In Jaisalmer, Border Security Force (BSF) personnel celebrated Holi, the festival of colours, with great enthusiasm on Friday. BSF jawans threw colors on each other and danced on Holi songs. Dhol and dhol were also played and the jawans danced to the tune of ‘Rang Barse’. Slogans of ‘Jai Mathrubhumi’, ‘BSF ki Jai’ reverberated.
Senior officers also distributed sweets on the occasion and attended the function along with the jawans. Marking the beginning of the spring season, Holi is the festival of colours, symbolizing happiness and the victory of good over evil. Although Holi is primarily a Hindu festival, it is also celebrated by people of other religions. It marks the arrival of spring harvest season in the country. People celebrate the festival by sprinkling some sweets, thandai and colored powder, water and balloons while chanting “Holi Hai”.
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