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Holi wishes to all countrymen- PM Modi, Amit Shah, Rajnath Singh

Holi wishes to all countrymen- PM Modi, Amit Shah, Rajnath SinghHoli wishes to all countrymen- PM Modi, Amit Shah, Rajnath Singh

Holi: On Monday, March 25, Prime Minister Narendra Modi greeted people on the social media site X(Twitter) on the occasion of Holi, the festival of colors that Indians celebrate worldwide.

PM Modi’s message reads, “Wishing all the families of my country a joyous Holi! May this traditional festival of colors, brimming with affection and harmony, rejuvenate your lives with new energy and enthusiasm.”

Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar also offered heartfelt greetings on the occasion of Holi on Monday, conveying through a message on X, “Sending warm wishes on the joyous occasion of Holi, the festival of colors. Holi provides us with a meaningful opportunity to strengthen our bonds and embrace the arrival of spring. It symbolizes the celebration of life and the richness of nature. May the vibrant colors of #Holi bring happiness, hope, and harmony into our lives.”

Union Home Minister Amit Shah extended his greetings to the public on the occasion of the festival of colors, Holi, wishing for happiness, prosperity, harmony, and renewed energy in everyone’s lives.

Sending my best wishes to all fellow citizens on the joyous occasion of Holi, the festival of colors and joy. May this celebration of happiness usher in prosperity and harmony into your lives, serving as a source of renewed energy,” posted Amit Shah from his official X(Twitter) handle.

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh also conveyed his warm greetings to fellow countrymen on the occasion of Holi.

Sending my heartfelt wishes to everyone on the festival of Holi. May this vibrant celebration fill your life with joy, excitement, and fresh energy. Happy Holi!” Rajnath Singh shared from his X(Twitter) handle.

On Sunday, the Defence Minister joined soldiers in Leh to celebrate the festival of colors. He was joined by General Manoj Pande, Chief of the Army Staff, and Lt Gen Rashim Bali, General Officer Commanding the Fire and Fury Corps.

He additionally conversed with the commanding officer stationed at Siachen over the phone and assured them of his visit as soon as feasible.

Festival celebrated with equal enthusiasm both within the country and abroad will fall on Monday, March 25th, this year.

Before the celebration, there is a custom of lighting bonfires known as Holika Dahan, which symbolizes the burning of the demon Holika.

The festival is devoted to Lord Krishna, who is thought to have spent a considerable duration in an area referred to as Braj in Uttar Pradesh.

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It not only embodies the essence of Holi but also symbolizes the timeless love between Radha and Krishna.

Amid the festivities, traditional sweets are exchanged, promoting a feeling of harmony and unity among people, as celebrants radiate the essence of joy and affection.

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