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Holi

Holi celebrations, also known as the Festival of Colors, have been called one of the most colorful festivals in the world. In India, and in countries with large populations of people who follow the Hindu religion, such as Nepal and Pakistan, it’s one of the biggest celebrations of the year.

Holi
Holi

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Mar 24, 2024, 12:00 AM

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About the event

Marked annually by a two-day celebration starting on the vernal equinox, Holi welcomes spring and the promise of a good harvest season. It’s also a time to start new, which for some may mean mending fractured relationships, offering apologies or granting forgiveness, paying past-due debts, and letting go of petty disagreements. For those who observe Holi, it’s a chance to rejoice, play, laugh, sing, dance, and eat special foods and sweet treats. Although Holi is most widely associated with its Hindu origins, it’s also observed by people of other faiths. In fact, Holi events are increasing in popularity throughout the U.S., and the spirit of the celebration is inclusive. Click HERE to view the resources developed by The Diversity Movement.

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