People of Maharashtra commonly know this festival of colours by the name of Rangpanchami as the play of colours is reserved for the fifth day here. Locals of Maharashtra also know Holi as Shimga or Shimgo.
The festival is particularly popular amongst fisher folk. They celebrate it in on a large scale and revel in the festivities by singing, dancing and merry-making. This special dance provide them means to release all their repressed feelings, needs and desires. People also utter sound through their mouths in a peculiar fashion by striking their mouths with the back of their hands.
Holi is considered as one of the most celebrated and revered festivals celebrated by the people of Hindu community in India. People in every part of the country and also those living in foreign country celebrate this festival with a...Know More
Holi is considered as an important festival of India and is celebrated around the country with great zeal and enthusiasm. There are also a great many of Holi related festivals that are celebrated in different states of India.Know More