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5, 10 Lines on Holi Festival Important Points, Essay, Speech

5, 10 Lines on Holi Festival Important Points, Essay, Speech

We, Indians love celebrations and festivals, we have different festivals and events spread across the year. It’s a month of March, a month of Holi, the festival of colours, a celebration of the victory of virtue and goodness over evil. During this time, school kids get homework to write 5, 10 or 15 lines on Holi festival. They may also ask to recite a few lines speech on similar topics like Diwali, Dussehra, My School, My Motheretc. Such information is available all over the internet in abundance, but in this article, we are simplifying it so that school kids of class 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 can understand it.

In the first section, we are giving 5 plus a few extra lines, which are simple and can be useful for LKG, UKG kids. Next, we have given 10 lines on Holi in English for class 1, 2, 3 students. In the next section, we are giving a (15 to 20 sentences) short essay, speech on Holi, which can be used by students of class 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. Thought the information given in this section is in essay format, one can use it for speech or even for short paragraph on Holi festival. Hope that helps…

5 Sentences About Holi in English for KG, UKG Kids

  1. I like the colours a lot.
  2. that is why Holi is my favourite festival.
  3. It is also called as “Festival of Colors”
  4. People colour each other in vibrant colours.
  5. But we also need to be careful.
  6. We should avoid bad colours.
  7. I play Holi with my friends, sister, and parents.
  8. Everyone loves Holi.

10 Points, Lines On Holi in English for class 1, 2, 3 Students

1. Holi is a festival of colours.
2. It is celebrated across India.
3. Holi is a 2-day festival.
4. One first day’s night we do Holika Dahan (Bonfire).
5. The first day of Holi is called Choti Holi.
6. On the second day, people play with colour powder and water. A Big Detailed Essay on Holi Speech
7. The second day of Holi is called Rangwali Holi, Dhuleti, Dhulandi, Phagwah or Rang Panchami.
8. Holi is celebrated to welcome the spring season.
9. Holi signifies the victory of good over bad (evil).
10. On this day, Lord Vishnu saved his great devotee Prahlad from his aunt Holika.
11. That is why people burn big bonfire on Choti Holi.

15 to 20 Lines Short Essay on Holi for Class 4, 5 Students

Holi is an Indian spring festival celebrated in the whole of India with great energy and enthusiasm. It is also called as “Festival of Colors”. Holi signified the triumph of good over evil, it also celebrated the end of winter and arrival of the spring season. Spring blossoms the flora and fauna with a different hue of colours that is why Holi is celebrated with colours.

The root of Holika Dahan is in Indian mythology. King Hiranyakashipu had a son Prahlad, who was a great devotee of Lord Vishnu. Hiranyakashipu called his sister Holika to kill his son. She had a special veil or magic robe, which had the power to save the wearer from burning in fire.

Holika tried to kill Prahlad in the fire, expecting she will survive with the power of magic robe. But the reverse happened and Prahlad came out of a fire safely but Holika was burnt to death. Moral of the story is no one can harm the person who had God as his/her saviour.

Holi is a 2-day festival, on first day’s night, we burn bonfire to symbolize Holika Dahan. Next day called Rangwali, Dhuleti or Rang Panchami which we celebrate with colours.

Holi festival is crossing the Indian boundaries now. In the west, many people organize Holi event, a lot of people come together and enjoy the festival of colours. But they celebrate it as an event, party or a show without realizing the real significance and importance of Holi festival.

Note: If you liked the essay/speech and 10 lines on Holi festival then you can tell us why do you like Holi? How you celebrated it? in the comments below.

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Ajay Chavan

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I believe words have the power to change the world. So, here I am, determined to change the world and leave my mark on it, one word at a time.
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