Get an Up-Close Look at the Colorful Holi Festival | National Geographic

Get an Up-Close Look at the Colorful Holi Festival | National Geographic

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See clouds of neon-colored powder envelop villages across India during Holi Festival. Each year, crowds gather to celebrate the beginning of spring with an explosion of color, traditional folk music, and more.
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37 thoughts on “Get an Up-Close Look at the Colorful Holi Festival | National Geographic”

  1. Holi is the grand culmination of the month long celebrations of the Spring AKA Vasant in which Kamdeva – God Of Love & Love, is the main theme, who has been replaced by Krishna now

  2. It's our Rave Party … Huge events are organised for holi we dance , play, colour our friends.But in sophisticated way unlike the one shown in video

  3. Is it food coloring or what? Does it hurt to breathe it? Do you cough out colors? I have wondered this every time I see videos of it. Please tell me!
    Everyone, please watch my tiny nature videos. There is no talking in them. Shhh!

  4. it's a dream to visit this festival but damn if i inhaled i think i'll die from suffocation with all that powder thrown at me

  5. India isn't a s##t country. Its just that we are a country of 1 billion people with very diverse culture. Hopefully, we will catch up with you western countries in terms of quality and infrastructure. all these problems can be eradicated by education. If enough of our people are liberated from poverty by education, then that day isn't far away where our country will join the list of developed nation!

  6. This level of celebrations take place in only few states of India. Majority of the people here celebrate holi only by worshipping fire and lord Vishnu. But diwali is celebrated countrywide with even more enthusiasm, especially in Northern India.

  7. Finally you gave up on the all caps policy. Please, do that with all of your videos. It's much easier to read than the all caps thing.

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