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  • Savannah Eck

    Holi Color Festival - Holi is a festival in India celebrating the arrival of spring, that has been celebrated since ancient times. Holi is a time to rejoice in the colors and liveliness of spring. Holi is spread out over two days, beginning with a public bonfire. Everyone gathers in the street for the event and throw colored powders and water on friends and family, giving the holiday it's common name "The Festival of Colors" If I could experience one thing before I die, it'd be this.

  • Mackenzie Mycroft

    The color festival in India is on my bucket list

  • Cactus Language Training

    Colour Festival - India for our #Hindi #language week. Interested in learning Hindi? Check out our course outline here: http://www.cactuslanguage.com/en/languages/hindi.php

  • Tomáš Mašek

    color splash II

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