India celebrates the festival of colors in style

The festival of color, Holi is celebrated across the India mark the beginning of spring and the end of winter season.

India celebrates the festival of colors in style

1.Holi celebrations in Ahmedabad: Devotees raise their hands daubed in colors as they pray on a temple premises.

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2.At Guru Nanak Dev University in Amritsar: Students play with colors during ‘Holi’ celebrations.

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3.Mathura: A priest of Dwarkadheesh temple tosses Gulal towards devotees during week-long Holi celebrations.

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4.Mumbai: Disabled children cover each other in colored powder during Holi celebrations.

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5.New Delhi: Students smear ‘Gulal’ at each other during ‘Holi’ celebrations.

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6.Amritsar: People play with colors during Holi celebrations.

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7.Pushkar: An artist applies colors on a foreign tourist during Holi festival celebrations.

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8.Nandgaon, UP: Hindu devotees take part in the religious festival of Holi inside a temple.

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9.Ambari in Guwahati: Women smear each other’s faces with ‘gulal’ during Holi celebrations.

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10.New Delhi: Students smear ‘Gulal’ at each other during ‘Holi’ celebrations.

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11.Patna: College students smear ‘Gulal’ at each other during ‘Holi’ celebrations.

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12.Radha Krishna Temple in Nandgaon, Uttar Pradesh: People play Holi.

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13.Kolkata: Students of Rabindra Bharati University celebrate Holi.

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14.Beawar: People celebrating Kodamar Holi.

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15.Kolkata: A man lights up a color smoke candle as a procession of Lord Krishna chariot proceeds through a street celebrating Holi, the Hindu festival of colors.

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16.Agartala: A college student smears a friend with colored powder during Holi celebrations.

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17.Kolkata: Blind students play Holi at a school.

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18.Jammu: People dressed as Hindu deities Radha and Krishna play Holi.

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19.At the crematorium of Manikarnika Ghat in Varanasi: Lord Shiva devotees play Holi with Chita Bhasma (ashes)

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20.At Durgiana Temple in Amritsar: Foreign tourists smeared in ‘gulal’ during Holi festival celebrations.

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