With Holi celebrations just around the corner, it’s time to grab some colourful gulaals, pichkaris and thandai. While Holi symbolizes the celebration of spring season and festival of colours you need to ensure that you celebrate it responsibly and play and laugh and repair broken relationships. Celebrating Holi responsibly is the key to having a good time. Hence, you must have information on certain do’s and don’ts to enjoy safe and eco-friendly Holi this year.

Holi Calendar, Date: When is Holi in 2020?

Holi is a popular Hindu festival of India and is celebrated on different dates every year. This great Indian festival (Holi) is observed at the end of the winters in the month of March after the full Moon. It is one of the major festivals of India and is celebrated with a lot of enthusiasm. Holi is one of the major Hindu festivals of India which has become popular with non-Hindus as well in many parts of South Asia, as well as people of other communities outside Asia.

The date of Holi is different every year in India! In most of India, Holi is celebrated at the end of winter, on the day after the full moon in March each year. On the eve of Holi, large bonfires are lit to mark occasion and to burn evil spirits. This is known as Holika Dahan.

Holi Date and Muhurat 2020

  • Holika Dahan: 09th March 2020
  • Holi Celebration Date 2020
  • Holi: 10th March 2020

Dos for Safe and Eco-Friendly Holi

Here are some things you should keep in mind:

  • Oil your hair well before you venture out to play Holi
  • Use eco-friendly and organic homemade colours only
  • Stay hydrated and drink plenty of water to maintain energy levels
  • Apply sunscreen on face and arms to protect your skin
  • Use dry Holi colours and save water
  • Wear full sleeve and full-length clothing to give your skin maximum protection
  • Paint your nails to prevent your nails from staining
  • Use cleansing milk or coconut oil to remove excess colour from your face
  • Keep first aid kit and emergency number list ready
Dos for Safe and Eco-Friendly Holi

Don’ts for Safe and Eco-Friendly Holi

Here are some things that you should avoid:

  • Avoid playing with eggs and mud for Holi celebrations
  • Don’t Drink
  • Avoid metallic colours and shades of blue and green
  • Don’t pour colours on plants and animals and pets at home
  • Don’t let kids play with harsh colours that can lead to skin allergies
  • Don’t use kerosene to remove colours from your face and skin
  • Avoid throwing water balloons as its impact can hurt someone
  • Don’t eat with your hands if your hands are stained with colours
  • Avoid eating too much as that can lead to indigestion issues
Don’ts for Safe and Eco-Friendly Holi

We hope you like our Holi safety tips; if you have any, you can mail us at Info@jain4jain.com Let’s celebrate a happy and safe holi this year. Team Jain4Jain wishes all of you; a happy and wonderful HOLI.

Dos And Don’Ts For Safe And Eco-Friendly Holi
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