We celebrate the festivals of Holi and Dhuleti in remembrance of Prahlad’s triumph of good over evil. The Holi festival is celebrated in Fagan upon the full moon to give respect to Prahlad for his spiritual dedication to the lord Shree Vishnu. The day after the eve of the Holi festival. we celebrate Dhuleti in recognition of Prahlad’s triumph over evil.
The two-days Indian festival, 1st day is called Holi and next day of Holi is Dhuleti. Holi is celebrated on the Phalgun Purnima (or Pooranmashi, Full Moon) in the month of Phalgun according to the Hindu calendar, which is generally in February and March and Gujarati Calendar Month Phagan (Hindi Fagun). 20th February 2019, Sunday devotees of fangni celebrated the Holi and Celebration of Dhuleti on 21st March 2019, Monday had filled the real color of love, spirituality, equality and dedication towards keeping alive Indian culture & tradition.