HOLI, THE FESTIVAL OF COLOURS: Holi Color Powder Manufacturer in Australia
Holi festivals and celebrations held around the country, usually hosted by the Hindu Council of Australia. The holiday falls on the last full moon of the Hindu calendar, which tends to be some time in March. The first day of Holi is known as Holika Dahan or Chhoti Holi. People will gather around the bonfire after sunset to perform prayers (puja). Afterwards, the pyre will be lit and everyone will sing and dance around the bonfire in another symbol of good conquering evil. The huge fires are a symbol of cleansing and burning away evil or bad spirits.
Day two of Holi is when the fun begins. Also known as Rangwali Holi, Dhulandi, Phagwah, or Badi Holi, this is the day when all the colours are tossed around. People apply coloured powders to one another, run around throwing more colours into the air, throw water balloons (also filled with colour), use water guns, party together, dance, and just generally have a great time.
We are leading the Australia largest supplier that provides quality and traditional types of holi gulal or color powder in various sizes.