Festival of Colors

In India, noted the most vivid and colorful Spring Festival – Holi (Holi).
The festival takes place in late February – early March, the full moon. On the first day bonfires at night, symbolizing the burning of Holik, and local musicians and dancers perform to celebrate. The next day, which is called Dhalundi all, regardless of class, caste, gender and age are beginning to sprinkle each other with bright colors and water colored water. According to legend, the stronger the body cover celebrating the colors, the more positive wishes addressed to him. The final stage of the celebration falls on the fifth day after the full moon is called Rangapanchami.

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