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Holi (होली) is a Hindu festival with origins from India. It is known as the “Festival of colors” and signifies the victory of good over evil, the arrival of spring and end of the winter.
Holi Festival of Colors 2020
For many, this day is a day to meet other people, laugh and play, forgive and forget, and repair relationships as well. The Holi festival is also celebrated as a thanksgiving for a good harvest.
Holi Festival takes place a day earlier in some parts of India (West Bengal and Odisha), and in some parts of the country, festivities commence up to a week earlier as well.
The Festival of Colors is vibrant and filled with amazing vivid colors. It is considered one of the major festivals in India.
The festival begins with the lightening of a bonfire on Holi eve. The next morning, people gather in public spaces and take part in Rangwali Holi.
The Festival of Color gives us an opportunity to reunite with family and friends. It brings colors into the life of people where they share the joy of life with other people and loved ones.
Video: Holi 2018 Private Footage