Holi or the festival of colour is celebrated for two days. The first day is on Purnima (Chaturdashi) or the fourteenth night of the full moon, when a bonfire called Holika Dahan is lit. It is the first in the city, from where local people carry fire to light the bonfires in their own streets. The second day known as Dhulandi is for playing with colours and water, with enthusiasm and joy. Every year, the Museum invites folk artistes who perform folk dances and sing songs related to the festival, which celebrates the demise of the demoness Holika.


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