Holi is a special festival celebrated on Phalgun Purnima. It is full of colours and joy marking its presence with exuberance and enthusiasm. Bright bonding colours of love and togetherness, melodious music, social mingling, delicious gujiyas form the Rainbow of Happiness on the Blasting Festival Of Holi.
Not just rainbow, colours or sweets, Holi also brings the message of peace and happiness. It reminds us of Narashima, Prahlada and Hiranyakashyapa depicting Truth and Humanity as invincible forces in the Universe. It spreads the message of divinity and eternal love of Lord Krishna and Radha. It is a two day festival with Chhoti Holi or Holika Dahan that marks the victory of good over evil followed by Dhulandi or Rangwali Holi where people spray colours & water balloons with fun and frolic.
For a safe and joyous Holi one should play with natural homemade colours. One should play safe and should not get too boisterous. Hair should be covered and oiled and face to be well creamed.
Hallmark Faculty dipped in hues of love and trust enjoyed the festival of Holi wishing each other all colours of trust, friendship and peer coordination. Holi in Hallmark symbolises the different learnings very well twinned with one another as the different colours blend perfectly on Holi.