Beautiful tradition - Festival of colors in India
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Beautiful tradition – Festival of colors in India

Holi Festival
Purple and pink. Beautiful tradition – Holi Festival of colors in India

Beautiful Festival of colors in India
Every spring thousands of Hindus participate in the festival Holi in India. On this day, a bright and colorful actions are organized to greet spring – Holi Festival. Holi begins with numerous fires. Bonfires symbolize the end of winter and the death of the evil spirits. Hindus believe it is a time of enjoying spring’s abundant colors and saying farewell to winter. It also has a religious purpose, commemorating events present in Hindu mythology. Although it is the least religious holiday, it is probably one of the most exhilarating ones in existence. During this event, participants hold a bonfire, throw colored powder at each other, and celebrate wildly.

Holi Festival
Orange, yellow and beige. Holi Festival of colors falls on the beginning of spring and lasts two or three days in late February – early March

Holi frolic and celebrations begin the morning after Holika bonfire. There is no tradition of holding puja (prayer), and the day is for partying and pure enjoyment. Children and youth groups form armed with dry colors, colored solution, means to fill and spray others with colored solution (pichkaris), balloons that can hold colored water, and other creative means to color their targets.

Beautiful Festival of colors in India

Holi Festival
Known as festival of colors, and festival of love, Holi Festival in spring
Holi Festival
Spring Festival of colors and love
Holi Festival
Beetroot, tea leaves, mehendi, berries, and other plants – sources of colorful powder for Holi Festival. 
Holi Festival
Red, scarlet and crimson – Festival of colors and love
Holi Festival
People enjoy the traditional Holi Festival of colors in India
Holi Festival
From green to purple – Colorful Holi Festival, also known as festival of love
Holi Festival
Hindu spring festival celebrated in India and Nepal. Meanwhile, the traditional natural plant based sorces of colors – purple, blue, red, orange, yellow, etc.
Holi Festival
Face covered with purple and pink colors. Initially religious, Holi Festival of colors in India
Holi Festival
Happy participants of the Holi Festival of colors in India
Holi Festival
Celebration of Holi Festival of colors in India
Holi Festival
Children, as well as adults enjoy the Holi Festival of colors in India

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