Let’s Play Holi! (Giveaway Alert!!!)

Holi, also known as the festival of colours” is a traditional hindu festival that marks the beginning of spring. The festival also signifies the victory of good over evil. It encourages and reminds people to live, laugh, forgive and forget and celebrate with joy and happiness with your family and friends, near and dear.

Source: smithsonianmag.com

The festival is best known for the powder or “Gulal” that people throw on each other. While that’s common knowledge what most people don’t know is that the four basic colors of the Gulal symbolises a feature. Red reflects love and fertility, blue is the colour of Lord Krishna, yellow is the colour of turmeric and green symbolises spring and new beginnings.

SO What’s Happening This Holi?

Holi is popularly celebrated all across UAE by residents of all religions and cultures. There are a whole bunch of events happening but we’d like to draw your attention to one such event. The Holi Hungama 2018! 

Novo Events, brings to you the ultimate Holi Madness on the 2nd of March. The event is headlined by none other than Diljit Dosanjh alongside some great local Djs.



Tickets are on sale for AED 80 (Single), AED 120 (Couple) and AED 250 (Family, 5 members) and are available at platinumlist.net

About Diljit Dosanjh: Indian actor, singer, television presenter and social media celebrity who works in Punjabi and Hindi cinema. He is recognised as one of the leading artists in the Punjabi music industry. Among his many songs stick with us the most popular ones: Do you Know, Laembadgini, Move your Lakk and many more.

But now that you’re here we’d like to give you a chance to WIN FREE TICKETS and party with Diljit Dosanjh. Fill out the form below and to increase your chances to win,  Click Here and enter our giveaway on our instagram. Contest is open to UAE residents only. 

Don’t get lost on the way to the event, here is the location:

Author: Avinash Rajan


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  1. Holi, known as the ‘festival of colors’ is celebrated on the full moon day falling in the month of Phalguna (Feb-Mar). Various colors and water are thrown on each other.


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