Tracing the romantic roots associated with Holi, which celebrates the heroic deeds of Lord Krishna, many have found the festival of colours an occasion to fall in love. In the middle of singing, dancing and the spirited flinging of thousands of pounds of dyed sandalwood powder, you can exchange hearts unknowingly.
The entire world admires the Indian festival for the way it instils love in people. The admiration is so strong, that people send tweets longing to witness Indian Holi festivities. If they get chance to be in India at this time, they do buy traditional clothes and make all preparations to be a part of it. But this is common.
By throwing puffs of colours at each other, they imitated the play of Lord Krishna with the wives and daughters of the cowherds. They laughed, danced and chased each other from their hiding spots, recreating the essence of Holi. Although it wasn't as colourful as the Indian Holi, it was really incredible. The abundance of love between them can be seen through these pictures.
Love Is In The Air
By Your Side
Feeling inspired? Yes, you should.
If you haven’t been in love yet, you have a perfect opportunity to fall in love this Holi. Who knows, you may find the love of your life walking up to you this spring. And if you are already in love, this colourful celebration can be the perfect plan to celebrate your next love anniversary.
You can exchange naughty gestures while colouring each other’s cheeks. You can play hide and seek while throwing colours at each other. And you can make it an occasion to remember throughout your life, just like Dan and Kristy did.
Any lovebirds out there?