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INDIA: Nandgaon Holi Festival, India The Hindu festival of Holi, also called the Festival of Colors, is celebrated in the month of Phalgun -usually March. The arrival of spring - bright colors represent energy, life, and joy.

Halo Backwaters organizes tour packages all over India during the beat festival seasons.Here are some of the most exciting festivals in India you won't want to miss.Details of Kumbh Mela,Holi,Diwali,Dussehra,Ganesh Chaturthi,Pushkar Camel Fair & Sonepur.

The festival of Holi is celebrated because of a story in the old Hindu religion. In Vaishnavism, Hiranyakashipu is the great king of demons, and he had been granted a boon by Brahma, which made it almost impossible for him to be killed.

ba·zaar also ba·zar (b-zär) n. A market consisting of a street lined with shops and stalls, especially one in the Middle East. A fair or sale at which miscellaneous articles are sold, often for charitable purposes.

Uttar Pradesh Holi Festival © Tom Carter Photos of India I love the way the purple pigment makes this man look almost statue-like, and the beautiful watercolour look of the colour.

Girl with Dyed Hands, Bharatpur Junction Railway Station by Peter Cook UK on Flickr. Via Flickr: India trip, day this girl was with a group of child beggars that were playing with a pile of dye...