Holi is the day to express love with colours. It is a time to show affection. All the colours that are on you are the sign of love. Holi is a popular concept today, that is not new to Indian people. It is colour of festival which has now taken place to an another level in every part. Now the celebration of festival is completely demonstrating as the destruction by the people in various means which lead to destruction of public property as well as private property by mishandling the powers which is provided under article 51A (s)ie. “To value and preserve the rich heritage of our composite culture; (fundamental duties) to celebrate the most colourful festival that’s “holi”. Earlier holi colours are use to be extracted out of the dried leaves and the petals of flowers, which use to be very natural but now many chemicals are mixed and synthetic colours are used which are reactive in nature. So we should not carried away with the fun involved in the festival and forget nature.
And the most dishearten and embarrassing moment is the harassment and molestation faced by the women which hindered their right and loose the freedom to enjoy the festival of their choice. And in these occasions many families are afraid of their children security as it is not denying the fact that has to be accepted that people use to be heavily intoxicated in the name of god which leads to exploitation of others and themselves too.
Celebrate an eco-friendly Holi to avoid nature's exploitation this time. Furthermore, it is requested that prepare dry colours by adding the turmeric powder which is good for the skin. Celebrate Holi festival in the real way of sharing colours of joy, love and enthusiasm. This time around, we urge people to celebrate a waterless, eco-friendly and cruelty free holi. “No water in pichkari, no hurting by the water balloons, paints, dung on each other! Go for a dry holi with only eco-friendly colours and no pressurization and coercion on anyone” is message should be spread around. So, this holi move away from throwing away colours and water to each other and opt for a simple tilak holi and safe holi!