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I was also curious or tried to act like I was a scientific geek,
to know why some festival or ritual is being conducted.
Here are some...
I was also curious or tried to act like I was a scientific geek, to know why some festival or ritual is being conducted.
Here are some scientific significance for celebrating Holi.1. Holi is celebrated during the spring when temperature changes from cold to hot and human body experiences tardiness, to overcome this laziness and rejuvenate the system of human body Holi is celebrated.
2. The organic colors sprayed in the festival penetrated into the body and nourishes the skin. Not just that, loud songs are played which triggers every nerve of the body and shake off laziness.
3. The Holika dahan is marked by lighting a bon fire. As its the mutation period of spring and winter, bacteria would reside in the atmosphere and human body. In Holika dahan (Bon Fire), People walk around the dahan, which helps to kill the bacteria.
4. In South India ash from Bon fire and sandle wood paste is mixed and applied on the forehead and mango leaf is consumed to promote good health.
The day before holi is the Holika Dahan. Foremost is the legend
The day before holi is the Holika Dahan. Foremost is the legend of Hiranyakshyap and his son Prahlad. He is a King who considered himself powerful and expected everyone to worship him. To his wrath his son became was an ardant devotee of Lord Vishnu, so to get rid of his son, Hiranyakshyap asked his sister, Holika to enter a blazing fire with Prahlad in her lap, as she had a boon to enter fire unscathed. Its a myth that Prahlad was saved for his extreme devotion for the lord while Holika paid a price for her sinister desire. The tradition of burning Holika or the 'Holika dahan' comes mainly from this legend.
Secondly, the legend of Radha and Krishna which describes the extreme delight, Krishna took in applying colour on Radha and other gopis. This prank of Krishna later, became a trend and a part of the Holi festivities.Also, mythology states that Holi is the celebration of death of Ogress Pootana who tried to kill infant, Krishna by feeding poisonous milk to it.Legend of Holi in South India, is that people celebrate the sacrifice of Lord of Passion Kaamadeva who risked his life to revoke Lord Shiva from meditation and save the world.