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Holifest Indien

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Diversity+cultures | Festivals of India Celebrate its Diverse Culture (Photos) | South Asia ...

Diversity+cultures | Festivals of India Celebrate its Diverse Culture (Photos) | South Asia ...

Fest der Farben in Indien.

Fest der Farben in Indien.

What Is the Meaning of Nose Rings?

What Is the Meaning of Nose Rings?

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Holifest Indien

Holifest Indien

Holi festival: Worshippers from Barsana are sprayed with coloured water by men from Nandgaon / The Guardian

Holi, festival of colours - in pictures - in pictures

Holi festival: Worshippers from Barsana are sprayed with coloured water by men from Nandgaon / The Guardian

Holifest Indien

Holifest Indien

No better cue could be taken from this Hindi Celebration.  Holi is a celebration of the beginning of spring, of shedding inhibitions, casting away differences and a reason to dance and chase one another around in the street  throwing brightly colored powder and water over each other.  I think the love for life, color, and not being trapped by our inhabitions and differences is definitely worth noting and remebering.

No better cue could be taken from this Hindi Celebration. Holi is a celebration of the beginning of spring, of shedding inhibitions, casting away differences and a reason to dance and chase one another around in the street throwing brightly colored powder and water over each other. I think the love for life, color, and not being trapped by our inhabitions and differences is definitely worth noting and remebering.

Mumbai, Indien

Mumbai, Indien

A villager from Nandgaon teases an Indian woman from Barsana village during the Lathmar Holi festival, the legendary hometown of Radha, consort of Hindu God Krishna, in Barsana  Read more here: http://blogs.sacbee.com/photos/2013/03/celebrating-holi-2013-in-india.html#storylink=cpy

A villager from Nandgaon teases an Indian woman from Barsana village during the Lathmar Holi festival, the legendary hometown of Radha, consort of Hindu God Krishna, in Barsana Read more here: http://blogs.sacbee.com/photos/2013/03/celebrating-holi-2013-in-india.html#storylink=cpy

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