Holi, the joyous festival of colours and celebrations is one of the most awaited festivals in Jaipur. Everywhere you can spot Jaipurites purchasing different shades of colours, pichkaris and how can we miss everyone’s favourite water balloons! In every temple, you can see Phaag utsav being celebrated with great razzmatazz.
You must be thinking that every Jaipurite loves this festival, you got that wrong! Some people believe that the colours of Holi are not good for the skin and they are harmful to the environment too. But guess, what with proper precautions taken, this festival is as healthy as you can think. Here are the reasons why.
– Playing Holi makes you summer ready
After a long, tiring and lazy winter that we all face, the singing and dancing at Holi makes us all summer ready. Our body loosens up a bit and we become more active after the celebrations.
– A colourful Holi protects you from diseases
You think colours are harmful to the skin, let’s give you a different perspective today. Playing with Holi colours and the fire that is burnt on Holika Dahan cleans the environment and protects us from various diseases.
– Get drenched in colourful selfies
This is the only day when the craziest and colourful selfie wins. Funny tongue out poses, quirky poses fill our social media profiles that day and honestly, we love them !
– Enjoy some toothsome Gujjiya
Without Gujjiya, Holi seems to be incomplete. Seeing the sight of Gujjiya right after playing Holi is blissful for all.
– Don’t need to dress-up for Holi
Holi is that festival for which you can wear any clothes without thinking twice. So dress as you like and you are Holi ready.
– Officially go crazy with friends and family
Getting permission from parents is a big task, but on this day you are officially allowed to go as crazy as possible be it with your friends or family.
So Guys and girls, don’t miss playing Holi this year because it’s fun and guess what, healthy too ! 😀