Holi: significance and meaning of colours

Our country celebrates many festivals throughout the year, and among them, Holi finds a special place at our hearts. This  celebration of colours brings the entire neighbourhood together. People throws colours on each other as  welcoming them to the gathering and making them a part of the holi. From red, , yellow, green, blue etc., people use different colours. People may not be consciously aware of meaning of colours, each colour has a specific significance. Ahead of Holi this year, Know the importance of colours.

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Red symbolises passion, power, sensuality, fertility, auspiciousness, and strength. This colour is widely used during wedding ceremonies.


Yellow symbolises joy and cheerfulness. It lits up the mood and brightens the day. It represents ambitions and wisdom. Goddess Saraswati is associated with yellow, and so is Lord Krishna.


The colour green represents  Mother Nature and its nourishing qualities and prosperity. Furthermore, this colour is associated with Devi Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth.


Blue is the colour of the sky symbolises water. So, this colour represents calm and serenity.

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