What is Holi Festival?
Holi, a religious and cultural festival, is celebrated across India to signify the triumph of good over evil. It is also known as the festival of colours or love. It is a day where people participate in street festivals, exchange pleasantries and sweets and toss coloured powder at each other. Children try to come up with new and interesting ways to disguise and toss the powder at their family, friends and unsuspecting strangers. Everyone is fair game, in a fun, playful way. It fosters the creation of new friendships and forgiveness of past mistakes.
How Can I Create Holi Fun at Home?
1. Plan a date and area where you can host a BBQ and/or toss coloured powder at each other.
2. Make plans to invite the neighbours.
3. Source coloured powder.
4. Plan the colour toss (fight) options.
Extra Tips to Make Your Home Holi Festival Fun
Looking for a new outdoor birthday party idea? Try a “mini” colour run in the park or your own backyard. Coloured powder can create fun for all ages! Best of all, post party powder clean-up is as easy as watering the grass down with a garden hose or sprinkler.
As parents ourselves, we know how busy you are, so we have broken down the DIY mini colour run into 7 easy steps.
1. Numbers and instructions for other parents
2. Space and course set up
3. How Much Powder do I Need?
4. Powder throwing and safety
5. Extra Cool Ideas
6. Get Excited
To preserve the colour on clothes the best way is to:
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