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Holi – Festival of colors
Holi – Festival of colors 2021
- Sun, 28th: Holika Dahan, Anvdhan, Falgun Chaumasi Chaudas (14th lunar day), Panguni Uthiram, Palm Sunday
- Mon, 29th: Holi Festival of colors, Vasant / Falgun / Dol Purnima, Ishti, Falgun ashtahnik ends, Chaitanya Mahaprabhu jayanti
Holi, the Festival of Colors in New Zealand: HOLI होली festival is celebrated on full moon day (Purnima) of Falgun month as per Indian calendar. This is a two days festival, first day evening is burning of Holika the devil and second day is the color festival. Thus this festival is also known as Festival of Colours.
Festivals within the period of Holi are Rang Panchmi (2nd Apr), Sheetla Saptami (3rd Apr), Sheetla Ashtami / Basoda (4th Apr)
Holi and other festivals on the same day:
- Holika Dahan होलिका दहन
- Falgun Vasant Purnima, Dol Purnima फाल्गुन वसंत पूर्णिमा
- Attukal Pongal
- Anvadhan, Masi Magam
- Falgun Chaumasi Chaudas फाल्गुन चौमासी चौदस
- Falgun Ashtahnika Ends
- Chaitanya Mahaprabhu Jayanti चेतन्य महाप्रभु जयन्ती
Prayers and Holika Dahan is organized at many temples across New Zealand. Holi celebrations with colors are enjoyed across many communities across New Zealand. Krishna Holi at ISKCON Kumeu is one of the most famous Festival of colours in New Zealand.
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