Holi 2021: Is Holi with Colors Dhulendi? Know about this festival.
Is Dhulandi different from Holi 2021- Holika is cooled by getting up in the morning of Dhulendi and completing the routine. That is, water is offered after worshiping.
Is Dhundi different from Holi 2021 – Dhulendi will be celebrated on the next day of Holika horn i.e. March 29. Dhulendi is also known as Dhurkhel, Hindustan and Chait Badi. Presently, people celebrate this festival by putting colors, abir and gulal on each other on the day of Dhulendi. But the traditional form of this festival was quite different from the present one. Dhulendi meant Dhuli Vandan. In ancient times, this festival was celebrated in a very different way. On the first day of Dhulendi people used to soil each other and now Amir also used to play. If a member died in one’s family, people used to go to Holi to paint it at his house.
According to the legend, Vishnu ji did Dhuli Vandan from Tretago, since then Dhulendi began to be celebrated. Tretago is believed to be the second era that Lord Vishnu himself took three incarnations in this age to destroy the iniquity – 1. Vamana avatar 2. Parashurama avatar and 3. Sri Rama avatar. According to the mythology, Lord Vishnu had done Dhundi Vandan in this era, which means that in that era, Vishnu had incarnated with different bright colors. Holi is also a festival of color, so this story is also associated with the mythology of Holi.
Holika is cooled by getting up in the morning of Dhulendi and completing the routine. That is, water is offered after worshiping. Dhulivandan means the worship of dust. Ash is also called dust. It is only after applying the ashes of Holika from the forehead that one begins to play Holi. This is the reason why this festival is also called Dhulivandan. (Disclaimer: The information and information given in this article is based on general information. Hindi News 18 does not confirm these. Contact the concerned expert before implementing them).
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