Holika has been mentioned more than a dozen times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel '損失が出た場合でも控除が受けられる！ へのコメント' where it has less than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Holika had the highest popularity figure in March last year. Popularity decline is quite obvious over the last 6 months as the number of mentions has suffered a severe multifold decrease in this period.
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[...] festival Holi with utmost care and devotion. In 2017, Holi date is March 12 / 13. Celebrations of Holika Dahan – the Holy Bonfire The day before Holi is celebrated as Holika Dahan. On this day, the [...]
[...] is celebrated over two days. On the 1st day, clay huts are burnt signifying the legend of Holika dahan. On the 2nd day, the locals celebrate it with colours just like everyone else! 10. Rang [...]
[...] heralding the Vasanta-ritu (with spring starting from next day). Thus the full moon festival of Holika gradually became a festival of merrymaking, announcing the commencement of the spring season. [...]
[...] colouring the surroundings and filling fragrance in the air. How the festival is celebrated? Holika dahan Days before the festival people start gathering wood and combustible materials for the [...]
[...] family event. Holi Utsav will also be held at the Oceanview Mandir Compound, West Coast Demerara. Holika Dahan or the burning of Holika will be observed on the eve of Phagwah at the Camptown Ground, [...]
[...] speaking, Holi was derived from different legends and myths and one of which is the legend of Holika that signifies the victory of good over evil. HOLI-day Manila! Holi hai! (It’s Holi!) Holi [...]
[...] because it is the “beginning of the Hindu New Year”. Though there is the burning of the Holika on the night before the festivity, this festival could hardly be described as a “sacred event”, [...]
[...] sought to marginalize and extinguish the Indian culture in Guyana. Holi, the symbolic burning of Holika, the evil within a system or an individual, and Phagwah are celebrated all over the world where [...]
[...] as mandirs had low attendance and organizers shortened the celebration. Some mandirs burnt Holika on Wednesday night (a confusion over the sighting of the full moon) when there was freezing rain, [...]
[...] South Asia, as well as people of other communities outside Asia. Holi celebrations start with a Holika bonfire on the night before Holi where people gather, sing and dance. The next morning is a free- [...]