Holi 2015 seems to be the party of parties this year. Via Twitter and Snapchat, users flood timelines with Holi images and talk about how they’re missing out.
“Holi in India” is trending hard via Snapchat as well as Twitter. If you don’t know, Holi is an ancient Hindu spring festival — known as the Festival of Colors or Festival of Love. Think of Holi as a spring-Christmas or New Year.
Snapchat is known for capturing major worldwide events and sharing them with the rest of world. Well, since people generally love to party, Holi appears to have grabbed the attention of the technologically-social world. Scores of people are tweeting about their thoughts on the Hindi holiday. It’s almost as if they wish they were there and are pouting about missing out on the fun.
People thinking that America is the only place that parties buck wild are absurdly misinformed. Possibly, fellow tweeters are beginning to see this. Another worldwide party week is Ibiza, which is thrown in Spain.
While America is known for Spring Break, Holi has become the most talked about “party” in the last 24-hours, allowing all cultures to participate. With all the Holi songs and wishes in abundances, it’s fair to see that this holiday is one which its celebrators enjoy heavily.
Check out what tweeters have to say about it all.
The Holi in India snapchat story makes me happy☺️ — Payal Jhaveri (@PayalJhaverii) March 6, 2015
idk wtf it is but I wanna go to holi in India for my bday one year — ∂αяιαη ♡ (@darianpflugrath) March 6, 2015
Go watch Holi in India on snapchat stories. 10/10 would recommend — Anna (@annafaze) March 6, 2015
Holi in India looks like my version of heaven — jade3000 (@jjadeakiss) March 6, 2015
Yet, at the same time — as can be expected — there are those who will hate on the celebration. It’s possibly because they see such a good time and aren’t able to attend it.
No snapchat, I dont care about “holi in India”…
— Evan McGee (@emcgee956) March 6, 2015
“The ‘Holi in India’ snapchat story makes me want to cry because why can’t that be me????” Same — Swathi (@swath_1) March 6, 2015
I’m so jealous of the ppl celebrating holi in India rn
— shivaní (@yagirlvani) March 6, 2015
Snapchat can have Holi in India but not Eid in Pakistan? K. — maya (@mayashaikh_) March 6, 2015
‘Holi in India’ is absolutely not what I want to see on my snapchat story
— toni bertram (@tonibertram7) March 6, 2015
What do you think about the Holi 2015 celebration? Do you want to be there? Share your thoughts. Comment below and spark conversation.
[Feature Image via International Business Times]