Happy Holi 2020: Top 25 Wishes, Messages and Quotes to send to your dear ones on festival of colours

Gulaal, pichkaari, sweets and celebration-Holi is one of the biggest festivals and one we all look forward to. Be it kids or the adults, everyone looks forward to the Holi festivity-the festival of colours. Considered to be the second biggest festival after Diwali, this year, the festival will be celebrated on March 10, which is a Tuesday.

Holi is the time which ushers the welcoming of the spring season and ends the winter blues. Historically, it holds a lot of importance. From folklores to songs, you can find a lot of mentions of this festival. Many believe that the festival marks the celebration of good over evil. Holika Dahan, held a day before Holi resonates with the fact that evil cannot hold for a long time. Do pooja in a proper manner with rituals and well equipped

Largely celebrated in the northern part of the country, the festival of colours and love falls a day after the full moon. While a pious Holika bonfire is lit a day before the actual celebration, people come together to celebrate the victory of good over evil and splash colours of happiness around each other. No matter how you wish to celebrate, the feelings are all the same. Some splash around water pichkaaris, some use balloons, some use natural gulaal and flowers.
Holi usually marks the welcoming of spring, fertility, harvest and bright colours in the world after the dullness of winter. Culturally, people also say that Holi is the day when people bid goodbye to their problems, animosities and some even say that the biggest enemies and foes turn into friends on this blessed day by applying gulaal on each other’s faces. Hence, the celebration and tradition is called ‘Holi Milan’.


There is a lot of evidence in historical texts which denote how important this festival is. There are many cultural stories surrounding the origin of Holi. History tells us celebration’s name is named after Holika, the sister of a demon king, Hiranyakashipu. This demon king was immortalised and hence, no power in the world could kill him in any way.However, when Hiranyakashipu understood his superpower of never dyeing, he turned evil and started destroying everyone around this. On this knowledge, his son Prahlad decided to kill him. But, the demon king got to know his son’s intentions of killing him and told his sister, Holika to kill Prahlad instead. LAKME ICONIC WATER PROOF KAJAL

On the day which now marks as Holi, Holika was meant to wear a cloak and throw Prahlad in the bonfire. But, when Holika reached the fire, the cloak flew away from her shoulders and went on Prahlad and protected him instead, burning Holika to ashes. Therefore, holi is popularly known as the win of good over evil. Some stories also circle around the legends Shiva, Kamadeva, Pootana and Dhundhi.

The festival is usually celebrated in a grand manner in the region of Mathura and Vrindavan, to honour, cherish and remember the holy love and union of Radha and Krishna.

While it is a celebration when family and friends come along, if you can’t celebrate the festival of colours with your loved ones this year, here are some sample wishes, greetings you can share with them. You can share these lovely messages on social media and spread the cheer.

Happy Holi 2020: Wishes, Messages and Quotes

“Best wishes to you and your family for a Holi filled with sweet moments and memories to cherish for long. Happy Holi my dear”

“Holi is an apt time to celebrate the colours of our beautiful relationship. Happy Holi”

“Let’s throw out the colours in the air, and renew our love with a bit of romantic colour. Happy Holi”
“This 2020 Holi may bring lots and lots of colourful seasons and days in your life filled with plenty of happiness and love. Wish you a very Happy Holi”

“It’s the time to unwind, de-stress and to make a bond with sweets, thandai and colours. Happy Holi”

May God gift you all the colours of life, colours of joy, colours of happiness, colours of friendship, colours of love and all other colours you want to paint your life in.
Happy Holi.

Play more, drink less,
enjoy more, think less.
Have a cheerful Holi!

Water balloons, water pistols, amazing songs, and delicious gujias are the main ingredients for a perfect Holi.
Have a Happy Holi!

Rang ho ya gulaal, maaro pichkari or laa do fuhaar.
Nacho or jhumo, masti se khelo.
Have a colourful and joyous Holi!!

Every day needs to be colourful, but seldom it is.
So, stock yourself for a whole year!
Happy Holi!

Happy Holi from mine to yours. Hope you have a colourful day and a colourful life with all kind of right twists in the colour.

Hope God paints the canvas of your life with beautiful colours.
Happy Holi to you and Family!!

Even though I am far away from you on the happy occasion of Holi, all my thoughts and good wishes are with you.
Have a wonderful Holi.

Let’s make a bonfire of our pride, negativity, and envy this Holi and bring in a fresh start.
Happy Holi!

Let’s burn what’s evil, depressing and sad with Holika and welcome the new beginnings with open arms.
Happy Holi!

“You are the colour of my life, and you are the reason for my smile. I make the colourful dream just for you. And send you colourful wishes on Holi.” ― Happy Holi

The grandeur of color and sweetness of sweets; may you have a brilliant Holi!

“Holi is the time to celebrate the most beautiful feeling called love. Let’s take a dip in the water of love.” ― Happy Holi

“it’s time for masti & lots of colours.
Here’s to the fun & Celebrations
that may last throughout the year.”

Burn your ego, expectations and everything in the fire of Holi and enjoy the festival. Happy Holi!

Dipped in hues of love and trust has come the festival of Holi.

Let the child hidden inside you, come out this Holi & play with the colours of love and happiness all around.” ― Happy Holi

“Take out the evil from you and digest the colour of peace in yourself this Holi, to spread the colour of love everywhere.” ― Happy Holi 2020

“Play safe, eat healthily and stay cheerful. This is my wish for you. Happy Holi my dear friend”

“Break the ice, renew your old relationships & connect yourself with the colors of joy & happiness forever.” ― Happy Holi

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