Holi is all about making merry with colours and cheer up the living. Holi is the day to express love with colours. It is time to show affection. All the colours that are on you are of love! Holi is a special time of the year to remember those who are close to our hearts with splashing colours! Let the colours of Holi spread the message of peace and happiness. Here is the list to help you all to celebrate the festival of colour eco-friendly.
• Make your colours
Make colours at home. Your friends and neighbours will love you for this, as there are no harsh chemicals to deal with and no side effects. They are easily washable also and it will add up extra cheerfulness in the festival of colour where the colour is self-made.
• Celebrate a waterless Holi
No water in pichkaris, no hurling water balloons, paints and bags on each other. Try to celebrate this holiday with safe and dry colours without the usage of water. So try to have a new kind of holiday with your family and friends.
• Say it with flowers
You can celebrate Holi with flowers too. Many parts of North India like Lucknow, Pushkar, etc., indulge in this type of celebration. So it may give you immense pleasure to celebrate this festival with new ideologies, flowers will provide a sacred feel to your cheer.
• Holi party
Instead of celebrating Holi with colours and water, focus on delicious food. Organise a food party and have a Holi special food on your menu, from Puran Poli and Gujiyas. Keep the Holi playlist handy and shake a leg. If this is not enough, try theme-based parties.
• Don’t throw colours on animals
Colouring animals is not good. Chemical colours cause harm to their bodies. Be more sensitive towards them and celebrate animal-friendly Holi. This is a festival for self- enjoyment, throwing colours at animals is not a good idea to get entertainment.