When is Ranga Panchami 2024? Know date, shubh tithi, significance and more

Ranga Panchami is a Hindu festival celebrated predominantly in Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, and certain northern Indian regions. It falls on the fifth day (Panchami) after Holi, usually in March. On this day, people traditionally play with colours, similar to Holi, but with a regional touch. Communities gather to smear coloured powder and water on each other, accompanied by music, dance, and festive foods. The festival marks the onset of spring and is a time for joyous social gatherings. Ranga Panchami holds cultural significance, symbolising the triumph of good over evil through the vibrant expression of unity and merriment.

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