People also throw water balloons on each other and on passer-by too. Hours pass by throwing colours on each other and it seems as if it's just the start of the day.
It's a festival of gaiety but then there are few who make this festival, a festival of evil.
In our villages people move about with colored water. Its Importance Holi is an important festival of the Hindus. It gives us the message of friendship and goodwill.
In the evening they visit their friends and neighbors.
With all the colours covering the whole surrounding the atmosphere, it is difficult for all of us to see each other.
On this day, we all sing and dance to music along with spraying colours on everybody.
My mother keep frying them in the pan, while we sisters do the rolling, cutting and filling part of it.
There is no difference between the rich and the poor. It is a happy occasion when we forget our cares and anxieties. The other ones specially, the purple is one I hate to use on Holi. I also enjoy preparing gujiyas with my mother and sisters.
They do this by infuriating the strangers by forcefully throwing colours on them; some use colours that are difficult to remove and unsafe for skin and health.
Many take it as a day of drinking alcohol but we should not forget that Holi is a festival of triumph of good over evil.