When your life is going black and white, make sure your dreams are colorful. But on the occasion of Holi, not only your dreams but even your black and white life gets filled with colors. Everybody in India knows the importance of Holi and different regions celebrate this festival in their own way.
People get a day off from their busy schedule and unlike the rest of the days, they don’t spend it in being lazy. They play with colors and waters AND the yummy dishes. They are just inseparable! Since people have less time these days, they prefer messaging or forwarding messages to their loved ones on social media.
Diwali mubarak pic.twitter.com/JbW5wQBAhe
— Rana Ayyub (@RanaAyyub) March 12, 2017
Social media is the best option to wish a large number of people at one time but there is a drawback of to it. Even if a small mistake is made in the post, people start trolling you like crazy. A similar thing happened with an Indian journalist Rana Ayyub who took twitter to wish everyone on the occasion.
— Vikrant (@vikrantkumar) March 13, 2017
Rana Ayyub made a blunder while posting the Holi message!
She clicked a good photo of ghujias which is our main Holi dish. But made a blunder of the picture! Instead of writing Happy Holi she wished Diwali Mubarak to everyone! She didn’t even realize and soon after posting the message, people started trolling her.