Once again, it's festival time! The festival of colors, Holi, is celebrated as a symbol of the triumph of 'good' over 'bad'. The colorful festival bridges the social gap and renews sweet relationships. In today's world, the need of brotherhood and acceptance of social diversity is more than ever. As the custom of betrayal and enviousness has reached an all-time high, the essence of the 'Holi' festival gives a significant message: the message of equality & togetherness!
During the Holi festival, customs & attitudes, which at other times may be considered offensive, are viewed as normal. It's common to squirt water (colored) on passers-by on this day. Also, dunking friends in mud or colored-water pool amid laughter & fun, and getting intoxicated are more or less acceptable. As a matter of fact, you can get away with almost anything by just saying, "please don't mind, it's Holi!"