Holi which is also known as the Festival of colors is a spring event which is celebrated annually by Hindus. It is primarily observed in India, Nepal although it has spread to other parts of the world which have significant proportions of Hindus. Most notably, the festival has spread to Europe and North America where is it seen as a spring celebration of love, frolic and colors.
The celebrations begin with the lighting of a bonfire where people gather to sing and dance on the night before Holi. When it dawns, the free for all festival enters a new phase where people play, chase and color each other with color powder and water. Recent editions have seen the carrying of water guns and colored balloons filled with water for what has come to be known as the water fight.
A rule of the event is that everyone is fair game. You can chase and color anyone irrespective of whether they are an elder, a child, a stranger, a friend or from a different social class. Apart from fighting with colors, people sing and dance to the music of drums. Another notable characteristic of the event is consumption of delicious food and intoxicating drinks.
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