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When Holi first began, certain colors had meaning. Red-Purity, Green-Vitality, Yellow- Pious feeling, Blue- calmness and sedateness. But as time went on, more colors are involved, but have less of a meaning to certain people.

When Holi first began, certain colors had meaning. Red-Purity, Green-Vitality, Yellow- Pious feeling, Blue- calmness and sedateness. But as time went on, more colors are involved, but have less of a meaning to certain people.

The Festival of Colors via @Grace Duignan-Pearson

An Education From Jai Lennard

Holi is the festival of color -- a festival that celebrates the victory of good over evil and a celebration of the arrival of spring and harvests to come. It’s the festival of colors, emotions, and happiness. And what better way to express yourself than with these vibrant colors?

Holi is the festival of color -- a festival that celebrates the victory of good over evil and a celebration of the arrival of spring and harvests to come. It’s the festival of colors, emotions, and happiness. And what better way to express yourself than with these vibrant colors?

Colours fill the atmosphere as people throw coloured powder in the air showing great joy and mirth in the arrival of the Spring Festival of Holi, which marks the end of Winter.

Colours fill the atmosphere as people throw coloured powder in the air showing great joy and mirth in the arrival of the Spring Festival of Holi, which marks the end of Winter.

@sebmafunas photo: Boom!  An Explosion of Colour at yesterdays Holi One Festival

@sebmafunas photo: Boom! An Explosion of Colour at yesterdays Holi One Festival