Holi India: Late February/March, on the last full moon day. Hindus and Sikh, in India, Nepal, and Sri Lanka celebrate the main day of this incredibly fun religious festival by throwing colored powder and water at each other.
Hindu devotees are covered with colored powder at the Radha Rani Temple during the Lathmar Holi Festival on March 21 in Barsana, India. The festival is held before the national Holi Day event March Sanjay Kanojia, AFP/Getty Images
Top 10 Celebrations Around the World - Holi, India. Originally a Hindu festival, celebrated every spring, now it attracts other communities as well. To commemorate a new season and good harvests people throw colorful powder and celebrate wildly.