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Robert Velarde
Robert Velarde • 2 years ago

The Colors of Life: People throw colored powder into the air during the Holi Festival

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A Riot of Color: A boy smeared with colored powder is doused with water during Holi celebrations in the southern Indian city of Chennai. Holi, also known as the Festival of Colors, marks the beginning of spring and is celebrated across India.

Holi Powder.

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Holi. Holi is a spring festival celebrated by hindus to welcome the new season, and is primarily observed in India, Nepal, and Sri Lanka. The main day is celebrated by people throwing coloured powder and coloured water at each other with each having a meaning: green is for harmony, blue for vitality, red for joy and love.

Holi festival of colors. I want to be in the middle of this colorful crowd.

Holi Festival of Colours, India Last week of March

Color run. 5k run. Must start the race in white. By the end of the race you are covered in colored powder.