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Wish you all.....

HAPPY HOLI.....................

pLAY SAFE................Smile

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Originally posted by suraj_sunuwar

Holi Love Play of Radha & Krishna 

Lord Krishna has often been portrayed as a naughty prankster in his childhood and a lover-boy in his youth. His beloved Radha and the cowherd girls 'Gopis' in general loved him even more for his pranks and eve teasing. The Holi of Braj is famous all over India for its intimate connection with the divine deities and their love plays. It is said that when Krishna was a young boy, he asked the reason for his dark color while Radha was so fair. His mother Yashoda playfully suggested that he should smear color on Radha's face too and change her complexion to any color he wanted. Captivated by the idea, Krishna proceeded to do so and thus, introduced the play of colors on Holi. 

Even today, Holi is one of the most important festival of Braj, where the men of Nandgaon and women of Barsana play 'latthmar Holi' in the remembrance of the playful throw of colors by Krishna on 'Gopis' and their resistance. The trace of eroticism and romance pervades Holi as depicted in the love plays of Krishna and Radha. In Mathura, Vrindavan, Gokul and Barsana, Holi is a two-week long festival featuring play of colors, folk songs called 'Hori', folk dances such as Raas-Lila, staging the various aspects of Radha and Krishna's love.








Holi Folk Song


Syama Piya More Rangade Chunariya

Syama piya more rangade chunariya

Aisi rangade ke ranga nahi chhute
Dhobiya dhoye chahe yeh sari umaria

Lal na rangaun main, hari na rangaun
Apane hi ranga mein rangade chunariya 

Bina rangaye main to ghar nahi jaungi
Beet hi jaye chahe yeh sari umariya

Jal se patala kaun hai 
Kaun bhumi se bhari 
Kaun agana se tej hai 
Kaun kajala se kari 

Jala se patala jnana hai 
Aur pap bhumi se bhari 
Krodha agana se teja hai 
Aur ik kalana kajala se kari 

Mira ke prabhu giridhara nagara 
Prabhu charanana mein 
Hari charanana mein
Syama charanana mein lagi najaria 

Ita true really very nice 

Holi Love Play of Radha & Krishna 

Lord Krishna has often been portrayed as a naughty prankster in his childhood and a lover-boy in his youth. His beloved Radha and the cowherd girls 'Gopis' in general loved him even more for his pranks and eve teasing. The Holi of Braj is famous all over India for its intimate connection with the divine deities and their love plays. It is said that when Krishna was a young boy, he asked the reason for his dark color while Radha was so fair. His mother Yashoda playfully suggested that he should smear color on Radha's face too and change her complexion to any color he wanted. Captivated by the idea, Krishna proceeded to do so and thus, introduced the play of colors on Holi. 

Even today, Holi is one of the most important festival of Braj, where the men of Nandgaon and women of Barsana play 'latthmar Holi' in the remembrance of the playful throw of colors by Krishna on 'Gopis' and their resistance. The trace of eroticism and romance pervades Holi as depicted in the love plays of Krishna and Radha. In Mathura, Vrindavan, Gokul and Barsana, Holi is a two-week long festival featuring play of colors, folk songs called 'Hori', folk dances such as Raas-Lila, staging the various aspects of Radha and Krishna's love.

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A VERY COLORFULL HOLI AND LIFE TO YOU ALL.
ENJOY THE HOLI FESTIVAL

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Posted: 20 March 2011 at 9:31am | IP Logged
Happy Holi Everyone!!!

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