Bollywood Holi 2016 – Festival of Colors, Celebration of Life

Bollywood HOLI 2016

Festival of Colors, Celebration of Life

After chilly winters, when the Spring approaches and brings new life to plants…When temperature starts becoming warmer…Holi approaches!

Holi is a spring festival celebrated in India. It symbolizes the festival of Colors or the festival of sharing love. Though Holi has its roots in ancient Hindu culture, it is now a global festival celebrated in many parts of the world.

Holi is celebrated over 2 days. First day or rather night is devoted for “Holika Dahan” or “Holika Bonfire”. This is considered as burning evils and purifying our minds and surroundings. Holika is a Goddess and all pray to her for peace and well-being.

The next morning – Dhuleti or Festival of Colors begin. Friends and Family gather and play with dry colors and colored water. There are water guns and balloons to fight the friendly color battles. All forget their differences and enjoy the fun and frolic.

No festival can be complete without traditional dishes! Yummylicious Puran Polis (Rotis stuffed with Jaggery and Gram flour), Gujias (Sweet Dumplings) and loads of other delicacies are prepared. What a bliss! Colors, Water and lip-smacking delights! There is a special drink called “Thandai” that is the highlight of the Holi event.

Now no need to be in India to celebrate this grand festival of Colors. In Singapore too, you can immerse yourself in the colors of love, joy and have complete family fun.


RainbowDiaries is proud to be associated with “VMall’s Bollywood Holi 2016” – The Biggest and the Best! It is so much fun to be the Social Media Partner of Bollywood Holi 2016.

So it’s time…


Get set to paint yourself in the colors of Joy in this Holi by the Beach.

Relive your childhood memories of Holi again at Bollywood Holi 2016 on April 2nd – A complete entertainment package and food festival! 

  • Colors, Water Guns and unlimited fun
  • Special Kiddie Pool, Popcorn and Cotton Candy
  • Picturesque Beach Location
  • Non Stop DJ Music
  • Finger Licking Street Food with Gujia, Thandai and Paan
  • Attractive Lucky Draw Prizes
  • Ample Parking


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    Traditionally, in rural Karnataka children collect money and wood in the weeks prior to Holi, and on “Kamadahana” night all the wood is put together and lit. The festival is celebrated for two days. People in north Karnataka prepare special food on this day.

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  10. Tiffany Yong Reply

    I have never heard of a holiday called the Bollywood, but this is definitely something different and interesting! Do share more about the event if you are attending!

  11. Bhushavali Reply

    Whoa!!! Apr 2nd is my birthday… Ain’t I super glad to hear that my birthday is being celebrated by so many of you!!!!!!!!!!!! Happy Holi!!!!

  12. Elizabeth O. Reply

    This is the first time I’ve heard of this festival and I think it’s really awesome that we’re celebrating something like this. I’ve been reading posts from all over about how they celebrated and it’s so inspiring!

  13. Rosey Reply

    Well, that’s a fun way to get to play with colors!! Particularly fun because adults don’t get to get messy all that often, intentionally. 🙂

  14. Betty Liew Reply

    This is fun and I think Malaysia also has Holi and I love seeing colorful event and everyone seeing enjoy this festival. I want to join this event next year either in Singapore or Malaysia.

  15. Claire Marie Algarme Reply

    I have experienced the Holi Festival in Manila, which was organized by the Indian Embassy here and other partner institutions. It was fun! The sweet delicacies were also delicious. I hope that I’d be able to experience this in India someday.

  16. Kakalina Reply

    Wish to experience this interesting festival at India someday. Have a better understanding about the festival after read your blog post. 🙂

  17. qian Reply

    sounds like an interesting event. actually my first time heard about this event, definitely it’ll be fun!

  18. Fred Reply

    I would like to witness a Holi event one day. I am not sure if I want to be covered in colors myself though.

  19. Mommy Roxi Reply

    I’ve always been so amazed with Bollywood and how everything looks so lively and full of color! It’s going to be a great event!

  20. Leke Awonuga Reply

    This event sounds fun. Will love to experience the diverse cultures and lifestyles from your region. Bollywood and Nollywood should collaborate to stage such future events.

  21. Amanda Love Reply

    I would love to do one of those Bollywood events one day. I love learning new cultures and I’ve heard that their events is a lot of fun.

  22. roch Reply

    During festivities like Holi, I am most excited about sampling different kinds of dishes. Gujias sound new to me and the rest of the array of food must be one of the biggest highlights of the event.

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