India’s most loved festival- Holi, is here! The festival that marks the victory of good over evil, is celebrated with much zeal and joy in all parts of the country. India will be celebrating one of its most loved festival on March 6 after all the rituals of ‘Holika Dahan‘ are done away on a night before. Enthusiasts across every age-group celebrate the festival of colours – Holi by spraying colours and splashing waters on each other. But there is also another way to spread across the smiles in the season of colours – sending equally colourful images, greetings to friends and relatives staying far from you at the moment. (Also read: Holi Special- WhatsApp & SMS jokes on Indian Politicians: Best funny messages on Narendra Modi, Arvind Kejriwal, Rahul Gandhi!) Also Read - Secret Has Gone With You! Sushant Singh Rajput's MS Dhoni Co-Star Bhumika Chawala Shares Heartfelt Post

Holi is one of those festivals which is played by mostly all of us with equal zeal and joy. Not only people of age groups enjoy this splendid festival of colours and water, but also dilute the religious lines in order to participate in the festivities. The festival of Holi also holds an ancient significance. The victory of good over evil is one of the most virtuous example the festival of Holi resembles. (Also read: Happy Holi SMS 2015: Top 21 Holi WhatsApp messages & Facebook updates in Hindi to send Dhulandi wishes to your loved ones!) Also Read - ECB Terminates Players' Contracts For The Hundred

‘Dhuleti, Dhulandi, Badi Holi’ are other names of the grand festival, which sees people throwing water balloons and sprinkling colours on their near and dear ones. Festivals’ celebrations in India is often  an occasion for reunion of friends and family members. If you’re one of those who is separated from your loved ones by distance, we bring to you some pictures, which may give a moment of oneness. (Also read: Happy Holi 2015: Top 9 organic colours you can make at home this Dhulandi) Also Read - Zee Digital Witnesses Remarkable Growth, Ranks 3rd on ComScore In January 2020 In News & Information Category

As Holi nears, we at India.com bring to you some of the most colourful, flashy and spectacular picture messages that you can send to your relatives, friends, or colleagues on WhatsApp, Facebook or through the traditional ‘SMS’ on mobiles:

1. Pichkari ki dhaar, Gulal ki bauchar, Apno ko pyaar, Yahi hai yaaron Holi ka tyohar..

2. Full form of HOLI? H-Happiest, O-Occasion of, L-Love & I-Intimacy.

3. Today is the day when if someone is asked- Kahan Ja Rahe Ho? And one can proudly say “Muh Kala Karwane”

4. Log aaj ke din Rang lagate hai, Aur baaki ke din Rang badalte nazar aate hai..

5. Pyar ke rang se bharo pichkari, Sneh se rang do duniya sari.. Aapko mubarak ho apno ki Holi

6. Daaru ki khushbu, Ganje ki roti, charas ka saag, aur Wills ka pyar, Mubarak ho aapko Holi ka tyohar! 

7. Khulta hai joodaa khulne do, Neela rang to abhi hai baaki.. Peele rang pe niyat doli, Aaja hum bhi khele Holi.

The festival of Holi isn’t just exhausting yourself by indulging in applying colours and splattering water, but also serves a purpose to enhance your taste buds. On the occassion of Holi, people make special sweet dishes of which ‘Gujiyaa’ is the most savouring one. Not only Gujiyaas, people also consume a pint of bhaang with milk to complement the Holi festivities. Enjoy Holi with your friends and relatives, but understandin one’s responsibility. Stay safe and healthy this Holi. India.com wishes you a very Happy Holi! (Also Read: Holi 2015 Special: Bhang, Puran Poli – Top 6 traditional delicacies to enhance your taste buds!) (Photo Credits: Jyoti Desale | Copyrights: India.com 2015)