The well known Indian artist Rabindranath Tagore presented Basant Utsav or Spring celebration in Shantiniketan, Birbhum to reproduce the enchantment of the cheerful celebration Holi. It is presently an indispensable piece of Bengali culture. Basant Utsav actually implies the festival of spring. Falgun and Chaitra as indicated by the Bengali date-book is the period of Dol Utsav. Amid this season nature demonstrates its own magnificence with brilliant blooms of Palash, Shimul and so forth.
The wonderful custom of praising spring celebration in Bengal was first begun by Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore at Visva-Bharati, Santiniketan. As a matter of fact, Basant Utsav is the same as Holi, aside from the elegance with which it is praised. Basanta Utsav is praised with massive intensity and energy. Upon the arrival of Dol Purnima Full moon day of Falgun, Basanta Utsav is praised.
There is a parade of long melodic move early in the day took after by Tagores music, rhymes and move by understudies of ious Bhavanas Departments. On that day Boys and young ladies, wearing yellow Basanti shading, welcome spring - the period of expectation, in an exceptionally exquisite way. Later in the day, on Basanta Utsav, the understudies, and in addition the educators, apply hued powders on each other.