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Holi and Colors Significance

By Ramesh Chincholi

People in the cities have gotten used to the supermarket life way too much. In our busy schedule, we don’t have time to grow any plants or vegetables in our homes. But we believe that everyone should have at least some plants in their homes. Here is our list of herbal plants you can grow in your kitchen with minimum effort, minimum time and minimum space.


Onam decorations are part of the festivities for this beautiful festival. Hometriangle gives you great tips to decorate your home colourful, bright and vibrant and special as the festival itself.


India is well known all over the world as a country of cultural and traditional festivals as it has many cultures and religions. One can enjoy the festival celebration in India every month. As it is a secular country full of diversity in the religions, languages, cultures and castes, it is always crowded with the people involved in the fairs and festivals celebration.


HomeTriangle.com's "Homeowner Styles" series features contributions from style savvy homeowners who open the doors to their home to welcome the HomeTriangle audience and share their thoughts and ideas about the special spots in their homes and the aesthetic elements that come together to craft one of a kind decor and interiors! In this feature Neha Agarwal describes a decor arrangement in her home centered around an intricately detailed Buddha statuette, depicting the life of Buddha.


We Indians have been celebrating Holi for centuries. Holi symbolizes the victory of good over evil, which is why holi is celebrated during the passing of winter. The word Holi is derived from the word ‘Hola’ which means offering prayers to the almighty and thanking him for the Harvest of the year. It basically teaches us that good will always triumph over Evil.