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How Not to Celebrate Holi in 2020

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It is that time of the year again. India’s La Tomatina with double the fun and zero tomatoes, a few eggs, maybe? Uhh, let’s not get into the details. Indians are a creative bunch, no doubt about it.

We are here to discuss what should “not” be done on Holi. Trust us, refraining from the following will not spoil any of the fun.

Here are 4 things that you should definitely avoid doing on Holi.

  • Spare the animals

animals

The worst thing you can do on Holi is to celebrate it with animals. They can’t speak, their definition of “celebration” is not even remotely close to our interpretation of the same. Also, they don’t have a shower and a shampoo to just clean themselves spot free at the end of the day. So kindly refrain, celebrate it within your trusted company.

  • Avoid creating an unnecessary commotion

unnecessary commotion

People shouting and loud music is a usual site on Holi. Find a way to have fun without disturbing the peace. Your neighbor might not share the same level of enthusiasm. They’re just too polite to say anything. Practice decency.

  • Don’t throw colors, water balloons on strangers

No water balloons on strangers

This is not only indecent, but you never know where the other person is off to. A celebration of love should be exclusive to your family and friends.

  • Don’t waste too much water

Don’t waste  water

This goes without saying, considering the fact that water is a precious resource. Use it judiciously and be careful to not pollute it with artificial colors.

We hope that this read enlightened you to a certain degree. That being said, don’t forget to have. Have a fantastic and safe Holi with your friends and family.

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