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The festival of Holi is celebrated on the day after the full moon in early March every year. It is also called the Festival of Colours. On this day people Throw colors at each other. This festival occurs at the onset of spring. It is India's most celebrated festival along with Diwali.

The festival of Holi is celebrated on the day after the full moon in early March every year. It is also called the Festival of Colours. On this day people Throw colors at each other. This festival occurs at the onset of spring. It is India's most celebrated festival along with Diwali.

The festival of Holi is a religious festival. People sing bhajans of Radha and Lord Krishna on this day and it marks the beginning of Spring Season in india.    Here you can see a gathering of people singing folk songs during Holi (Festival of Colors), India...

The festival of Holi is a religious festival. People sing bhajans of Radha and Lord Krishna on this day and it marks the beginning of Spring Season in india. Here you can see a gathering of people singing folk songs during Holi (Festival of Colors), India...

Festival of Colors - i need to go to this.

Festival of Colors will definitely brighten anyone's day up

The colorful powder, the smiles and the mess, Through Holi the Hindus share in prayer, food and a universal sense of mischief that sees no religious or economic boundaries. Can you tell us where Lath Maar Holi is being celebrated in India?

The colorful powder, the smiles and the mess, Through Holi the Hindus share in prayer, food and a universal sense of mischief that sees no religious or economic boundaries. Can you tell us where Lath Maar Holi is being celebrated in India?

This is most certainly on my Bucket List

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@sebmafunas photo: Boom!  An Explosion of Colour at yesterdays Holi One Festival

@sebmafunas photo: Boom! An Explosion of Colour at yesterdays Holi One Festival

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