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Holi Festival - a Hindu spring tradition where people throw brightly colored, perfumed powder at each other in celebration of spring!

Rasmussen Torres Rasmussen ~ this looks like the "Color Run" in India. (Holi Festival, India - a Hindu spring tradition where people throw brightly colored, perfumed powder at each other in celebration of spring!

Holi, India Also known as the festival of colors and love, this vivid spring festival brings all people together. The social barriers break completely, friend or stranger, rich or poor, men or women, children or elders, Hindu or not, all people come together to celebrate the end of the winter season. And most important to celebrate that everyone is the same!

Holi, India Also known as the festival of colors and love, this vivid spring festival brings all people together. The social barriers break completely,…

Holi Festival, India – A Hindu spring tradition where people throw brightly colored, perfumed powder at one another in celebration of spring! – I'm so gonna be a part of this one day!

Holi Festival, India – A Hindu spring tradition where people throw brightly colored, perfumed powder at one another in celebration of spring!

Holi Festival in India-celebrates the victory of good over evil and the triumph of devotion.

Holi Festival in India-celebrates the victory of good over evil and the triumph of devotion. It also celebrates the beginning of spring and is sometimes called the festival of colors.

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Looks like so much fun- where else can you go throw colored power at people?

The festival of Holi is regarded as a celebration of the Colors of Unity & Brotherhood - an opportunity to forget all differences and indulge in unadulterated fun. It has traditionally been celebrated in high spirit without any distinction of cast, creed, color, race, status or sex. It is one occasion when sprinkling colored powder ('gulal') or colored water on each other breaks all barriers of discrimination so that everyone looks the same and universal brotherhood is reaffirmed.

Holi Festival India February/bucket list trip for sure ! Hindus and Sikh, in India, Nepal, and Sri Lanka celebrate the main day of this incredibly fun religious festival by throwing colored powder and water at each other.

Mujer celebrando el Holi Festival en la India. Imagen de The Story of God con…

A woman celebrating during the Holi Festival in India. This image is from The Story of God with. [Photo of the day - April

AGREGANDO POLVOS DE COLORES A UN MANDALA -  Cultura India

An Indian woman applies coloured powder to her "rangoli", a Hindu ritual design. Rangolis are drawn in front of homes early in the morning with a beautiful motif to welcome relatives and friends to mark the New Year.

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By now I’m sure you’re getting a little sick of this pretty pink powder but it was a funnest Summer activity and makes for some really beautiful photos. I thought I’d share an easy DIY! I’ve always wanted to visit India, especially during the Holi festival in the Spring. There’s something magical about the entire country turning into a sea of vibrant color. Since I’m so inspired by a wonderful wash of pigment I was pretty thrilled to try my hand at my own little batch. Here’s what you’...

DIY: Holi Powder

By now I’m sure you’re getting a little sick of this pretty pink powder but it…

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