Holi - Festival of Colors

March 6th - Miracle City & Miracle Heights, IND : Holi Festival of Colours is a 16 day unique adventure in India. It is one of the major festivals in India and the most vibrant of all. According to mythology, we celebrate this festival as a bonfire death of Holika, the sister of Hiranyakashipu. We celebrate this festival as a significance of Undying love of Radha for Lord Krishna.

People from all corners of India, gather at Mathura-Vrindavan every year to feel the essence of Holi in the land of Krishna. This festival holds the significant fusion of winter and summer. The celebration of Holi starts with the Holika Bonfire before the day of Holi where all the nearby people gathers in order to enjoy the night with singing and dancing.

Next morning is a free for all carnival of colours, where everyone starts splashing colours on each other with different coloured powders, coloured water and even chasing with water guns & balloons filled with coloured water for their water fight. And this would be celebrated without any discrimination of rich or poor, children or elders, man or woman and friend or stranger. It signifies the victory of good over evil, the arrival of spring, end of winter, and for many a festive day to meet others, play & laugh, forget & forgive, and repair ruptured relationships.

As the Miraclites are the colours of a rainbow to the organisation which splatters different colours to celebrate the festival HOLI. On the occasion of Holi festival all the employees rocked up the evening with different coloured costumes which made the place look as if a sky with different coloured stars shining up. In prior, the teams of different departments were announced to come up in different coloured costumes. And on the day of Holi the team with Best sparkling colours of RAINBOW are being announced as the "Kaleidoscopic Team". The team was gifted with a glass memento named as "Kaleidoscopic Team" and with a beautiful quote which made the miraclites delighted.