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!
My Spiritual Aspect : this picture depicts my bright beautiful Indian culture. Our cultures form a lot of who we are, and don't necessarily have a link to our religion. This picture is from a popular Indian festival, Diwali which is means "the festival of lights" To me Diwali means spending times with my loved ones and almost like a culmination of the year and the one month fast I observe before Diwali.
Holi, Hindu Festival of Colours in India. One day, I will go to this. Basically, the first day people burn all of the evils in the world at bonfires. The next day or so there us throwing colored powder, paint and water. On the last day people wear white to symbolize purity and meet up to rejoice. This is the week of Christian Easter and Jewish passover.