Holi Festival Not Only Countrywide But Celebrated Globally
In the Colors of Malaysia, MYLA received an enormous shore up globally particularly from populace of India, Iraq, Japan, Canada and America celebrate Holi the spring festival which also known as the festival of colors or love and an primeval Hindu sacred gala which has been admired by non-Hindus in many parts of South Asia, as well as natives of other communities outside Asia. The festival signifies the triumph of good over evil, the onset of spring, offset of winter, and many a festive day to meet others, play and laugh, forget and forgive, and mend ruptured relationships.
Thousands of Y-Gens congregated under single roof of Unity and Diversity. This festivity was shored up by the Ministry of Youth and Sports and the Ministry of Tourism as this is an event to promote Unity and racial diversity celebrating the multi-racial festivals in Malaysia. 2015 being the year of festivals in Malaysia, MYLA aspires to get the endorsement from the Ministry of Tourism to take account of Holi Festival in the Calendar of Festival for the forthcoming years are fruitfully completed. Not to miss, Color of Malaysia is to be continued soon at North and South such as Penang and Johor Bahru.
Malaysian Young Leaders Association (MYLA) joins forces with government agencies such as Ministry of Youth and Sports Malaysia, the Ministry of Tourism and Culture Malaysia, Royal Police Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur City Hall, Representatives of Youth Parliament, MIC Youth and 1-Indian Student Movement and also supported by Malaysian Urban Retreat Festival (MURFEST), Bambush Revamp Motorsport, MyTeksi, Bullycuts Creative studios, My Tamil Channel, Rentak Sejuta South East Asia ‘15, Selebriti Online, Crackz Media and SOUP Fm to break the record of hosting the largest Holi festivity in Malaysia.
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