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Ambigram created for colored HOLI

Hi buddies,
Today I'm going to post the ambigram for the Festival name celebrating in INDIA.Now lets have a look on the generated(created) ambigram for the name  "holi" is below.
The ambigram generator/maker/creator for this holi is its me, Monie.
This is under Rotational /symmetrical category of Ambigram.
Now, the 180 degree rotated ambigram of the above ambigram is below

About the Holi Festival Day in India:
      Holi is celebrated in the country with great zest and verve. It is a time to remember the brightness and splendor of living, a time to spread joy, colour and love into the lives of our near and dear ones.
Colour: Phalgun arrives with the promise of warm days and new life - Spring is the season of rejuvenation and rebirth. The earth discards its winter gloom and begins to blossom again. As if to mark this change, Holi flings colour into Indian landscape and invites the celebration of life.
The spirit of Holi is colour - rich and vibrant, flung into the air and smeared with laughter on friends and loved ones. It recalls, very simply, the secret of life: a shifting panorama of sights, movement and feelings. Colors denotes energy - the vivid, passionate pulse of life. Colour signifies the vitality that makes the human race unique in the universal scheme. Holi, the festival of colour, is also the enactment of spring.
Holi comes alive with the colours of 'gulal'. These are dry colours that are sold days before the festival actually begins.  
In the old days, colour for Holi was made at home, from the flowers of the 'tesu' tree. This tree is also called 'the flame of the forest' or 'palash'. The flowers of the latter are bright red in color and they used to be collected from the trees and spread out on mats, to dry in the sun. Once dried, they were then ground to a fine powder. This powder was then mixed with water to give a beautiful saffron-red colour. The mixture was considered good for health, probably because of the reddish glow it left behind on the skin.
Holi is, therefore, aptly called the festival of colour. Its spirit is uniquely Indian, colourful, exotic, and full of the energy of life.

Message on HOLI celebrations:

Choices and wrong turns are made,
as the day goes and the sun fades,
People are loved and hearts are broken,
as the day goes and words are spoken,
smiles and frowns are shown on faces,
as the day goes and children play in open spaces.
Happiness and sadness are felt by all,
as the day goes and night falls.
Tears of joy and tears of pain are shed,
as the day goes and all are in bed.


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