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If you’ve never experienced Holi, it’s hard to imagine what it’s like to participate in India’s over-the-top festival of colour.

 

Holi is a festival of joy, peace, love, and playfulness. It represents the triumph of good over evil. Despite its origins as an ancient Hindu religious festival, Holi is now popular among both Hindus and non-Hindus. Holi is celebrated on the last full moon day of the Hindu lunisolar calendar month and heralds the arrival of spring.

 

Color is at the heart of Holi. Playing Holi entails mixing the colored powder with water and smearing, splashing, and dumping it on anyone who comes into your path. It makes no difference whether you know the person or not; everyone does it. any good celebration features good music,  drinks, and dance.  While we got drenched and colored, The Dj’s took turns in making sure that it was a stupendous event ( The best part for me, was the music and the overly joyful crowd left an amazing impression for me as a first-timer). Click the link to watch the full recap  Holi Festival In Cyprus

 

 

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