This year, Holi will be celebrated on the 13th of March, and like every year little children have already ready with fancy water guns while the markets are filled with a range of colours.
Celebrated on the day after the full moon in the Hindu month of Phalgunam, Holi is a spring festival and is significant for the harvest season that kick-starts around this time.
The festival of colours is here! It's time to start the celebrations by getting all the basics ready. Here are six tips on how to make natural Holi colours at home.
Happy Holi 2020: Holi was traditionally played with natural colours made from flowers and herbs, but now they have been replaced by chemicals. Here are 8 tips to keep your skin protected.
When you're done playing and the festivities are over, it is quite a task to get all that colour off your skin and hair. Here are 5 easy tips to take care of your skin ...
Happy Holi 2017! No Holi celebration is complete without indulging in sinful gujiyas. Golden fried dumplings stuffed with khoya or coconut and a mix of spices, and then dunked in sugar syrup.