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Share your ideas on “Environmentally Friendly Ways to Celebrate Yaoshang (Holi)

Start Date: 28-02-2023
End Date: 28-03-2023

The festival of colours, Holi or Yaoshang is almost here, and we are already feeling the excitment! Yaoshang may be associated with fun activities like playing with colours, water ...

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The festival of colours, Holi or Yaoshang is almost here, and we are already feeling the excitment! Yaoshang may be associated with fun activities like playing with colours, water balloons, and eating delicious food, but it's also vital that we care for our environment and our health.

Playing Yaoshang or Holi in an environmentally responsible manner won't make it any less enjoyable.

Join our discussion to share you ideas on the topic!

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BrahmDevYadav 3 months 6 days ago

Which natural products can be used to play Holi?
There are some natural ways to make Holi colours. Red color can be acquired by boiling petals of red hibiscus or red roses, beet or carrots. Tomato or carrot juice, pomegranate peel, puroi xaak guti, red sandalwood can also be used for the same. Yellow colour can be acquired by boiling marigold petals.