Dhulendi is a Hindu festival that is celebrated the day after Holika Dahan. It is also known as Holi, the festival of colors. This year, it will be observed on Wednesday, March 8, 2023. It is a joyous celebration of spring and the triumph of good over evil. On this day, people come together to play with colored powders, dance, sing, and feast. The use of colored powders and water is a symbol of the renewal of life and the arrival of spring. Dhulendi is a time for forgiveness, forgetting past grudges, and making new beginnings. It is a day of happiness, joy, and unity, and it is celebrated by people of all ages and backgrounds. It is a celebration of the bonds of love and friendship, and it is a time to spread love and happiness to others. Dhulendi is one of the most important festivals in Hindu culture and is celebrated with great enthusiasm throughout India and in many other parts of the world.