Published on Mar 16, 2022
Holi Wishes in Malayalam : Holi is a popular ancient Hindu festival, also known as the festival of love, the festival of colours, and the festival of spring. The festival celebrates the eternal and divine love of Radha and Krishna. It also signifies the triumph of good over evil.
It originated and is predominantly celebrated in India, but has also spread to other regions of Asia and parts of the Western world through the diaspora from the Indian subcontinent.
1. എന്റെ ജീവിതത്തിന്റെ നിറമാണ് നീ,
എന്റെ പുഞ്ചിരിക്ക് കാരണമാണ് നീ,
2. അകലെയാണെങ്കിലും ഹോളിയുടെ സന്തോഷകരമായ അവസരതത്തിൽ എല്ലാവിധ ആശംസകളും.
3. ദൈവം നിങ്ങളുടെ കാൻവാസ് മനോഹരമായ നിറങ്ങളാണ് വരയ്ക്കട്ടെ.
സ്നേഹത്തിൽ നിറങ്ങളാൽ വരച്ചതാവട്ടെ.
5. ഈ ഹോളി നിങ്ങളുടെ ജീവിതത്തിൽ ധാരാളം സന്തോഷവും സ്നേഹവും നിറഞ്ഞ ദിനങ്ങൾ കൊണ്ടു വരട്ടെ.
6. മധുര നിമിഷങ്ങളും ഓർമ്മകളും ഒരു ഹോളി നിങ്ങൾക്കും നിങ്ങളുടെ കുടുംബത്തിനും ആശംസിക്കുന്നു.
എല്ലാവർക്കും ഹോളി ആശംസകൾ.
7. ഈ ഉത്സവം നിങ്ങളുടെ ജീവിതത്തിൽ കൂടുതൽ സന്തോഷങ്ങൾ കൊണ്ടു വരട്ടെ.
8. It’s the time to unwind, de-stress and to make a bond with sweets, thandai and colours. Happy Holi
9. Forgive your haters and ill-wishers and remember those who are near & dear to you with splashing colors. Happy Holi
10. “With this short sms I am sending you ― Love with Red, Friendship with Pink, Wisdom with Yellow and New Beginnings with Green. Have a colorful and happy Holi!”
11. “Best wishes to you and your family for a Holi filled with sweet moments and memories to cherish for long. Happy Holi my dear.”
12. “May this Holi bring the ultimate colors of happiness in your life and excite you for the next adventure in your life.” (Happy Holi Wishes)
13. “Holi is the proper time to celebrate the colors of our beautiful relationship.” ― Happy Holi 2021
14. Let’s throw out the colors in the air, and renew our love with a bit of romantic color. Happy Holi.”
15. Red = Power
“May your life be filled with these colors. Wishing you a happy holi.”
16. “This 2020 Holi may bring lots and lots of colorful seasons and days in your life filled with a plenty of happiness and love. Wish you a very Happy Holi.”
17. “Don’t get broken when darkness surrounds your life. Always remember that at the end of the tunnel there is always light.” ― Happy Holi 2021
18. “With the hope that your life is framed with all the colors of rainbow making your life happy, I am sending out the happiest colors to you. Happy Holi.” (Holi Wishes)
19. “Reach out to others with the colors of joy and spread happiness wherever you go this Holi.” ― Happy Holi
20. “It’s Holi, the festival of colors. So, drench all your loved ones with water and the fabulous colours of Holi. Happy Holi!”
Holi 2022 will begin on
Thursday, 17 March 2022
and ends on
Friday, 18 March 2022
Holi celebrations start on the night before Holi with a Holika Dahan where people gather, perform religious rituals in front of the bonfire, and pray that their internal evil be destroyed the way Holika, the sister of the demon king Hiranyakashipu, was killed in the fire. The next morning is celebrated as Rangwali Holi (Dhuleti) – a free-for-all festival of colours where people smear each other with colours and drench each other. Water guns and water-filled balloons are also used to play and colour each other. Anyone and everyone is fair game, friend or stranger, rich or poor, man or woman, children, and elders.
In the Braj region of India, where the Hindu deity Krishna grew up, the festival is celebrated until Rang Panchmi in commemoration of the divine love of Radha for Krishna. The festivities officially usher in spring, with Holi celebrated as a festival of love. There is a symbolic myth behind commemorating Krishna as well. As a baby, Krishna developed his characteristic dark skin colour because the she-demon Putana poisoned him with her breast milk. In his youth, Krishna despaired whether the fair-skinned Radha would like him because of his dark skin colour. His mother, tired of his desperation, asks him to approach Radha and ask her to colour his face in any colour she wanted. This she did, and Radha and Krishna became a couple. Ever since, the playful colouring of Radha and Krishna's face has been commemorated as Holi