Holi: The festival of Colors

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Hello Readers! Wishing you all a very HAPPY HOLI! Holi is one of my favorite festivals and I am glad I got to celebrate it this year! Holi is known as the festival of colors. It signifies the victory of good over evil. Many people, excluding Hindus have started to celebrate this festival all around the world. This festival of colors knows no bounds or boundaries, it is a festival depicting love and joy.

I am celebrating Holi after 4 long years. While I was studying in the States, Holi was organized by my university’s Indian students association. We had colors, music and food! However, the worst part was the horrible cold weather. Since the festival was celebrated sometime between late February and March, it would either be snowing or the temperatures would be freezing. Well me being me, after freezing during my first year (yes, I went to play and was completely drenched, and no to forget it was freezing outside), I decided to just stay inside and be warm and cozy instead.

So coming back home and being able to celebrate it with my family and friends was a great thing for me. These pictures were taken before we actually went to play with colors  because I can’t afford to get my phone drenched in colors (but hey! a blogger has to do what she got to do. LOL)

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Go check out more about this festival and if you ever get a chance to go and play Holi, don’t miss it! It is amazing and so fun!

Have a great week you all!!

xoxo

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