Holi poems for Her/Girlfriend

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Holi is also known by the names Phakuwa, Phagwah, Festival of colours, Dol Jatra in different states of India. Outside Indian people and those who follow Hindu culture of Bangladesh, Pakistan, South Africa, Malaysia, the United Kingdom, the United States, and Fiji etc. celebrate this day with same passion and love. In India it will be celebrated on March 6 2015 according to Hindu calendar. Dates of Holi vary every year but usually fall in the month of February or March. We have long and short both types of Holi poems for your Girlfriend so that you can wish her on the occasion of Holi.

Holi poems for Her/Girlfriend

Dil ne ek baar aur humaara kehna maana hai,
Is holi pe phir useh rangne jaana hai.

Har saal khareeden hain rang, kari hai tayaari,
Is baar to khelenaa humaare saath, dekhnaa raah humaari.

Shahar mein sabse pooch rahe hain , rang-e-mohabbat kahaan milega
Raat ko khuda ne bataaya ki abhi aur imtehaanon se guzarnaa parega

Neela, hara , peela , gulaabi yeh sab to ek bahaana hai,
Holi ka ho din ya kuch aur hume to tumse milne aana hai

Is Holi pe useh rangne jaana hai,
Is Holi pe useh rangne jaana hai.
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Tum bhi Jhoome masti main,
Hum bhi jhoome masti main,
Shor hua saari basti main..
Jhoome sab holi ki Masti main..
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Aai holi
preet badhaao,
ik-duje ko
gale lagaao.
Vair-bhaav sab
door bhagaao,
preet bhara ab
rang lagaao.
Holi ka bhi
yahi sandesh,
hridya na pahunche

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May God gift you all the colors of life,
colors of joy, colors of happiness,
colors of friendship, colors of love and
all other colors you want to paint in your life.
Happy Holi.

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Apun wishing you a wonderful,
Super-duper,
Zabardast,
Xtra-badhiya,
Xtra special,
Ekdum mast and dhinchak,
Bole to ekdum jhakaas
“Happy Holi”.
Bright Colors,
Water Balloons,
Lovish Gujiyas and Melodious Songs,
Are The Ingredients of Perfect Holi.
Wish you a very happy and wonderful Holi…

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Dher Saari Khushiyo Se Bhara Ho Aapka Sansar,
Yahi Dua hai Bhagwan Se Hamari Har bar,
“Wish You A Very Happy Holi”
Makki ki Roti, Nimbu ka Aachar,
Suraj Ki Kirne, Khushiyo ki Bahar,
Chand Ki Chandi, Apno ka Pyar,
Mubarak Ho Aapko, HOLI ka Tyohar Happy Holi.
May God gift you all the colors of life,
colors of joy, colors of happiness,
colors of friendship, colors of love and
all other colors you want to paint in your life.
Happy Holi.

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Apun wishing you a wonderful,
Super-duper,
Zabardast,
Xtra-badhiya,
Xtra special,
Ekdum mast and dhinchak,
Bole to ekdum jhakaas
“Happy Holi”.

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The trees smile with their sprout
of tender leaves and blooming flowers,
Eternal nature with its transient expression.
Hails spring with ecstasy and joy!
Bewildering shades with so many tinge.
The land of beauty and greatness,
India, witnessing color of happiness and peace.
Nation come alive to enjoy the spirit
A celebration of color- Holi!
An experience of content, harmony and delight.
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Holika burns amidst merriment and mirth.
Evil overpowered by love and devotion.
A festival to commemorate ‘Ras Lila’-
an enduring love saga of Radha and Krishna.
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Gulal – red, green, yellow and countless.
A day’s canvas – a riot of colors.
Lively crowd running hither and thither,
Rainbow of colors, dashing from every nook and corner.
Disregarding their woe and despair fervent folks,
rejoicing at the marvel of colors.
A day filled with luster and gaiety,
A day to smear our dreams-
With a splash of vibrant frenzy colors.
Holi Hai! A spring of unbounded fun and frolic!!
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