It’s the Holi season, a way to spread happiness through the joys of colors, but this season we have adopted a new way of celebrating it, ‘The Virtual Holi’. Now you can play Holi just by hopping on to either Instagram or Facebook and use our AR filter made up of 16 different color combinations. This way we can still spread happiness but virtually, keeping ourselves and our loved ones safe.

Ways to play Virtual Holi

Instagram:

Bio-Link

Just click the link on the bio of our page, ‘happybars.me’

Sponsored Ad

If you come across one of our virtual Holi ads on Instagram then just click on, ‘Get access’.

From the Story

Access the filters from your friend’s or family’s story by clicking the filter name on the story and selecting the ‘try it’ option.

QR code

Scan our QR codes, from malls or retail stores and access the filters.

Facebook:

Facebook Post Description

Access the Virtual Holi filters on Facebook by clicking on the link on the description of our post.

Sponsored Ad

If you come across one of our virtual Holi ads on Facebook then just click on, ‘Get access’.

From the story

Access the filters from your friend’s or family’s story by clicking the filter name on the story and selecting the ‘try it’ option.

QR code

Scan our QR codes, from malls or retail stores and access the filters

Stop Animal Abuse

This Virtual Holi is not just for you but for animals too. According to Peta, Holi colors are extremely harmful to animals, mostly thrown at street dogs. The Colored powders that are made from synthetic colors that contain toxic metal and dyes can easily be inhaled causing respiratory problems and consumed as a powder or colored water that can cause hair loss, dermatitis, and even death. This Virtual Holi will be able to eliminate all of that and not only spread happiness to you but to all the animals too.

Save Water

Although there is no actual estimate on how much water will be wasted on the day of Holi celebrations but according to ‘Institute of Environmental Entrepreneurship, Research, Education and Development’, an estimate of 20 million liters of water is wasted in a small city just on a single day. Imagine the quantity in terms of the entire country. You can save us from water scarcity and unnecessary water wastage by being a part of this ‘Virtual Holi’.