This Holi, let’s focus on our health and safety, more than anything else. Every festival brings its own charms and lots of happiness. Like every other year, this Holi must also be played with full fun with our loved ones, but with the horrific threat of the ongoing health issues worldwide, there is an emergence of major precautionary steps! You must have been receiving many messages and suggestions from everyone to be safe and take care of health. So, keeping everyone’s advice in mind, let’s celebrate this festival of colours in a subtle but colourful way! After all, Holi only comes once in a year and we can’t wait to play with colours for another whole year. There are some ways which can help you celebrate Holi even without getting into much crowded places or water balloons, which may become a reason for someone’s sickness. The following are some suggestions from our side which could help you play a safe Holi along with your family and close friends.
Help Mom and make the “Gujiya making” a fun-filled activity
If you are used to having Mom-made yummiest gujiyas on this festival every year, bring a change to this habit and let this Holi be a memorable one for you, your mother and also for your siblings and cousins! Call all of them and prepare the gujiyas by yourself. As Holi is just unimaginable without some Thandai as well, you can make the cool beverages at home, with everything natural and hygienic. A festival is all about togetherness. And in this way, you will get a lot of good time to spend with your sweet family. It can surely add up a lot of fun to your celebrations.
Hand prints with colours
Have you got some crayons, oil paints or water paints at home? Mix them all and make a handprint on a cloth or a wall which you can save forever as your sweet Holi memory! This can be a wonderfully fun activity for children at home and the elders can participate in this as well! You can write your Holi message or determination with your hand-prints.
Get crafty on this Holi with colourful themes. You can pick anything to start with or continue doing something that is your passion. On this auspicious day of colours, bring out the artist in you.
Keep code of dress Wear different colourful dresses with cousins and friends
If it is all about happiness with colours, make this Holi a little more colourful with all your family members and friends by keeping a colourful dress code. You can make a rainbow pattern within your family itself. These days, if you haven’t posted a good selfie or a group picture on the social sites on a festival, then you haven’t enjoyed the day in a true sense. So, get up, dress up, click a colourful picture and share with everyone you love!
No matter how much you try to stay away from the most important element of these festivals, you would secretly want someone to start playing with the real colours. If you too are having a deep desire to buy the gulaal, go for the herbal gulaal from the known and trustworthy brands.
Give the gifts of flowers A gift of flowers suit any day and every occasion, including the festivities of Holi. Send your near and dear ones a gift of flower bouquet with colourful fresh flowers and let them have the blossoming beauties to start their day. You can send flowers to any city in the country, including Delhi, Mumbai Kolkata, Chennai, and Pune. Add a Holi exclusive gift like the sweet box, chocolates, dry fruits, or even a Holi theme cake to send your wishes in a better and sweeter way.