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  • 22 Oct, 2021

Holi 2022: Shubh Muhurat, Mythological Tale And Much More

 

Holi in India is the festival of colors that people across the country celebrate from varying religions. It has its own significance, and as per astrology, it is believed that on this day, planets Sun and Moon lie on either end of each other in the sky. Holi 2022 is on March 18, Friday. So, for this year, with the blooming of spring, the festival is around mid-March, bidding goodbye to the winter season. Usually, the date of the Holi festival depends on the movement of the planet Moon. Thus, varying year to year. The festival is generally celebrated for 2 days. However, in many parts of India, the festival celebration starts days before the actual date and ends days after the same. Holi 2022: Celebration Date and Shubh Muhurat The Festival of Holi in 2022 is on March 18, being the main day of celebrating the festival of colors—Dhulandi. As for the Holi Dahan, it is on March 17 and is known as Choti Holi or Holika Dahan Divas. As per the legend of the festival of Holi, the Holika Dahan time is considered an inauspicious period when it occurs in the Bhadra Phase. However, if you perform the Holika Dahan on the Full Moon time of the Phalguna month, the time is highly auspicious. Thus, it is advisable to perform the Holika Dahan Pooja only during the Bhadra Poonch. According to Panchang, the most auspicious Muhurat of Holika Dahan 2022 would be between 09:06 PM to 10:16 PM on March 17. This makes the shubh muhurat for the Holika Dahan of 1 hour and 10 minutes. Holika Dahan 2022 Shubh Muhurat after Bhadra period shall be from 01:12 AM to 6:28 AM on March 18.

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