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Postcards From Holi Celebrations Across India

Holi 2021: The most vibrant and colourful time of the year is finally here. A festive mood fills the air as people across the country get set for Holi celebrations. Enjoyed with water and gulaal (colour), the festival of colours is also considered the second biggest festival in India. The festival adds dollops of fun in our otherwise mundane routine. For the unversed, Holi is celebrated on Pratipada Tithi (first day of the Chaitra month, Krishna Paksha, as per the Purnimanta calendar) or Phalguna month, Pratipada Tithi, Krishna Paksha (as per the Amavasyant calendar). Holi is being celebrated across North India today (March 28) and tomorrow (March 29). Also Read – Holi-Proof Your Skin, Hair And Nails With These Essential Tips

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Here are a few pictures from various places across India where people are celebrating Holi:

Holi 2021: Priests throw colour powder on devotees, ahead of Holi festival, inside the Lord Krishna temple in Ahmedabad.

Holi 2021: Devotees celebrate the festival of colours at Sri Bankey Bihari temple in Vrindavan.

Holi 2021: Devotees celebrate the festival of colours at Sri Bankey Bihari temple in Vrindavan.

Holi 2021: Women play with colours ahead of Holi festival in Lucknow.

Holi 2021: Women play with colours ahead of Holi festival in Lucknow.

Holi 2021: People immerse in Holi celebration in Amritsar's Golden Temple.

Holi 2021: People immerse in Holi celebration in Amritsar’s Golden Temple.

Holi 2021: Devotees celebrate Holi at Durgiana Temple in Amritsar.

Holi 2021: Devotees celebrate Holi at Durgiana Temple in Amritsar.

Holi 2021: Students play with colour powder during Basant Utsav Celebrations at Santiniketan in Birbhum district of West Bengal.

Holi 2021: Students play with colour powder during Basant Utsav Celebrations at Santiniketan in Birbhum district of West Bengal.

We hope, you have a wonderful Holi.

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