Holi is traditionally observed all over India during the month of Phalguna(the last month in Hindu Calendar), before the onset of Spring. The festival of Holi can be regarded as a celebration of the Colors of Unity & Brotherhood - an opportunity to forget all differences. It has traditionally been celebrated in high spirit without any distinction of cast, creed, color or status. It is an occasion when sprinkling colored powder or colored water on each other breaks all barriers of discrimination so that everyone looks the same and universal brotherhood is reaffirmed. This is one simple reason to participate in this colorful festival.
11 AMHoli Pooja and Holika Dahan
12 NoonCelebration with colors Music and SPECIAL LUNCH
Event Information: HTCC Holi Celebrations by Hindu Temple and Cultural Center of IOWA
Note: We provide all Indian (desi) events. Your source of all the Desi Indian events happening in and around Des Moines.
DesMoinesIndian.com has tried it's best to provide accurate information, we request you to check our site for updates.
DesMoinesIndian.com is not responsible for any cancellations or changes in events.
DesMoinesIndian.com is operated under
IndianLoop.com network (Broadlink, LLC site) and is
a Trademark of BroadLink, LLC. Any unauthorized use of these Trademarks is strictly prohibited.
All the content on this site is protected under the copyright law. No content can be reproduced in any form without the written consent of BroadLink, LLC.
Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors.
Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker.