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About Dhuleti
The next day after Holi is Dhuleti. Literally it means throwing of mud, the practice, which had given way to throwing of vermilion. The two day Indian festival of Holi is one of the twelve Full Moon festivals of the Indian lunar calendar. Dhuleti, day after Holi, is the actual festival of colours, when everything in sight is covered in a riot of colours. Dhuleti is festival of colours. Celebrated in the month of March, Dhuleti is celebrated with a lot of fervour, joy and merriment not just in Gujarat but whole of India. The festival is celebrated by lighting a bonfire of wood and cowdung, which is erected in a conical shape over a small pit.
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