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|Safety Tips For Holi
For playing a safe Holi, follow necessary safety tips. Given below are some of the safety tips for the festival of Holi.
Holi is a festival of joy and colors.
However, one should always be on alert to prevent any accident that may
mar all the fun and change the scene to a sad one. Here are some Dos and
Don'ts that are necessary to really enjoy Holi to its fullest. Remember
to use these precautions to enjoy the festival of Holi safely.
Holi is meant to be a rough festival with tradition of applying colors
to the guests and friends with or without their consent. Any kind of
rudeness is totaly forgiven on this day but these kinds of fun should
also be participated under a certain limits. Fun, food and colors is all
that should spread on this holy day of Holi. You should always remember
to use these small prcautions so that no one that you know or love gets
- Dental caps are a good idea to protect you teeth from staining.
- Sunglasses go a long way in keeping your eyes safe from the
harmful chemicals of the colors.
- Wear old and ragged clothes that you can easily discard while
playing Holi as your clothes may never look wearable again with all
those color stains.
- Wear full-sleeved t-shirts or shirts and leggings that cover your
legs fully. Socks will be a good idea too.
- Brightly colored and dark colored clothes are preferable for the
mood of the day.
- Granted that it is almost impossible to save you face from attack
of colors, so while being attacked, keep eyes and lips tightly
- If you are playing Holi, apply a thick layer of coconut or any
oil on your body and hair till they glisten and you become slippery.
- This will not only help in escaping from the frenzied mob attack
but also will help you to wash off colors easily later on.
- While washing off the color, use lukewarm water and keep your
eyes and lips tightly closed.
- If you are traveling, keep the car windows tightly shut. Better
still; avoid traveling on Dhuledi, the day of playing colors.