This year, Holi begins today on 28 March, and end on Monday, 29 March 2021. But unfortunately, due to the pandemic situation, last year and this year, there is no event in Poland.
Holi is a popular ancient Hindu festival, also known as the festival of love, the festival of colours, and the festival of spring. The festival celebrates the eternal and divine love of Radha and Krishna. It also signifies the triumph of good over evil. Indians around the world look forward to every year for it is a celebration like no other, and one that brings people of different communities together to eat, dance, throw colors and make merry.
With the throwing of colored powder and water balloons, Holi has become India’s most vivid, joyous festival. International travel groups selling tours to the country often place photos of boisterous Holi celebrations alongside pictures of the Taj Mahal.
In Poland also, Holi has become very popular event. Many top event agencies from Germany and other parts of EU come to Poland and organize Color run, Color fest, etc. Many Polish event agencies organize color festivals in Poland. Razvi Events, an Indian event agency in Poland, promote Holi festival in many parts of Poland as well.
We have complied few video clips of Holi event from different cities in Poland to give an outlook of how the Holi event takes place in Poland. We thank Razvi Events, Radio Eska, Polish media Glos Wielkopolska, Ramganesh photography for sharing the video clips with us.