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At some places in India Holi is played on Ranga Panchami. Ranga Panchami usually falls after five days of Holi festivity in rest of the India.
On the eve of Holika Dahan huge bonfires are lit to commemorate the burning of the Demoness Holika, the sister of Demon Hiranyakashipu.
Holi is also known as the festival of colours. On this day people throw coloured powder and coloured water on each other.
Holi Puja Vidhi
Aaj Biraj Me Holi