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Which colours are lucky for you this Holi?


Which colours are lucky for you this Holi?

Based on your ruling number find out all about your lucky colours!


Don’t know your ruling number? Find out now

1
All you number 1 people ruled by the Sun will celebrate Holi with excitement. Your lucky colours for Holi are yellow, bright orange and purple.

2
Those of you ruled by the number 2, will see yourself getting closer to your family this Holi. Your lucky colours for Holi are light green, yellow and violet.

3
This Holi will be about meeting people and striking new friendships, for all you number 3 people. Your lucky colours for Holi are blue, pink and orange.

4
For all you number 4 people, this Holi will be nothing if not fun and spontaneous. Celebrate Holi by playing with your lucky colours red and burgundy.

5
This Holi will be about elegant and sophisticated fun, for those whose ruling number is 5. The lucky colours for you this Holi are turquoise and pastel shades.

6
For those of you ruled by the number 6 this Holi will be best spent in the comfort of your home and family. Pink, blue and green are your lucky colours on Holi.

7
This Holi will be a quiet but enjoyable affair, for those of you whose ruling number is 7. Colours you should go for are sapphire and navy blue and pearl grey.

8
This Holi will be spent in fun and frolic with your friends, for all you number 8 people. Avoid light shades and go for purple, navy blue and amethyst.

9
All you number 9 people will be full of energy this Holi and will not have a single dull moment. Warm shades like red and yellow are lucky for you on this day.



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