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  1. In India Holi is celebrated with colour, music, dance and bonfires. It marks the beginning of summer. It also highlight the end of cold and hardship, and the successful of the winter crop. Hindus all over the world, Holi also celebrates the victory of good over evil, symbolised in the story of Prahlad, the young boy who overcame evil and tyranny, by his steadfast faith in Vishnu. During the holi day people assemble near the fire. The eldest member initiates the lighting. He then smears others with colour as a mark of greeting. Next day the festival is celebrated with colours and lot of frolic. Children and young take extreme delight in the festival. Though the festival is usually played with colours at some places people also enjoy playing Holi with mud. Folk songs are sung at high pitch and people dance to the tune of dholak and the spirit of Holi. Bhang is consumed with a variety of mouth watering delicacies such as pakoras and thandai to enhance the mood of the festival. Lquor are consumed alongside ganja and bhang, which is sometimes added to foodstuffs. During holi most of Holi Recipes like PURAN POLI ,GUJIA,PAPRI,Dahi Bhalle,Malpua ,Sweet Kachoris etc are made at home. HAPPY AND SAFE HOLI