Holi is a festival of colours. It is one of a beautiful way to celebrate the arrival of spring. The first day we begin with bonfire which depicts the victory of good over evil. On second day, children’s and youth spray coloured powdered solutions, dance & celebrate to the core. It is also a festival where people unite keeping their grudges away, as it is said “Bura na mano, Holi hai...” Kids love buying different types of pichkaris and water colours. Below are few safety precaution we need to be careful about:-
- Use Eco-friendly Colours: - We should use Herbal, natural & skin friendly colours, as these colours are easy to wash off & cause no damage to the skin.
- Save Environment: - We should Respect our Natural Resources & avoid wasting too much of water.
- Oiling: - It is essential that we apply coconut oil on our hair & water proof moisturizer on our face, before stepping out of home.
- Spare Animals: - We should play Holi with humans not with animals. We should guide our children not to throw colours on dogs and cats.
- Wear full sleeves: - Try wearing full sleeves shirts or t-shirts & leggings that cover your legs fully, so that your sensitive body parts are not exposed to the harmful colours.
- Wear Sunglasses: - We should protect our eyes by wearing sunglasses. If colours enters the eyes, immediately rinse them with cold water.
- Avoid harsh soaps: - We should try using baby shampoos and soap to get rid of the colours, avoid using harsh soaps and shampoos which will only spoil your skin.
“Wishing all my readers the best Holi festival Filled with happiness and sweet moments to cherish now and forever. Happy Holi”