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Try Unique Ways of Celebrating Holi

Try Unique Ways of Celebrating Holi

Celebrate Holi in unique way this time. You can make your Holi special if you celebrate it differently. At the same time you can spread happiness along with the colours of Holi. Read on to know more about how you can make Holi celebration unique, filled with happiness and joy.

The festival of colours is here, how are you planning to celebrate Holi this time? So far you have been celebrating Holi with your friends and family members in a usual way. This time try to celebrate Holi in new way so that you can bring smiles on faces of many. Read on to know how you can celebrate Holi in unique way.

Celebrating Eco-friendly Holi

Celebrate an eco-friendly Holi by using eco-friendly colours. You can make eco-friendly colours using different fruits and flowers at home as well. However, eco-friendly colours are available easily in market. Apart form that, you can also encourage others to play eco-friendly Holi by distributing eco-friendly colours one day before Holi. This will discourage them to buy chemical based colours.
On the occasion of Holi, you can plan it out with your friends and neighbours to start a small stall in your society for selling eco-friendly colours. Also you can start a campaign with your friends and neighbours to support eco-friendly Holi by placing eco-friendly Holi banners on each floor of your building and in the lift of your building. It is very necessary to support such campaigns to protect our nature. At the same time use of plastic bags and water balloons during Holi should be prevented.

Save Water

Along with promoting eco-friendly Holi, you can also encourage people to avoid using water during Holi. Lot of water is wasted during Holi and at this time saving water is a must as we are already coping with shortage of water. Holi can also be played without using water. If we use natural colours and play Holi without using water, we can achieve our goal of protecting nature and ourselves through eco-friendly Holi. So try to promote "Save Water" motto this time during Holi and do not forget to implement it by yourself first.

Celebrate Holi with Orphanages

Celebrate Holi with orphanage this time and get ready to experience a new satisfaction by bringing smile on the faces of many. Do not visit alone, you can ask your friends as well. You can also take some gifts and sweets on this occasion to make children happy. Celebrating Holi in this way will definitely enable you to go through a good experience. If you do not know how to reach such orphanages, you can look for NGOs which are planning to celebrate Holi with orphanages and you may join them.

Holi with Old-age Homes

Celebrating festivals like Holi with old-age homes is the only way through which you can bring smile on the faces of senior citizen. So if you would like to do some social work, do not miss this opportunity of celebrating Holi with old age homes. Carry some gifts for them and make them feel that they are not alone and there are some people in society who support and love them. This will also give you a chance to gift some happy moments to others and to yourself.
In this way you can make your Holi celebration unique filled with colours of joy, love and happiness. At the same time you can also do some good deeds and make others happy. So get ready to celebrate Holi in the unique way and do not forget to encourage others to celebrate Holi this way.

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