Make your own organic, eco-friendly, handmade Holi colours this year. SOSParty brings you a live virtual DIY Organic Holi Colours Workshop.
Making your own gulal (Holi colour) is available in multiple variants: Red, Yellow, Pink, and Green. This is a hands-on live interactive workshop that happens on Zoom, and is best suited for work-from-home o... read more
Colours of Holi- We begin the DIY Organic colours workshop by exploring the different colours of Holi
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Making Red Gulal- For this particular variant rose petals, beetroot and cornflour is required
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Making Yellow Gulal- A bright colour and the second most common colour of Holi after red
- We start with the preparation for Yellow colour
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Making Green Gulal- To obtain a lovely green-colored gulal, we can use henna or mehendi powder.
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The Rangversity Awards- Colors stand for different traits. For example, Blue is chirpy, Yellow is always happy, Green is vibrant, Red is the c read more+ read less-
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