Avoid loud and rowdy Holi parties, which might spoil the family environment. Children get accustomed to such parties at a very early age and tend to repeat the same type of celebrations later in life.
By Sushmita Dutta - Spice Team
Discourage children from playing Holi with eggs, mud or gutter water. Never turn a blind eye to such unclean ways of celebration. - Spice Team
Don’t use metallic, harmful colours or lob balloons at unsuspecting commoners. - Spice Team
Do not apply colours forcibly. Stop people from doing so and give them the reasons. - Spice Team
Make it clear if you don’t want to play colours and recognize the difference between playfulness and harassment. - Spice Team
Play Holi at office and home only with the willing persons. - Spice Team
Be careful of the ‘bhang’ sweets. - Spice Team
Celebrate Holi keeping in mind its purpose of ‘uniting people’ and ‘a victory of truth over evil.’ - Spice Team
Burn dry wood instead of wet wood for bonfire. - Spice Team
Let us stop immoral practices during this Holi. It is an occasion of fun but lets not make it frivolous.
While playing, or, even watching the celebration of Holi is great fun, we should not let it be marred by certain unwarranted things. Given here are some simple Dos and Don`ts to make the most out of Holi this year. - Spice Team