Nandgaon Holi Festival, India The Hindu festival of Holi, also called the Festival of Colors, is celebrated with much enthusiasm in the month of Phalgun, which usually corresponds to the month of March. It marks the arrival of spring and the bright colors represent energy, life, and joy. http://blog.favoroute.com/holidays-around-the-world/
The Hindu religious festival of Holi (j) Holi (also called Holaka or Phagwa) is an annual festival celebrated on the day after the full moon in the Hindu month of Phalguna (early March). It celebrates spring, commemorates various events in Hindu mythology and is time of disregarding social norms and indulging in general merrymaking. During Holi, Hindus attend a public bonfire, spray friends & family with colored powders and water, & generally go wild in the streets.
Community Post: 33 Beautiful Faces From This Year's Holi Festival
A Happy Face with Colors.Holi is a festival, when people forget their differences, if any, and make a new beginning. People from other religions also participate and make this festival a great social binder.