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Holi Festival (Festival of Colors) is a spring festival celebrated in India and Nepal, where all distinctions of social class are put aside. People celebrate in the streets by throwing rich handfuls of colored powders on eachother.

People celebrating the festival of Holi throw powder in Berlin on July 29.  Holi (also know as the Festival of Colors) is celebrated in India and other Hindu countries to herald the beginning of spring.

People throw coloured powder in the air during Holi festival celebrations in Berlin, July Holi, also known as the festival of colours, is a festival celebrated in India and other Hindu countries that in its original form heralds the beginning of spring.

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Holi is a Hindu spring festival celebrated in India and Nepal, also known as the "festival of colours" or the "festival of love".

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Celebra el final del invierno con una de las tradiciones orientales más antiguas y maravillosas del mundo: "Festival Holi". Una explosión de colores vibrantes y energía positiva. ¡Feliz Holi & Fin de semana! #itsfriday #viernes #friday #holi #festivalHoli

Short term: attend the LA festival of color Long term: attend the Festival of color in Holi, India

Holi Festival Colour Fail

Eklat beim Farbfestival in Deutz: Holi-Farbe geht nicht mehr aus Klamotten und Haaren raus


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Festa dei colori - India

A gathering of people singing folk songs during Holi (Festival of Colors), India… My Website: [link] [link] The Holy Singer

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.