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The celebration of Holi is the celebration of ultimate triumph of 'good' over 'evil'.  While, a feast of colours associated with the Holi, is the face of this celebration, the original reason of celebrating Holi, lies in its soul. 

The legend goes that once there was a demon king named Hiranyakashipu who powered by a boon that no man or animal nor any God can kill him, ordered everybody in his kingdom to worship him, instead of God.  However, Hiranyakashipu’s young son, Prahalad, who was an ardent devotee of Vishnu, continued to worship Him.  So Hiranyakashipu planned to burn Prahalad to death and asked the favour of his sister Holika who, because of a boon, was immune to fire.  A pyre was lit up and Holika sat on it, clutching Prahalad.  Yet, at the end Prahalad emerged unscathed by the fire, and Holika was burned to ashes.  Thus was the triumph of Prahlad, the representative of good and the defeat of Holika, the representative of evil.  This legend is relived even today on the Holi-eve.  People light up huge bonfires every year on the eve of the full moon night of the Holi to burn the spirit of the evils. 


Now, let us look into the face as to how Holi assumed a colourful face.  It is linked to the legend of Krishna, the king of the ancient city of Dwarka, who is said to have popularised the tradition of Holi.  In his boyhood Krishna used to play pranks with his boyhood mates of Gokul and Vrindavan, by drenching the village girls, with water and colours.  At first it offended the girls but since they were so fond of Krishna, their anger soon melted away.  It did not take long to make it a popular sport in the village.  The same tradition has transpired through the ages, turning it into a community festival of the masses.  As time kept flowing, the culture spread roots to other regions of the country.  The Holi play of Krishna is documented in hundreds of ancient paintings, murals, sculptures and scriptures found across the subcontinent.

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