Happy Holi Status in Hindi & English 2019 – Images, GIFs, Stickers

Happy Holi Status 2019: Hello friends, Welcome back again. Here in this post, you are going to find one of the most famous festivals of India status in Hindi & English languages. If you are looking for Holi status in English or Holi status in Hindi then this is for you. Here you will also find the wishes images as well as GIF’s and also Holi stickers for WhatsApp 2019. Do share this holi status on facebook orWhatsAppp or anywhere else. Also, we will share all the information related to the Holi festival.

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Holi Festival Date in 2019 = March 20/21 2019 

May all this holi brings you good luck, fortune, success and lots of love. Happy Holi to you loved ones. Keep smiling and enjoy the colors. Happy Holi

Happy Holi…Enjoy the brightens of colors Joyful moments & make this holi more memorable…

Meri zindagi me hota koi rang bharne wala, toh meru har khusi mere gumo par na rothi

I wish this holi brings to your life, the vibrant colors that you use on happy occasion. “Happy Holi  to you.

This Holi.. Lets us unite & Paint the heart with colors of happiness.

Kamna hai ki sagun ka yeh rangeen ulsoo… gapke jeevan mein dher sari khushiyan laye… Holi ki hardik shubhkamnaye!

Gori tere gulabi galo me aa gullal mal du bhar pichkari ang ang me rang dal du bheegi choli chunari bhi geeli aa gale se laga lu..

Best wishes to you for holi filled with sweet memories and moments to have it for very long … Happy Holi…

May colors togetherness life colors spirituality friendship fill your life joy and fun..Happy Holi

Good friends like you make even good times better.. And so, I’m looking forward to spend this Holi with you!…

Holi is the day to express love with colors, It is a time to show affection all the colors that are on you are of love.

If wishes come in rainbow colors than I would send the brightest one to say Happy Holi

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

Holi dipped in hues of love and trust has come the festival of holi

Auspicious red, sunkissed gold, soothing sliver, pretty purple, Blissful blue forever green. Happy holi

Best wishes to you for a holi filled with sweet moments and memories to cherish for blog

Let this festival burn all negativity and bring positivity in life celebrate with vibrant colors

Make marry with colors on holi and the rest of the days with the colors of love

Let the color of holi spread the message of peace and happiness

Holi is the apt time to break the ice, renew relationship and link yourself with those that you wanted with a bit of color

Aaj Mubarak, Kal Mubarak, holi ka har pal Mubarak, Rang Birangi holi me,mera bhi ek rang Mubarak. Wishing you a very colourful happy holi.

Festival of colors splashes of joy, love, happiness, good health and wealth may you have a colorful holi.

Colors are brightening up the scene the water sprinkling up high, the holi is almost here… so, enjoy! Happy holi

This holi wish is composed of Red, Blue, Orange, Green, Yellow.white, pink a all colors have colorful  joyful holi

Fill your heart with joy and brighten your days with smiles and love Happy holi

A day full of colrs! A day full of excitement! A day full of wishes! Yet its holi! A day to rejoice love! HAPPY HOLI

Dream on this holi with colors “Happy Holi”

Wishing a joyous holi looking forward to many more holi’s together, to share the colors of joy & laughter for years to come.

May your world be a garden vibrant color happy holi

May the vivid magical colors brings happiness to you.

Enjoy a safe and peaceful holi Happy holi

May this festival of colors fill your life with abundant happiness, peace, progress and prosperity

Enjoy the brightness of colors, joyful moments and make this holi more memorable.

My dil wishes… Kit um eaho sada khush tumhari holi ho rangeen Aur hare k din ho sada haseen

Tumhari holi ho number one, aur tum karo whole iota fun! Wishing you a happy & colourfull holi

Rango mein ghuli ladki kya laal gulabi hai jo dekhta hai krhta hai kya maal gulabi hai pichle baras tune jo bhigoya tha holi mein ab tak nishani ka who rumaal gulabi hai

Holi par sabhi rango se milkar ek rang, apko mile jo apki khusiyno ko rangin bana de.

Lal gulabi rang hai jhum rha sansar Suraj ki kiran Khushiyon ki bahar chand ki chandni Apno ka pyar shubh ho aap sabko ye Rangon ka tyohar

Pyar ke rang se bharo pichkari, Sneh ke rang se rang do duniya sari, Ye rang na jane koi boli, Aapko advance me happy holi

Na balloon se, na pichkari se, na rango se, aana gulal se. A happy Holi apkp direct dil se…

Holi ki aisi saam, Liya prabhu ka naam, Mhare piya ne pila dayi mohe bhang mhare ko ab koun bachay haye… mhare piya holi khelan aye, holi khelan aye!!

Kamna hai ki fagun ka ye rangeen utsav aapke jeevan me dher sari Khushiyan laye holi ki hardik shubhkamnaye!…

 Saatrang rang liye aye holi gau sahar me chayi holi Rango me dube sathi sajni holi hai or dhoom machi hai bhang ki khumari chayi hai tan me masti man me masti phagun ki masti sab or chayi hai.

Makki ki roti, Nimbu ka Aachar, Suraj ki kirne, Khushiyo ki Bahar, Chand ki chandi, Apno ka Pyar, Mubarak ho aapko, Holi ka Tyohar.

Aise manana holi ka tyohar, Pichkari se barse sirf pyar, Yahi mausam hai apno se gale milne ka to gulal lekar ho jao taiyar.

Gori tere gulabi galo me aa gullal mal du Bhar pichkari an gang me rang dal du Bheegi choli chunari bhi geeli aa gale se laga lu

Rango ke tyohar mein sabhi rango ki ho bharmar, Dher saari khushiyon se bhara ho aapka sansar, Yahi dua hai bhagwan se hamari har bar, Holi  Mubarak ho mere yaar!….

Tum bhi Jhoome masti main, Hum bhi jhoome masti main, shor hua saari basti main jhoome sab holi ki masti main…

Puranmashi ka chand, chand se uski chandi boli, Khushion se bhare sabki jholi, Mubarak ho apko pyari holi

Gul ne gulshan se gulfam bheja hai, sitaro ne aasman se salaam bheja hai, Mubaraq ho aapko holi ka tyohar, humne dil se yeh paigam bheja hai…

Gujhia ki Mehak aane se Pehle rango mein Rngne se pehle, holi ke nashe mein hone se Pehle, Hum apse kehte Hain Happy Holi Sabe Pehle.

Meri zinadgi me hota koi rang bharne wala, Toh meri har khushi mere gumo par na roti.

Ye rango ka mausam lo aaya h, sath apne kitni khusiyan laya h, humse pehle koi rang na de isliye shubhkamnao ka rang sbse pehle bhizwaya hai. Happy holi

Holi aayi satrangi rango ki bouchar laayi, Dher saaari mithai aur mitha mitha pyar laayi, Aap ki zindagi ho mithe pyar aur khusiyon se bhari, Jisme samaaye saaton rang yahi shubhkamna hai hamaari…

tumhaare bina akela mahasoos karana. kaash main is holee ko tumhaare saath mana paata.

aapako ek majedaar holee aur ek vasant ka samay khushee ke saath ankurit karana.

main aapako holee kee bahut-bahut mubaarak baat deta hoon. khushee aur pyaar ke ujjval rangon ka aanand len

holee ke rangon ko shaanti aur khushee ka sandesh den

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About Holi Festival

Holi is a Hindu spring festival, originating from the Indian subcontinent, celebrated predominantly in India, but has also spread to other areas of Asia and parts of the Western world through the diaspora from the Indian subcontinent, also known as the “festival of colours” or the “festival of love”.

The festival signifies the victory of good over evil, the arrival of spring, end of winter, and for many a festive day to meet others, play and laugh, forget and forgive, and repair broken relationships. It is also celebrated as a thanksgiving for a good harvest.

It lasts for a night and a day, starting on the evening of the Purnima (Full Moon day) falling in the Vikram Samvat Hindu Calendar month of Phalgun, which falls somewhere between the end of February and the middle of March in the Gregorian calendar. The first evening is known as Holika Dahan or Chhoti Holi and the following day as Holi, Rangwali Holi, Dhuleti, Dhulandi, or Phagwah.

The festival marks the arrival of spring. Known widely as the festival of colors, it takes place over two days, and is a celebration of fertility, color, and love as well as the triumph of good versus evil. People take part in Holi all around the world, but it is celebrated the most in parts of India and Nepal. It is often associated with the colored powders that end up coating its participants after they’ve thrown them at each other.

Holi is split into two events: Holika Dahan and Rangwali/ Color Holi. Holika Dahan takes place the night before Rangwali Holi Wood and dung-cakes are burned in a symbolic pyre to signify good defeating evil (in Hindu Vedi scriptures, the God Vishnu helps burn the devil holika to death). The next morning, people gather in public spaces and take part in Rangwali Holi. This is a raucous affair where people chase each other around, throwing handfuls of colored powders (known as gulal) at one another, while getting drenched in water.

The timing of Holi is synchronized with the moon, which means that the dates of each celebration varies year on year. This year Rangwali Holi will take place on the 24th of March, while the pyres of Holika Dahan will be burnt the evening beforehand. Holi is an ancient celebration. Mentions of it can be dated back to 4th-century poetry, and it was described in a seventh-century play called Ratnaval. It prevents diseases.

The weather during Holi induces the growth of bacteria in the atmosphere and our bodies. There’s a reason why celebrations start with a Holika bonfire on the night before Holi. The heat from the fire cleanses these bacteria.  It promotes good health. We experience tardiness (feel sleepy and lazy) due to the change in weather conditions. The fun movements during Holi celebration rejuvenate our body while getting rid of laziness.

There are few health benefits of natural colours of Holi. During spring, the weather changes and our bodies get more prone to diseases like measles, chicken pox, viral fever, and cold. That’s the reason why colours were made from natural sources earlier. The color penetrates our skin, strengthens the immune system and helps us ward off diseases. Many colours are obtained by mixing primary colours. Artisans produce and sell many of the colors from natural sources in dry powder form, in weeks and months preceding Holi. Some of the traditional natural plant-based sources of colours are:

Orange and red

The flowers of palash or tesu tree, also called the flame of the forest, are typical source of bright red and deep orange colours. Powdered fragrant red sandal wood, dried hibiscus flowers, madder tree, radish, and pomegranate are alternate sources and shades of red. Mixing lime with turmeric powder creates an alternate source of orange powder, as does boiling saffron (kesar) in water.


Mehendi and dried leaves of gulmohur tree offer a source of green colour. In some areas, the leaves of spring crops and herbs have been used as a source of green pigment.


Haldi (turmeric) powder is the typical source of yellow colour. Sometimes this is mixed with chickpeas, gram or other flour to get the right shade. Bael fruit, amaltas, species of chrysanthemums, and species of marigold are alternate sources of yellow.


Indigo plant, Indian berries, species of grapes, blue hibiscus and jacaranda flowers are traditional sources of blue colour for Holi.

Magenta and purple

Beetroot is the traditional source of magenta and purple colour. Often these are directly boiled in water to prepare coloured water.


Dried tea leaves offer a source of brown coloured water. Certain clays are alternate source of brown.


Species of grapes, fruits of amla (gooseberry) and vegetable carbon (charcoal) offer gray to black colours.

Holi festival story

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