The festival of Holi lasts for a day and night. It starts with Holika Dahan or Choti Holi, followed by Dhulandi on the other day. This year the festival of colour will be celebrated on March 18 and Choti Holi will fall on March 17. This festival marks the victory of good over evil. It is a day when people smear colours on each other faces, enjoy their favourite delicacies and have the chilled bhang thandai. The festival promotes brotherhood and togetherness. It also marks the commencement of the Spring season in India. It is the day to spread love and laughter with your friends and family and wish them luck for the coming year. Here are some inspirational quotes that you can send your loved ones this festive season:
Happy Holi 2022: Messages and quotes
The colours of Holi spreads a message of peace and happiness. Let’s forget all the differences and celebrate this festival of colours.
Have fun with colours on Holi, eat lots of sweets and have a great time with your loved ones. Happy Choti Holi!
May god gives you all the colours of life, joy, happiness, friendship, and love. Have a wonderful Holi!
Even though I am not with you on this joyous occasion of Holi, my thoughts and prayers are with you. Wish you a joyous Holi!
Holi is a time to rekindle relationships and bond with those you care about a lot. Happy Choti Holi!
Wishing you happiness, success and glory. May your Holi celebrations this year be memorable!
May God bless you with joy and prosperity on this auspicious day. Wishing you and your loved ones a very colourful Choti Holi!
Warm greetings to you and your loved ones on this auspicious occasion of Choti Holi!
May your day be full of colours, happiness, laughter and smile. Wishing you a very Happy Choti Holi!
May the spirit of Holi bring you happiness. The warmth of Holi brings you joy, and the joy of Holi brings you hope. I wish you a joyous Holi!
Let us make this Holi special by sprinkling the colors of love on one another. Happy Holi to you, my love.
Have a great time with colors on Holi and the rest of the days filled with love. Holi greetings!
Holi is the day when people use colors to express their love. It’s time to express your feelings. All of the colors on you represent love! Holi greetings!
Holi is the day to express love through colors. It’s time to show affection, and all the colors on you are of love. Holi greetings!
Colors that make you happy. Friendship colors, love colors, and prosperity colors. May you have fun with all of the colors of Holi. Holi greetings!
Warm greetings to you and your loved ones. May you forget all your worries and enjoy this day to the fullest. Happy Holi.
Red, green, yellow, and blue… The colors of Holi remind me of you… Here is wishing you a colourful and joyous Choti Holi!
Wishing you happiness, success and glory. May your Holi celebrations this year be memorable. Happy Choti Holi!
May all the 365 days of the year be as colourful as the festival of Holi. Wishing you and your family a very happy choti holi!
Wishing you and your family health wealth & sheer on the occasion of Choti Holi!
May God Spray Colors of Success, Prosperity and Health Over You and Your Family, and Fill Each Moment with Love and Happiness, Wish You All a Very Happy Choti Holi
Bright colors, water balloons, tasty gujiyas and melodious songs are the ingredients for a perfect Holi. Wish you and your family a very happy and colorful Choti Holi
Holi is a festival that helps to develop love and understanding for each other. Let us forget all our anger and celebrate Holi together!
Let’s celebrate life with colours and enthusiasm. May we be able to fill colours in the lives of others as well.
May the colour red bring prosperity and the colour yellow bless you with good health on this day of Holi.
Wishing you all a blessed and Happy Holi. Have a fantastic and colourful Choti Holi this year.
Let’s fill each other with the colour of Holi and the deepest shade of love. Happy Holi, my love.
Wish you a colourful day with all kinds of colour, love, and happiness. God bless you and your family. I wish you a very happy Choti Holi!