the same way as in the remainder of North India. People light bonfires-fires called Holika, symbolic of the success of good over evil.

People in this state are all charged up when it comes to playing with colors.

Pichkaris in various creative and innovative designing are specially bought by children to color anybody who comes in sight and even more to persons who tries to escape...all in good fun.

The interesting fact to differentiate about Holi in Himachal Pradesh is that thousands assemble at the holy shrine of Ponta Sahib in Sirmour district on the banks of Yamuna.

And The shrine is highly regarded and people have great faith in it. No wonder, they chose the auspicious day of Holi to seek divine boons.

And Kullu Holi is marked by mixing snowfall with colors- constructing it an' Ice-Holi '. And While, the main celebrations are held at the world famous Slang Pass, which witnesses the heaviest snowfall in the country.

Conclusion


The Holi in Himachal Pradesh is celebrated in much the same way as in rest of North India. People light bonfires-fires called Holika, symbolic of the success of good over evil.

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