Holi, Hindu Festival of Colours in India. One day, I will go to this. Basically, the first day people burn all of the evils in the world at bonfires. The next day or so there us throwing colored powder, paint and water. On the last day people wear white to symbolize purity and meet up to rejoice. This is the week of Christian Easter and Jewish passover.
On Thursday, Holi begins. It's the Hindu festival of colour which marks the arrival of spring and takes place over two days. People now celebrate it all over the world, although it most is most prominent in India and Nepal. As part of the celebrations, people gather in public spaces and participate in Rangwali Holi, chasing each other around, throwing handfuls of coloured powders (gulal) at each other, while getting drenched in water.
Holi Festival, India. The Hindu festival of Holi, also called the Festival of Colors, is celebrated with much enthusiasm in the month of Phalgun, which usually corresponds to the month of March. It marks the arrival of spring and the bright colors represent energy, life, and joy.