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Malpractices During the Festival of Holi

In present times, there are a lot of malpractices taking place in the name of celebrating Holi. Similarly, on the day of Rang Panchamī, people indulge in malpractices such as – throwing balloons filled with dirty water, applying dangerous dyes and colours to the body, etc. These malpractices harm Dharma, and hence, putting an end to them is our religious duty. Spread this word in society and even after doing so, if you come across such incidents, lodge complaints with the police.

To stop these undesirable practices you can do the following:

  1. Do not apply colours forcibly. Stop people from doing so and give them the reasons.

  2. Stop those who extort money from people on the roads.

  3. Stop beggars from wearing masks of Deities.

  4. Stop people from using excessive colours and hurling water balloons.

  5. Do not use harmful chemical colours.

Celebrate Holi in the traditional way!

But did you ponder over this?

History of Holi

Tradition of Holi

Significance of Dhoolivandan

Significance of Rang Panchami

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One Response to Malpractices During the Festival of Holi

  1. N.Gourav says:

    This is a very important information for our society and livelihood

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