Holi welcomes the spring season, the end of winter. The festival commemorates Radha Krishna's eternal and heavenly love. It also represents the triumph of virtue over evil. It's a fun day to meet new people, have fun and laugh, forget and forgive, and mend severed relationships. The event also marks the start of a prosperous spring crop season.
Sorha Shraddha is a way for people to remember, make offerings and thank their parents and ancestors for shaping who they are today, and to pray for their well-being. "Day of Remembrance" is another term for it.
This ancient mantra is associated with the bodhisattva of compassion, Avalokiteshvara, and the Dalai Lama, who is regarded to be Avalokiteshvara's incarnation.
The mantra's most frequent meaning is "Look at the jewel in the lotus!" or "Praise the jewel in the lotus!" "om mani Padme hum" has been interpreted in a variety of ways, therefore it's difficult to pin down a single meaning.