It is Choti Holi today.
Preparations across the country have begun, especially to observe Holika Dahan. On this day, people light huge bonfires in order to signify the victory of good over evil and happiness over grief. It also signifies the end of winter season and the welcoming of spring. The auspicious day falls on the night before full moon day, also known as Purnima, of the Phalguna month.
Hanging on to the significance of the day, two effigies are placed in Mumbai, which is set on fire during Holika Dahan, marking the triumph of good over evil. The statues- Jaish-e-Mohammed leader, Masood Azhar and online PUBG game are placed at two different pyres in Worli for tonight’s bonfire.
— ANI (@ANI) March 20, 2019
On February 14, India has undergone a terrifying terror attack in Pulwama district, Jammu and Kashmir, where the nation lost 40 CRPF jawans. The attacker reportedly was a member of Jaish-e-Mohammad. Again, infamous online game, PUBG was headlined recently, with two youngsters so much engrossed into it that they often affect their health.
A lot of disappointing events occurred recently, and people continue to unite for a peaceful nation.
PUBG is one of the most popular mobile games in India and other parts across the world.
In a notification issued on March 6 by the Rajkot Police, the mobile game PUBG was banned. 10 people were arrested on March 14, 2019, for playing the game by the Rajkot Police.
VIT college in Chennai had also issued a circular claiming that the game is “spoiling the entire atmosphere of the hostel” and has become an “addiction” for the students.
However, the CRPF will not officially celebrate Holi this year as a mark of respect to its 40 jawans killed last month in a suicide attack in Jammu and Kashmir, the force’s chief said on Tuesday.