When is Holi 2023?

Holi 2023 started on Tuesday 7th Mar, 2023 (07/03/2023) 499 days ago

What is Holi?


Holi is one of the most popular festivals of Hindu culture. It is observed in Nepal and northern India. Another name for Holi is the "Festival of Colors". It is also known as "Boshonto Utshob" which means the "Spring Festival" or Dolyatra (Doljatra) in West Bengal.

Holika Dahan or Chhoti Holi is the name given to the first evening while the following day is known as Holi, Phagwah, Dhulandi, Dhuleti or Rangwali Holi.

The first day, bonfires are lit during the night to remind the cremation of the goddess Holika. The second day, people spend their day throwing water and colored powder. Ranga Panchami is observed later at Panchami, which means the fifth day after the full moon marking the end of the feast of colors.

Dates for Holi from 2015 to 2030

The next occurrence of Holi is marked in red

When is ...?WeekdayDateDays away
Holi 2030TuesdayMar 19th in 2069 days
Holi 2029WednesdayFeb 28th in 1685 days
Holi 2028SaturdayMar 11th in 1331 days
Holi 2027TuesdayMar 23rd in 977 days
Holi 2026WednesdayMar 4th in 593 days
Holi 2025FridayMar 14th in 238 days
Holi 2024MondayMar 25th 115 days ago
Holi 2023TuesdayMar 7th 499 days ago
Holi 2022FridayMar 18th 853 days ago
Holi 2021SundayMar 28th 1208 days ago
Holi 2020TuesdayMar 10th 1591 days ago
Holi 2019ThursdayMar 21st 1946 days ago
Holi 2018FridayMar 2nd 2330 days ago
Holi 2017SundayMar 12th 2685 days ago
Holi 2016WednesdayMar 23rd 3039 days ago
Holi 2015FridayMar 6th 3422 days ago
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Quick Facts

Start DateMar 7, 2023
When? Ended 499 days ago
Duration1 Day
Type Hindu Holidays

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