According to the Hindu calendar, it falls in the month of Phalgun on the fifth date of Krishna Paksha. This unique festival of colors falls in the month of February or March. In earlier times the festival of Holi was celebrated for many days and Rangpanchami was the last day of Holi and after that no color was played. This tradition is still intact in many places in India.
What is the significance of Rang Panchami? -: Like Holi, this festival is full of fun, joy and colors. For the Hindu people, the day plays an important religious significance because it is believed that in the holy fire of Holika Dahan, people renounce all negative thoughts and negative Vastu, the atmosphere is filled with positivity and positive aura one and all. Encircles Rang Panchami involves invoking the deities and is a part of the worship of the manifest form of the deities. Its purpose is to activate the five elements of bright elements and to touch and feel the deities attracted to the respective colors. These five elements are a source that help to activate the element of the gods according to the spiritual spirit of the creature. This year also, this year Panchami festival will be celebrated with great pomp on 13 March 2020.
How is Rang Panchami celebrated? -: According to Hindu mythology and scriptures, the festival of Rang Panchami symbolizes the victory and triumph of Sattva Guna over the Tamasika virtue and Rajasik virtue. It shows that the obstacles and impediments in the path of spiritual development will soon come to an end. Like every year, this year also this festival will be celebrated with great pomp, people celebrate this festival with their loved ones and East friends with great pomp, on this day also people dance each other with gulal abir. Forgetting Shikwe and enjoy this festival, Rang Panchami is celebrated in different ways in different temples of Mathura, Holi festival is celebrated here for 60 days. And north India, the celebration in various parts of Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh is celebrated especially.