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Sun Signs and Holi 2013 Celebrations


Sun Signs and Holi 2013 Celebrations

This year, Holi, the festival of colours will be celebrated on March 27, 2013. Holi brings along with it the feeling of togetherness, unity and diversity and showcases India in all its vibrant glory. No other festival is as popular among the youth as Holi. This religious spring festival has now gained immense popularity among people in the west too, and they are spotted enjoying this spring festival in the places associated with Lord Krishna. Mathura, Barsana and Vrindavan are the most popular destinations during Holi.

According to astrology and its beliefs, all zodiac signs behave differently under varied situations. The same is true when it comes to celebrating festivals too. So, how does one feel about Holi based on their sun sign? Take a look and find out based on astrology who’s likely to have fun this Holi and who may end up as a terrible bore.

Aries: Arians are high spirited people and they are predicted to enjoy this festival with close friends. They may not want to get too messy and will even think about protecting their hair and skin from the harsh chemicals used in colours. Red is their lucky colour.

Taurus: Taureans will enjoy this festival immensely with friends and family and will not mind getting their hands dirty with bright colours. The aftereffects of this festival will be clearly visible on this sign. Pink is lucky for Taurus.

Gemini: Gemini folks will be at their sociable best and may be part of a hot and happening party. They will be in a good mood and will be ready to celebrate this festival the way it should be celebrated. Yellow is lucky for Gemini.

Cancer: Cancer people are likely to celebrate Holi without going overboard. It will be only close friends and family for this water sign. Anything too loud will not appeal to Cancer. Green is lucky for Cancerians.

Leo: Leo is likely to have a good time this Holi and they will gather a large group in and around them to celebrate this festival and make it a memorable occasion. Blue is lucky for Leo.

Virgo: Virgo may shy away from this festival and appear detached during Holi celebrations. The festival lacks appeal to Virgo and they may avoid being a part of the celebrations. Blue is lucky for Virgo.

Libra: Libra simply cannot decide whether they love this festival or hate it. Some Librans may be seen having the time of their life with close friends and those on the other side of the scale may rather stay indoors. Pink is lucky for Libra.

Scorpio: Scorpio appreciates this festival but don’t be too sure about them celebrating this festival with others on some playground. They prefer to do things quietly and elegantly, so may be a get together over lunch or dinner during Holi for Scorpio. Maroon is lucky.

Sagittarius: Sagittarius will enjoy this festival with close friends and will have a good time with the colours. They will be busy sending wishes on this occasion. Green is lucky.

Capricorn: Capricorn will celebrate Holi strictly with close family or people who are in their inner circle. Parties may not appeal to Capricorn. Blue is lucky.

Aquarius: Aquarius will celebrate Holi happily with friends and family and will not shy away from entertaining guests at home. Green is lucky.

Pisces: Pisces will love mingling with friends and strangers on this festive occasion of Holi. Some may even make new friends. Holi will be a joyful time for Pisces. Red is lucky for them.



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