HOLI is just around the corner! You must be excited to be a part of this extravagant festival of colors. It’s the colorful and fun-filled festival that is incomplete without spray colors, dance, party, delicacies, bhang and thandai. This Holi, let’s create #TheColorfulWorld with the following recipes, home decorating tips, safe Holi tips and DIYs:
There are a few traditional delicacies that are relished on this festival of colors making it even more enjoyable. Here’re are the two most famous Holi recipes to help you celebrate the festival to the hilt.
This traditional sweet dumpling with crispy, flaky outer crust and the goodness of dried fruits with no added sugar, makes for the best traditional sweet dish of Holi.
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DahiBhalle is an extremely scrumptious recipe, especially made on Holi. It’s a must-Holi-snack that is made of fried lentil balls, with yoghurt and delicious chutneys.
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Home Decorating Tips
Holi brings a splash of colors and liveliness to our homes and lives.This Holi, let’s decorate our homes to welcome this festival of colors with all eagerness and happiness. Here’re the two best home decorating ideas to make your Holi more happening.
One of the best ways to make your home look amazing for Holi is to embellish it with colorful flowers. Get garlands of marigold flower and hang them at different places like interior walls, railings of staircases, balconies and exterior walls. You can even decorate your living room with colorful bouquets. Flower petals can also be used to make Rangoli on the patio.
2. Wall hangings
On this Holi, festoon the interior of your home with colorful, vibrant wall hangings. Select stunning hangings that are made out of colorful motifs, mirror work, fabric patchwork and crafted paper patterns to beautify your walls.
Holi Safety Tips
Apart from all the happiness and fun it brings, Holi is also unsafe at times, especially for children. No worries, here’re a few tips that would help keep you and your children safe while playing Holi:
1. Home-made colors are safe
This Holi, play safe with natural home-made colors. If natural colors are not possible to be made, try using better quality colors. Use more of red or pink colors that not only look good, but can also easily be taken off. Gaudy green, purple, orange and dark colors have more harmful chemicals and should be avoided. In addition, make sure that your face is well-creamed before and after the play.
2. Eyes are particularly vulnerable
Make sure that the colors do not get inside your eyes. Eyes are extremely vulnerable on Holi due to their strategic place in body and also due to the use of harmful chemicals in the colors. And, if any of the colors enter your child’s or your eyes, wash the eyes immediately with plenty of water. Use a sunglass to protect your eyes from a misfire of color filled darts or water jets.
We’ve got a few Holi DIY craft ideas to help keep your kids busy during this festival of colors. Below are the two amazing Holi DIYs that are worth a try:
This DIY makes for one of the great Holi craft ideas to decorate your room with. Here’s how you can make it:
2. DIY Painted Feathers
The idea of painting fake feathers is always loved by everyone, and with festival season underway, it seems like the perfect time to do it. This DIY painted feather idea calls for fake feathers, painting colors and brush. So, take feathers and paint them as the way you want to.
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