Information about Online Holi Katha & Yagna
Holi is the Festival of Colors and Happiness. It is praised with incredible energy and excitement on the last full moon day of Phalgun month which as a rule falls in March. This year, Holi Katha and Pooja will be performed on Sunday, 28th of March 2021 (on Holika Dahan).
There is an emblematic legend behind festival of Holi. “Holi” starts from “Holika”, the detestable sister of devil lord Hiranyakashyap. Ruler Hiranyakashyap had acquired an aid that made him essentially indestructible. The uncommon forces blinded him, he developed Arrogant and felt himself as he was God and requested that everybody revered just him. Hiranyakashyap’s child Prahlad was an enthusiastic lover of Lord Vishnu and couldn’t help contradicting his dad. Hiranyakashyap didn’t care for this and he rebuffed Prahlad violently, none of which influenced the kid or his goal to do what he thought was correct. At long last, Hiranyakashyap asked his sister Holika to sit in fire with Prahlad as she had a shelter that fire won’t consume her. Prahlad sat on Holika’s lap reciting Lord Vishnu’s name and in this manner, rather than Prahlad, Holika consumed and Prahlad endure. The campfire is a token of representative Victory of Good over Evil, Victory of Prahlad over Hiranyakashyap and of fire that consumed Holika.
It is accepted that loving Lord Narsimha who is the fourth manifestation ( Avatar ) of Lord Vishnu upon the arrival of Holi shields the admirer from all sort of hardships and detestable Energies likewise as Lord Narsimha shielded his Devotee Prahlad from Hiranyakashyap.
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