Holi 2020 In India Amidst CoronaVirus

Holi 2020 In India

Holi is one of the major and most vibrant festivals celebrated in India. It is celebrated on different dates every year by the whole of India irrespective of their age and cast. Every year people celebrate Holi at the end of the winters in the month of March after the full moon. Before the day of Holi, a large born fire is lit that helps in burning out the evil spirits and the term given to this holy ritual is Holika Dahan. This ritual can also be defined as a way of showing that evil cannot rise for long. And to celebrate it, we the people of India play with colors and showcase that we all are together. This year Holi 2020 will be celebrated on the 10th of March 2020.

However, in various parts of the country, Holi is celebrated in different ways as well as with different names.

But this year, the outbreak of Coronavirus in different parts of India has dampened the craze for Holi 2020 across the country. Especially in places like Vrindavan and Delhi which are kind of a hub for foreign tourist to come and enjoy this festival.

Usually, the city of Vrindavan and Mathura host a week-long celebration. Although in this Holi 2020, the craze and the crowd are both missing from this holy place. Mostly due to the fear of Coronavirus.

Holi 2020

Even the people of the Vrindavan Iskcon temple requested devotees not to visit the temple for the next two months. And this happened, after 39 people, including six from Agar, tested positive for corona in India.

Also, big names like Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah have earlier announced that they will not take part in Holi 2020 Milan gatherings.

So there are a lot of people who want to stay inside their house and enjoy this festival eating sweets. Rather than going out and celebrating it with colors.

In the end, Happy Holi 2020 from thewordsplay. Enjoy this festival with your loved ones and be safe.

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