Express your emotions with fabulous e-cards and enjoy a simply superb holi with your loved ones.Holi or the 'Festival of Colours" as is popularly known was also called as Holaka or Phagwa in ancient India.It is celebrated on the day after the full moon according to the Hindu calendar pf phalgun month. Holi is originally a festival that celebrates spring season, therefore marking it as a festival of agriculture. It is a very significant ritual for the farmers.Holi also commemorates several stories in Hindu mythology.Some legend goes that the king of all evils Hiranyakashipu forbade his son Prahlad from worshipping Vishnu. When everything else failed, he asked Prahlad to sit on the pyre with his aunt Holika. Prahlad was rescued by Lord Vishnu while Holika burnt to death. Hence this day is celebrated as Holi.