Holi is one of the most auspicious Hindu festivals in India. In different parts of India, this festival is observed over quite a few days. The occasion of Rang Panchami is marked specifically by people living in the Northern part of the country like Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra.
Rang Panchami 2021: Tithi
The tithi of Rang Panchami, according to Drik Panchang, will start from 10:59 AM on April 1 and will go on till 8:15 AM on April 2. As per the Hindu calendar, the day falls on the Panchami Tithi of Phalguna, Krishna Paksha (as per the Amavasyant calendar) and Panchami Tithi, Chaitra, Krishna Paksha (as per the Purnimant calendar).
Rang Panchami 2021: Significance
Rang Panchami is a symbol of victory over raja-tama. Rang Panchami involves the invocation of Gods and is a part of the worship of the manifest form of Gods. Its purpose is to activate the five elements of radiant manifest colours and to touch and feel the Deities who are attracted to the respective colours. These five elements are a source, which helps activate the element of the Deities according to the spiritual emotion of the Jiva. Rang Panchami is the worship of the saviour form of the Deities.