Happy Holi 2018: WhatsApp Quotes, Facebook Images and Greetings


Happy Holi 2018: WhatsApp Quotes, Facebook Images and Greetings: Holi, the Festival of Colors will be celebrated throughout the world on Friday, March 2, 2018. On the earlier day, Holika Dahan will be celebrated. Holi is a spring festival and one of the most important festivals in Hinduism.

Holi Signifies the triumph of good finished malevolence and praises the presence of Lord Vishnu’s fourth symbol called Narasimha (half man half lion). Holi falls in the Phalgun month of the Hindu calendar Vikram Samvat which normally agrees with the long stretch of February or March in the Gregorian calendar.

Holi is likewise called Dhuleti, Dhulandi, Dhulivandan or Rangpanchami. On the event of upbeat Holi 2018, we have conveyed to you best statements, wishes, SMS, Facebook status, WhatsApp advances and GIF picture messages to send to your friends and family and wish them a cheerful Rangpanchami and Dhuleti.

WhatsApp Quotes

Bright colors, water balloons, lavish gujiyas and melodious songs are the ingredients of perfect Holi.”

“Holi is the time to unwind, De-stress and bond with sweets, Thandai and colors.”

Pyar ke rang se bharo pichkari
Sneh ke rang se rang do duniya sari
Ye rang na jaane koi jaat na koi Boli
Aapko advance me Happy Holi!

May God gift you all the colors of life,
colors of joy, colors of happiness,
colors of friendship, colors of love
and all other colors you want to paint in your life.
Happy Holi !

“Punam” Ka Chand
“Rango” Ki “Doli”
Chand Se “Uski”
Chandni Boli
“Khushiyon” Se
“Bhar De Sabki “Jholi”.
“Mubarak” Ho”aapko ye “HOLI”
“Advance Happy Holi

Auspicious red
Sun kissed gold
Soothing silver
Pretty purple
Blissful blue
Forever green
I wish u and all family members
The most colorful Holi

Khaa key gujiya, pee key bhaang,
laaga k thora thora sa rang,
baaja ke dholak aur mridang,
khele holi hum tere sang. Holi Mubarak

Happy Holi 2018 Images

Holi Signifies creating new connections and retouching broken ones. Individuals make delicious dishes at home, for example, malpua, dahi wada, gujiya, thandai, bhang and so on and offer them to companions and relatives as a token of their affection, appreciation and kinship which would recuperate the injuries harrowed by past activities. An extremely glad Holi 2018 to everybody!




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