Holi festival in India

As part of our focus on Asia a World of Dfference, we are looking at how they celebrate certain festivals and holidays compared to us here in Australia. This video shows the Holi festival celebrated primarily in India and Nepal, but also celebrated in other parts of the world that have a large Indian population.  It is a celebration of the religion Hinduism.

Your task is to research this festival and find out about this festival and post one fact about its history, meaning or celebration.



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  1. Holi Festival is celebrated in India. It marks the coming of Spring in March. Some families will celebrate in more of a religious way, but for others Holi is more like a time for fun.

    Holi is a colourful festival, it includes: singing, dancing, and throwing coloured powder or coloured water. Bonfires are lit and roasting grains, pop corn, coconut and chick peas are thrown on by Hindu families.

    Days before Holi, the markets get flooded with colour powder. It is such a colourful and joyful sight to watch, huge piles of bright red, pink, green and blue every where on the streets. Buying those colours seems as you are bringing joys and colour to your home and into your life.

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