HOnour of LIke (HOLI)

Today's Holi means "Honour of Like". That is the real spirit of Holi, as a secular country. We have to give the honour of others likes and dislike. Holi is now worldwide known as the festival of colours as well as Hinduism festival. In India, Holi is celebrated in the honour of Lord Krishna and on the full moon day falling in the month of Phalguna (end of February and mid of March according to English calendar ).

HOnour of LIke
Hindu people perform some rituals in front of the bonfire (known as Holika).  Before playing Rangwali Holi we burn some old but natural things to pure our environment that is part of our life but not good for civil society future. the same message comes from Holika Dahan describes as we refuse bad things about people and those bad things cannot be accepted as "Honour of like".

Holika Dahan

Many people of other religions the festival of colours celebrate to fill different colours and happiness in life, Holi festivals memories rejoice us till next Holi. There is many saying and legends, we all know many articles, prose, and poetry written on Holi. My message to the world by Holi is here I mentioned it as "Honour of like".


The colours of happiness for all should be the same. The resources of the country for all should equally. In the country, all religions should equal priority. We have to honour each other all around the world, spread the message of Indian Holi as "Honour of Like".



  1. Very Nice Information - Keep It Up Happy Holi Dear

    1. Thanks for the appreciation of the article. Here's wishing you a colorful Holi.

      Muhammad Jahanzaib

  2. Liked the post. Thanks for sharing such great information. You may know about the Holi 2020 date and various Holi celebrations in a precise way.


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