Holi Date 2019 in India is 21st March 2019 and the festival be falling on a Thursday. The festival is also known as Rangpanchami in many states of India.  Well, the festival of Holi is celebrated in different states in special ways but the Holi 2019 in Vrindavan is best and distributed in three days. The Lathmaar Holi 2019 will be celebrated on the 15th March 2019 in Barsaana and on 16th March 2019 in Nandgaon. The Phoolon Wali Holi will be celebrated on the 17th march 2019, Widow Holi on 18th March 2019. After then Holi will be celebrated in the Banke Bihari Temple on 19th March 2019 until the 21st March which is the Dhulandi.

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Well, according to us, the Holi is the most amazingly celebrated in the Bihar state and that is why you can try out visiting there one. The Holi 2019 in Bihar is next level for sure. If you are still confused about the New Holi 2019 Time Table, you can have a quick glance at the Holi 2019 in India Time Table from down below.

Holi 2019 Date / Ranpanchami Date in India with Time Table

Name of the Occasion Date Venue
Lathmaar Holi 2019 15th March 2019 Barsaana
Lathmaar Holi 2019 16th March 2019 Nandgaon
Phoolon Wali Holi 17th March 2019 Vrindavan
Widow Holi 2019 18th March 2019 Vrindavan
Holi at Bake-Bihari Temple 19th March 2019 Vrindavan
Holi, Rangpanchami / Dhulandi 2019 21st March 2019 All over India

 

Me, you and perhaps every one of us are really really excited about the festival. I mean like I had searched for the Holi 2019 date in India around months ago. Holi is one of the most amazing festivals which is filled with ample amount of fun and frolic. It is one festival which is also famous outside India, now how awesome is that. Well, Holi is a festival that has its own panache and nobody can resist playing with colors.

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” Dipped in hues of love and trust has come the festival of Holi”.

Do you remember how we used to get in a fun mood and throw ice cold water on our friends on that Holi winter morning, well they did the vice versa too! Seems like, we have been experiencing the ice cold water challenge long before it started.

Rangapanchami Date 2019 

Holi 2019 Date in India

Holi 2019 Date in India

The Holi 2019 date is  21st March and it falls on a Thursday which is an awesome coincidence because you get a long weekend to get the colors off your face. Like everything in this world has a past, the festival of Holi has a history too. If you want to know more about it, please have a look over here.

Let us know about the week of Holi more precisely, just hold your colors and get into the flow.

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Dhulandi 2019 | 21st March 2019

holi date 2019 in india

Holi festival is classified into two days, namely the Holika Dahan and the Dhulandi. The Dhulandi date 2019 is 21st of March and the Holika Dahan will be done on the 20th of March itself. On this day, people play with colors and water guns so as to celebrate the victory of good over evil.

Relation of Holi 2019 with the Season of Spring

Have you observed that after the Dhulandi day, the weather actually changes, you might realize that you feel a little warmth and cheerful kind of atmosphere, well it is said that it is also made because it signifies the start of spring.

Significance of Dhulandi 2019

On Dhulandi, children and adults spray colors on each other. People also use water guns on each other which is my favorite part of this festival. According to me, It is fun to play with water! And I am sure most of you enjoy it heck a lot. The Dhulandi is derived from the word “ Dhuli”.  It is said that even rivals hug it out and sort out their conflicts on this festival. The Holi festival truly brings happiness galore. The Thandai is the major highlight of this festival. Besides, that Gujiya, Puran Poli, Kachori and Dahi Bada is also savored.

Rangpanchami 2019

holi date 2019 date in india

The Hindu festival Rangpanchami 2019 falls on the day of  Phalgun Krishna Paksha which is 5 days after the festival of Holi i.e. 25th March 2019. It is actually celebrated by throwing the Gulal on each other on the dark fortnight of Phalgun. People widely know this month as the month of “Chet”. It is actually made so as to reduce the aura of the Rajas and Tamas. The bliss of the colors is actually believed to attract the five elements of nature which actually attracts the deities.

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