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  • Taylor Beard

    India during their Holi Festival. It is celebrated by people throwing colored powder and water at each other- how fun would that be?! Sounds like my kind of holiday!

  • Rebecca van den Heuvel

    The Colorful Festival of Holi, India. The roads to India, not complete if you delve cultural attractions. There’s two largest and most famous festival in India, the Holi Festival and the Desert festival. Holi is a religious spring festival celebrated by Hindus as a festival of colours. Holi Festival takes place in the province of Braj. That’s where tourists and people around throwing colored powder

  • Tracy

    holi festival india | NotMyHoliday - Holiday Blog | Travel Guide ...800 x 600 | 143.4 KB | notmyholiday.com

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