Holi celebration makes the festival more exuberant and vivid. People rub 'Gulal' and 'abeer' on each other faces and cheer up. Holi also gives a wonderful chance to send blessing and love to dear ones wrapped in a Holi gift. Holi is celebrated in continuous three days:-
Holi Day-1 The day of the full moon (Purnima) is the first day of Holi. A platter is arranged with colored power and colored water is placed in a small brass pot. The head of the male member begin the festivities by sprinkling colors on each members of the family.
Holi Day-2 On the second day called 'Puno'. The image of Holika are Burnt in keeping with the legend of Prahlad and his devotion to Lord Vishnu. Everyone gathers in the street for the festival, and the air rings with shouts, catcalls, curses and general mayhem. On this day public bonfire is held and gathers near the fire to fill the air with folk songs and dances.
Holi Day - 3 The final day of the festival called 'Parva', when children's, youth, men and women visit each other' homes and colored powders called 'aabir' and 'Gulal' are thrown into the air and smeared on each other's face and bodies