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Holi Festival of Colour

demhalfbloods: “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.

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Holi celebration in India. A festival of colors, joys and beat-away-those-blues moments where people from every walk of life irrespective of caste and creed mix like milk and honey.

Indian students decorate the venu before dance

ndian students decorate the venu before dance as they celebrate the Holi festival in Barshul village north of Calcutta, India

Man covered in coloured paint powder during the festival Holi in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India. Rupert Sagar Musgrave Photography

Man covered in coloured paint powder during the festival Holi in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India.

via Getty Images; Hindu devotees playing with coloured powders during Holi celebrations at the Bankey Bihari Temple on March 21, 2011 in Vrindavan, India. Holi, the spring festival of colours, is celebrated by Hindus around the world in an explosion of color to mark the end of the winter.

Brave Holi color, purple and orange together.love the colours!

Holi Festival of Colours, India - the Festival of Colours signifies the start of spring and the triumph of good over evil

All photographs © 2008 Eric Meola. “What I see more than anything else is an entire nation embracing life,” writes photographer Eric Meola in his book “India in Word & Image.

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