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The Wondrous Festival: Holi

This festival is often called the Festival of Colors, since people throw water and color at each other as they celebrate brushing off the somberness of winter and showering in the warm colors of spring. This Hindu festival is celebrated in either February or March depending on the night of the full moon. Most people don’t know that Holi is actually celebrated for two days. The first day is celebrated on the day of the full moon. The second day is when the colored powder and water are thrown. The Hindus worship both Radha and Lord Krishna on this day. The overall significance of this festival is to illustrate the victory of good over evil. There are multiple versions of the ancient legends, but the endings are always the same. An evil king is defeated by the power of truth. The victory of good over evil… more>>
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