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Holi, also known as the festival of colours, is a boisterous occasion marked by family and friends splattering coloured powders on each other and drenching unsuspecting passers-by with a deluge of water. In the spring sunshine, everyone is fair game for some fun and flirtation. On Holi, people throw coloured powder into the air and splash it on others, turning entire streets and towns red, green, and yellow. Each colour has a distinct meaning. Red, for example, represents love and fertility, whereas green represents new beginnings. In celebration, people also splash water on each other.


Many foods are served specifically to celebrate the festival of colours on Holi. Papri chaat, dahi vada, chana masala, puran poli, and besan papdi are some of the most popular.Holi (/holi/) is an ancient Hindu tradition and one of Hinduism’s most popular festivals. It commemorates Radha Krishna’s eternal and divine love. The day also represents the triumph of good over evil, as it commemorates Lord Vishnu’s victory over Hiranyakashipu as Narasimha Narayana.

Here's a video of the festival

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