As Holi 2019 is around the corner, people have already started planning for that fun loaded Holi party. Other than playing with colours, the festival is all about going out, meeting friends and dance till the last breath. However, Holi is not all as safe and fun for everyone as it sounds. Holi parties are the most common spots where many unfortunate and troublesome accidents happen, especially when the Bhang gets in. Here is a list of all the things that you need to be aware of this Holi.
Drinking scenes: Needless to say, Holi is synonymous to Bhang and that means intoxication to another level. People often get weird and do stuff that is not normal in the name of drunkenness.
Inappropriate gestures: There is a difference between dancing and inappropriate dancing. No normal human makes inappropriate gestures while shaking a leg. Stay away with all those vulgar moves which might not be appreciated.
Groping: Holi parties witness a huge audience especially in big cities. In that situation groping is the easiest way of eve-teasing and can get a bit scary. Stay away from these creeps.
Use of chemical colours: While playing holi with gulals and flowers is the best, people often go to extreme limits when it comes to having fun, one being the use of chemicals. Make sure you protect your skin by applying generous amounts of cream, and oil your hair to save yourself the trauma.
Robbery: Isn’t it the first thing that happen at any party? A large group gathered together is the best place for thieves to get their hands on expensive stuff. So keep your belongings safe.
Unsafe food: There are high chances that your food and drink get spiked at these Holi parties because who thinks before putting that gujiya into their mouth given by a stranger when the vibe is so energetic, right?
Holi remains a fun festival, so don't forget to make the most of it and celebrate with your loved ones. Be safe and have fun. Happy Holi :)