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Holi is a festival of colors. Holi is a religious festival celebrated by Hindus. Holi is the most energetic Indian festival, filled with fun and good humou

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Holi - A hindu festival celebrated in India in March to celebrate the triumph over evil from the hindu story of the salvation of the hindu god Prahlada and the destruction of the evil god Holika. It is celebrated by throwing brightly coloured chalk at eac

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Holi is the only festival in the world when even strangers don't mind colours thrown at them. So leave behind any inhibitions you may have and join any of the various Holi parties around the city.

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Festival Holi: colores y alegría desde la India!

A man plays a drum as he celebrates Lathmar Holi, also known as the Festival of Colours, at Barsana in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh March This tradition heralds the beginning of spring and is celebrated all over

The traditional Hindu Holi festival of colors, Berlin, Germany, photograph by Oliver Lang.

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Ispired by India Holi Color Festival and Color Me Run. I'm planning on doing a Rainbow photoshot of my girls maybe Ichi. Is the End of school Summer Fun!

If there is one festival or event I am dying to attend it is Holi, the Hindu festival of colour. This past weekend Holi was celebrated in India as well as Nepal, Sri Lanka and several other countries with large Indic populations. There is plenty of fascinating history and rituals tied to the annual festival that you can read about.

Holi, the Hindu festival of colour.Originally, Holi was an agricultural festival celebrating the arrival of spring.

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can't wait for our holi paint party at uni would love to go to the real festival of colours but this is the closest I'll ever get!

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Dum Dum Park Tarun SanghaDurga Puja - the ceremonial worship of the mother goddess, is one of the most important festivals, is celebrated every year in the month of October with much gaiety and grandeur in India and abroad, especially in Bengal, where the

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Hindu worshippers throw colored powder at the Radha Rani temple during the Lathmar Holi festival in Barsana on March

Colours - ColoresThe colours of Holi - Los colores de HoliPhoto: Poras Chaudhary/Stone/Getty Images

India’s holy festival of colours