The festival of Rangpachami holds its own importance in Hinduism. The festival of Rangpachami is celebrated on the fifth day after the Holi festival. The festival of Rangpachami is celebrated on the day of Chaitra Krishna Paksha Panchami. This day for the festival of colors is more prevalent in the Malwa region, especially in Indore city, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Rajasthan. People celebrate by throwing fragrant red gulal on others and pouring colored water etc. on each other. Instead of the usual colors in Rangpanchami celebrations, Dulendi is used.
Its blazing fire on Holi destroys the Raja-Tama particles in the atmosphere and thereby helps in activating the various deities in the form of colours. This joy is celebrated by throwing colors in the air. Thus, Rang Panchami signifies victory over Raja-Tama. Rang Panchami involves the invocation of the deities and is a part of the worship of the manifest form of the deities. Its purpose is to activate the five elements of the bright manifest colors and to touch and feel the deities who are attracted by the respective colours. These five elements are a source, which helps in activating the element of the deities according to the spiritual spirit of the living being. Rang Panchami is the worship of the savior form of the gods.
There is a law to worship Lord Krishna and Radha Rani on the day of Rangpanchami. Fragrant red gulal is offered to Lord Krishna and Radha Rani and was offered with sweets etc.