Holi Colours – For a Safe and Colourful Holi Festival Celebration

Posted: March 8, 2016 in Online Shopping, Shopping Tips
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Hey Guys, Are you ready to do shopping for Holi festival..Only two more weeks to go to celebrate the Festival Of Colors….

Also guys, Chek out few things which are included in Holi Festival shopping –
– Sweets like Gujiya, Bhang Laddoos
– Water Balloons
Holi Water Guns
– Holi Colors

Hey Friends, this blogpost is about importance & significance of Holi Colors….

It’s that time of the year again when we all can be thankful to the diverse Indian culture. Holi is around the corner, and we can’t wait to get out of the house, drench each other in beautiful colours, slyly throw water balloons at strangers, and bathe in coloured water all day long. Well, the real beauty of this festival that one celebrates it across the world and not only India, is the presence of colours that make the world a prettier place. So what are you waiting for? Buy Holi colours this very minute, and make this festival truly amazing.

Holi colors

Buying Holi Colors Online

Online shopping might be your friend in need for a lot of things like accessories, apparel, furniture, home appliances, home décor products and so on. Now you can also enjoy buying Holi colours online , without having to go to the store, and look for them. Just make your life easy by logging in to your favourite portal, type which colours would you prefer, and order a set based on the quantity. Quite simple, right? And there’s more, you also have the option of choosing the type of colour you want – paste and powder, the former being great for playing dry Holi, and the latter being the best ingredient for a wet and fun affair. With colours like blue, green, beige, yellow, purple, pink, red, maroon, orange and green, you can choose a set that has a mix of these, and you are good to go.

Go natural

Playing with chemically-induced colours is no fun, as it can affect your skin in adverse ways. Surely, you wouldn’t want to do that just for the sake of fun. Instead, what you can do is choose organic herbal colours made of natural ingredients, and enjoy playing like never before. Playing with these will ensure your skin doesn’t get affected without compromising on any amount of fun.

Holi Colours And Their Significance

Holi is known by almost all Indians, whichever part of the world they reside in. Some know the religious and sacred aspect of it, while some indulge in it with the sole motive of having fun. Either way, you cannot rule out its significance. And to elaborate on that, you must also know what each colour stands for, as colours, abeer or Holi gulal form the most integral part of this festival.

Red The most popular colour, red looks beautiful. It is not only the colour of love as popular myths say, but it is also a symbol of purity. Playing with this colour adds beauty to the festival.

Green True to its vibrant shade, this colour stands for vitality. Maybe that’s the secret of the zeal and energy you play with.

Blue Serene and calm, this colour is a must-have in your Holi kit. A touch of this amidst all the other colours surely makes you look soaked in amazingness.

Yellow This divine colour is believed to be the pious of all the colours. Whether it is the bright shade, or the religious touch, make yellow your favourite colour to play with this Holi.

Pink Friendly and bold, this colour looks spirited and lively. So make it a part of your fiasco this season, and let your hair down

So pick the Holi colours you love, and let this Holi be the most memorable part of your life.

 

 

 

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