So, it's Holi just round the corner. Everywhere you must be hearing about saving water and the push to play Tilak Holi. But, in the midst of the unending debate, we forget to enjoy the festival colours in its true essence. It is about spending some quality time with your friends and families. Holi is a one-of-its-kind festival, which is best enjoyed with colors and water. The world is highly obsessed about saving water only on that day and somewhere in the hustle of everyday life, the campaign to 'save water' drowns right after the day of Holi! Why? Why do you guys play such spoilsports? What is it that hurts you when we enjoy to the the fullest? Please let us enjoy #GuiltFreeHoli! We pledge to save water for the rest of the 364 days of the year.
Wishing to play this Holi as #GuiltFreeHoli, I want to bring to your notice some of the eccentric creatures and ''namunes'' you come across on every Holi! Have an enjoyable read!
Who look forward to playing Holi with their crush and have been fantasising about it since long!
You name it, and he will get it. He is the one who does all arrangements for 'bhaang', 'daaru' and all the 'chakna' you want. If he is in, you need not worry about any of your 'bandobast'!
This is the chap who is the centre of attraction, the one who is always dragged, also the one who has garnered the maximum footage in the group, for his bubbly conduct.
The one who attacks from the back. He will catch hold of you and dash dollops of colour at you, while you will be left figuring out 'saala aaya kaha se?!"
The one who enjoys Holi for the FUN it brings with it. I hope you got what I meant with the fun! The ones who come in this group love Holi for the extra joy and exhilaration. They can be spotted sitting separately and enjoying by themselves.
He is the one who manages to grab all the strange colours, ranging from black to silver to any bizarre colour you can imagine! And he makes it a point to colour each and everyone with it!
The water fearing gang, they hate getting wet in colour. Infact, they only visit the places that play dry Holi or don't play at all. They are the ones who hate "pacca rang"! They are the "GULAAL GANG"!
They are the ones who can be spotted hurling balloons at the passers-by on roads, and often screaming the solid punch "BURA NA MANO HOLI HAI"! their speed of filling balloons and their aim in hurling the filled balloons is stupendous. I am sure, if you are in their company, you will laugh your hearts out.
These are the ones who have dunked themselves in oil, from head-to-toe! They care so much for their skin that they do not want even a spot of that annoying fluorescent pink left in any corner of their body!
These chaps get all possible locks for their house on the day of Holi, 'cause they do not want anyone to colour them. They simply hate it! Their innate wish is to get an "invisibility cloak" for themselves on Holi. They DO NOT WANT TO BE SPOTTED! They play the underdogs, intentionally!
They hit the roads and love to ride their bikes after being coloured from top to bottom in vibrant colors. They love to sing songs loud, they are the ones hooting slogans on the roads, they color whoever they see without it, in short they celebrate Holi and spread its colors and spirit, as far as they can!
Having given you an account of the sorts of individuals you may encounter on the day of Holi, we want you to play #GuiltFreeHoli and enjoy your hearts out. Leave no regrets people, enjoy Holi in its full fervour!
So, here's WittyFeed wishing you a very Happy Holi!
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