Hindus' colorful Holi celebrationsLoading
  • India Holi Festival
    Indian women smear colors on their faces as they celebrate Holi a festival of colors, in Allahabad, India, Sunday, March 16, 2014. The festival heralds the arrival of spring.
    Rajesh Kumar Singh | AP
  • APTOPIX India Holi Festival
    An Indian boy drags another on the floor of an apartment as they play with colors during the Holi festival in Chennai, India, Sunday, March 16, 2014. The festival also marks the advent of spring.
    Arun Sankar K | AP
  • India Holi Festival
    Indian youth smear color on each other's faces during Holi festival celebrations in Jammu, India, Sunday, March 16, 2014. Holi, the festival of colors celebrates the arrival of spring among other things.
    Channi Anand | AP
  • India Holi Festival
    A man pours water over another during Holi festival celebrations in Jammu, India, Sunday, March 16, 2014. Holi, the festival of colors celebrates the arrival of spring among other things.
    Channi Anand | AP
  • Philippines Holi
    Indian nationals dance to celebrate the Holi festival in suburban Pasay, south of Manila, Philippines, on Sunday March 16, 2014. The event is led by Indian nationals as they mark Holi, a Hindu spring festival also known as festival of colors, and sometimes festival of love.
    Aaron Favila | AP
  • Philippines Holi
    People celebrate the Holi festival in suburban Pasay, south of Manila, Philippines, Sunday March 16, 2014. The event is led by Indian nationals as they mark Holi, a Hindu spring festival also known as festival of colors, and sometimes festival of love.
    Aaron Favila | AP
  • Philippines Holi
    People dance as they celebrate the Holi festival in suburban Pasay, south of Manila, Philippines, Sunday March 16, 2014. The event is led by Indian nationals as they mark Holi, a Hindu spring festival also known as festival of colors, and sometimes festival of love.
    Aaron Favila | AP
  • Philippines Holi
    People raise their hands as they celebrate the Holi festival in suburban Pasay, south of Manila, Philippines, Sunday March 16, 2014. The event is led by Indian nationals as they mark Holi, a Hindu spring festival also known as festival of colors, and sometimes festival of love.
    Aaron Favila | AP
  • Philippines Holi
    People throw colored powder as they dance to celebrate the Holi festival in suburban Pasay, south of Manila, Philippines, Sunday March 16, 2014. The event is led by Indian nationals as they mark Holi, a Hindu spring festival also known as festival of colors, and sometimes festival of love.
    Aaron Favila | AP
  • Philippines Holi
    Indian nationals with colored powder on their faces celebrate the Holi festival in suburban Pasay, south of Manila, Philippines, Sunday March 16, 2014. The event is led by Indian nationals as they mark Holi, a Hindu spring festival also known as festival of colors, and sometimes festival of love.
    Aaron Favila | AP
  • Nepal Holi Festival
    Nepalese girls dance and smear each others faces with color as they celebrate Holi, the festival of colors at the Basantapur Durbar Square, in Katmandu, Nepal, Sunday, March 16, 2014. The festival also marks the advent of spring.
    Niranjan Shrestha | AP
  • Nepal Holi Festival
    Nepalese people celebrate Holi, the festival of colors with colored powder at the Basantapur Durbar Square, in Katmandu, Nepal, Sunday, March 16, 2014. The festival also marks the advent of spring.
    Niranjan Shrestha | AP
  • Nepal Holi Festival
    Nepalese boys with their faces painted with colors walk through the streets as they celebrate Holi, the festival of colors in Katmandu, Nepal, Sunday, March 16, 2014. The festival also marks the advent of spring.
    Niranjan Shrestha | AP
  • Philippines Holi
    Indian nationals with colored powder on their faces participate in the celebration of the Holi festival in suburban Pasay, south of Manila, Philippines, Sunday March 16, 2014. The event is led by Indian nationals as they mark Holi, a Hindu spring festival also known as festival of colors, and sometimes festival of love.
    Aaron Favila | AP
Hindus are celebrating the festival of Holi by painting each other in bright colors, distributing sweets and squirting water at one another. The holiday, celebrated mainly in India and Nepal but also elsewhere, such as the Philippines, marks the beginning of spring and the triumph of good over evil. Bonfires are set on the eve of Holi, and the next day Hindus throw colored dry powder and water in celebration.
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