A lavish feast to add more colour to Holi

From bhang pakoras and phul kachoris to tangy kanjis and chilled thandais, a lavish platter of traditional food and drinks, which are easy to make at home, can go a long way in adding more colour to the festive fervour this Holi.

Ensure women`s safety: Paridhi Sharma`s Holi wish

Actress Paridhi Sharma, who plays the titular role in popular show `Jodha Akbar` hopes people play safe on the festival of Holi and give priority to women`s safety.

TV shows to add more colour to Holi festival

After a no-show on New Year`s Eve, TV channels are geared up to celebrate Holi in a big way with a riot of special shows dedicated to the festival of colours.

This Holi, pichkaris give way to paintball guns at ` Smaaash`

Long-gone are those days of playing Holi in the traditional way! `Smaaash` has gone a step ahead and upgraded the facility, promising to make this year’s Holi more exciting and colorful for the Holi enthusiasts.

This Holi celebrate with FabAlley’s Neon Brights

What’s Holi without crazy splashes of bright and vivid hues! This festival of colors is best celebrated with a lively spirit that’s totally in sync with the power packed color infusion you witness this day. So, this Holi, dive into FabAlley’s wonderful world of bright neons and bold brights to make your Holi a lot more fun.

Play waterless Holi: TV stars urge fans

For most people, the festival of Holi has been about water balloons, water guns, tubs full of coloured water and multifarious colours - but leading Indian TV actors like Sanjeeda Sheikh and Karan Grover urge their fans to play a "waterless" Holi.

Holi special: Safety tips for pregnant women

For women, becoming a mother is one of the most exciting times in their lives.
However, this sweet golden phase of time of pregnancy is as fragile as your newborn. Hence, a woman needs to take extra care as soon as she gets to learn that she is pregnant.

A colourful Holi bash in town

Adding a splash of colour into your life and infusing joy into your personality, Holi is the most colourful and well celebrated festivals of India.

Immerse yourself in a riot of colours this Holi

The festival of colours brings with itself joy, togetherness and a chance to flaunt your beautiful self. Spruce up your face with the right make-up before you step out to play Holi.

Here is why Holi is celebrated

Indians celebrate Holi to commemorate the departure of winter and the beginning of the new season of spring, which brings good harvest.

PM, Prez, Vice-Prez greet nation on Holi

President Pratibha Patil, Vice-President Hamid Ansari and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh greeted the nation on the auspicious occasion of Holi.