Holika Holika

25 Apr 19
namansrivastavaphotography

Posted by Naman Srivastava HOLI FESTIVAL 2020 INDIA – ESSENTIAL GUIDE ON HOW TO PLAN AND CELEBRATE HOLI IN MATHURA AND VRINDAVAN! Planning to celebrate the Holi festival in India at Mathura and Vrindavan in 2020, and looking for resources on how to go about it? This is exactly what happened to me also some […]

24 Apr 19
The Writer's Bloc

By Colleen Neely McKeldin Mall was more colorful than it is on a usual Sunday during the Hindu Students Council’s annual Holi celebration, marking the arrival of spring. The event was organized to celebrate the Hindu holiday, which was on March 20 and 21. Traditionally, castes, gender, age and status are disregarded for the celebration. […]

23 Apr 19
mollyhadss

If you don’t follow me on Instagram (@mollyhadss) you may not know that I have spent the last weekend moving house – therefore my filming has been a little bit delayed, oops. Luckily, in my archives I found this fun little Get Ready With Me video back when my hair was a lot pinker and […]

23 Apr 19
y e o u ☆ m a k e u p

My Sunday night: “add to cart. add to cart. add to cart. add to cart. total = $400. ʘ‿ʘ; . dies. closes out of website.” After that direct deposit hit Monday morning, I ordered $400 worth of makeup, skincare, and other miscellaneous shit I do not need…Just take my money YesStyle (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*$・゚$✧. I am a […]

22 Apr 19
Stories Beneath the Shell

By Sahana Jayaraman There were dance circles and breakdancing; someone did the worm, many jumped into the ODK fountain and everyone smeared brightly-colored powder across one another. It was, after all, a celebration of Holi—albeit at the University of Maryland. Holi originates in India, where it is celebrated across the nation during early spring. Thousands […]

22 Apr 19

Significance of Narasimha Jayanth What is Narasimha Jayanthi? The fourteenth day of the Shukla Paksha (waxing moon) in Vishakha (May-June) month is celebrated as Narasimha Jayanthi. Narasimha is Vishnu’s fourth incarnation who has the face of a lion and the body of a man. He slew the demon, Hiranyakashipu, on this day. Narasimha appeared during […]

22 Apr 19
Guarda il punto.

Holi is a traditional Indian festival that everyone should know. Love, happiness, smiles and lots, lots of colors, that people literally throw themselves on. It’s a celebrating joyful day in which sadness is not contemplated. But what’s behind this festival and, most of all, what is its real meaning? Let’s dig into this as if […]

22 Apr 19
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When and when we enter Holi festival, there is an incredible enthusiasm of celebration in the heart. And, there are shoes to find the best ways to celebrate and celebrate their close and dear ones all over India. With the advent of technologies, it is easy to greet all the friends and families who love […]

19 Apr 19
VANSHIKALIKESTOWRITE

  Friday, 29th Marcha UCD’s Indian Society celebrated Holi on 29th March 2019. Preparations for the festival began weeks in advance. It was a charity event sponsored by The Hope Foundation, which is a non-profit organization that works towards protection of street and slum children in Kolkata. Proceeds from selling more than a hundred tickets, […]

17 Apr 19
thirdeye portrait

I celebrated 2019 Holi in Mathura. I traveled from Chennai to Delhi in Flight and then from Delhi to Agra in Train. I stayed in Zostel, Agra and traveled from Agra to Mathura in a Cab. There are hundred and thousands of blogs online to help you on various things related to Holi. This is […]

13 Apr 19
World Site News

Environmental activists allege that the clearance to the mine violates several conditions set by governments previously, and that 841 hectares of the mine is in dense, ecologically sensitive forests in one of central India’s longest contiguous stretches of tree cover. (Representational Image)The sun is harsh, and some leaves on the trees have turned the colour…

13 Apr 19
Movement and stillness

This tale is inspired by this year’s Holi celebrations in Boston 🙂  Enjoy!! ———— Every year as spring approached, Holika would watch as people in India and around the world prepared for the festival celebrating her death by burning. Thousands of years ago, she had found herself annoyed at the unshakeable piety of her nephew, […]

13 Apr 19
Fun O Fact

Holi Holi is one of the biggest Hindu’s festivals which are celebrated in India, Nepal and other Hindu countries. It is called a festival of colors but in fact those colors reflect different values as love, respect, sacrifice, peace and forgiveness.  “Nobody is enemy just kill the evil inside and save good”. Holi is a Sanskrit name and written in our mythological […]