This day, this month every year, colours splash and everyone enjoys turning black and blue! No no, don’t think too much. This is the festival of Holi. Holi has been one of the most famous festival of India and of course for Indians, especially from the north. From the peculiar holy play style in Mathura (where women playfully lash out sticks at men) to the oil paints and water splashing, this is a festival for the young hearted. Amidst the happy riot of colours you can see various shades of human celebration. A day to celebrate the win of the good over the bad, this is one festival you should attempt to be a part of, if you are in India. Instead of going all yada yada over the history of this festival, we bring you the best of its shades. Check it out!
Holi : The various shades of celebrating goodnessMarch 16, 2014 365 0 0
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1. A man emptying a packet of yellow colour for celebrating the festival. (Img. courtesy – Kalpana Chatterjee, National Geographic 2010)
2. A child enjoys the colour being smeared on her hair during Holi, in Chennai. (Img. Courtesy - The Atlantic, March 27, 2013)
3. Two young men celebrating the festival of colours (Img. courtesy - Happy Holi Sms)
4. An image as a part of Sony mobile campaign sees a traveller inside a rickshaw watching everyone inn surrounding play Holi (Img. courtesy -Sony mobile blog)
5. Everyone is high on celebrations. Looks like a cloud burst of colours celerating goodness - (Img courtesy - Jarvie - A Photographers' Life)
6. While everyone plays with colours here is a twist. Women are celebrating Holi with flowers. Want to try it out (Img. Courtesy - Palmbeach post dotcom)
So let’s enjoy this season of colours!