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Holi Festival (Festival of Colors) is a spring festival celebrated in India and Nepal, where all distinctions of social class are put aside. People celebrate in the streets by throwing rich handfuls of colored powders on eachother.

Χ.ρ.ώ.μ.α (color)

Kinda strange, because it looks like they've used decorative doors all over the side of the building, even though there aren't windows there or anything, but I like it! I also love the colors.

I have contacted Colour Me Rad to find out if they are organizing in Toronto. They have plans to. - Lori

Do you enjoy running? Even if you are not a fan I might have just found the way to convince you with this awesome Colour Me Rad race.

Short term: attend the LA festival of color  Long term: attend the Festival of color in Holi, India

Short term: attend the LA festival of color Long term: attend the Festival of color in Holi, India

Celebrating Holi in India

Celebrating Holi

tints of colour palet. mixs of the yellows cyan and magenta shown on the palet

This reminds me of painting in art class in Elementary school. All the paint colors were partially running into all the other colors.

Holi Festival of Colours, India

Holi Festival of Colours, India. Not sure if I want that feel and colorfulness.but i do love the concept of Holi

Image detail for -Coloridas fotografías del Holi Festival of Color en EUA por Thomas ...

Image detail for -Coloridas fotografías del Holi Festival of Color en EUA por Thomas ...

Saturation Point.   Photograph by Mindy Schauer, Orange County Register/AP    Powder-splattered, and powder-splattering, runners cross the finish line of the Color Run 5K in Irvine, California, on April 22. Each kilometer (0.6 mile) of the event features a color-pelting station dedicated to a single hue, culminating in the Pollock-esque riot at Kilometer 5.

Participants are doused in colors at the finish of the Color Run, a run at the Great Park in Irvine, Calif., April Racers begin the run in white shirts and as they pass each kilometer they are doused by volunteers with a different color of "magical" dust.

Tim Mannakee | India Holi Festival of colours Photo Tour - Tim Mannakee

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.

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