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TRƯƠNG PHƯỚC NHỊ NGUYÊN Vietnam National University – International University March 8 th , 2012. Outline. I - The History of Holi Festival II - Celebration * 1 - Holika Dahan * 2 - Holi Festival. THE HISTORY OF HOLI FESTIVAL. Occurred in India.

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TRƯƠNG PHƯỚC NHỊ NGUYÊN

Vietnam National University – International University

March 8th, 2012


Outline

  • I - The History of Holi Festival

  • II - Celebration

    * 1 - Holika Dahan

    * 2 - Holi Festival


The history of holi festival
THE HISTORY OF HOLI FESTIVAL

  • Occurred in India.

  • Celebrated PhalgunPurnima which comes in February end or early March. (click)

  • Celebrate triumph of “good” over “bad, evil”.

  • A legend about Prahlad prince and Holika.

  • _ Hiranyakashipu (Hira) was a demon king.

  • _ Prahlad was a devotee of Vishnu.

  • _ Holika was a demo and had a special power.


Holika

Prahlad prince


Holika dahan the bonfire eve

CELEBRATION

HolikaDahan – The Bonfire Eve

  • Bonfires

  • Tell Holi legend.

  • Gather, sing folk songs, dance.

  • Food: special cuisines of Holi.


Special Cuisines Of Holi

Malpua and BadamPuri

The sweet cakes made from rice and milk.

PuranPoli

Made from lentil and cardamon powder and ghee (milk from buffalo).


Special Cuisines Of Holi

Bhang Lassi

A drink from hot milk, coconut milk, almond and ginger.

Thandai

A drink from milk, almond, peppercorn and rose water.


Celebration
CELEBRATION

Holi Celebration

  • Play with colour powder and colour water.

  • Full of happiness and fun.

  • Exchange sweets and hugs, the warm wishes for “Happy Holi”.

  • Rub colourful powder and water on face.


Summary
SUMMARY

  • Holi is an ancient festival in India and was originally known as 'Holika'.

  • Holi is celebrated to memorise the triumph of “good” over “evil” and welcome a new spring with happiness and gaiety.

  • Holi helps society unite and strengthen.


Reference
Reference

  • http://www.holifestival.org/holi-festival.html

  • http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2009/03/holi_the_festival_of_colors.html

  • http://www.holifestival.org/holi-natural-colors.html

  • http://www.indovacations.net/english/Golden-triangle-with-holi-fastival.htm

  • http://www.holifestival.org/legend-holika-prahlad.html

  • http://www.theatlantic.com/infocus/2011/03/holi-the-festival-of-colors-2011/100032/

  • http://www.travelindia-guide.com/festivals_holidays/holi_cuisines_recepies.php


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