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Wet Holi Photograhs 2012: The Colors of India

Updated on March 8, 2012

Today is Holi, festival of colors, now celebrated not only in India but all over the world. This festival unites each and every person on earth as it brings unity, love, and affection toward each other and humanity as a whole. So my dear friends, I wish you all Happy Holi. May you enjoy each and every moment of this most colorful day on earth. Just always remember to use very good quality herbal colors or wet water colors instead of chemical colors or grease that is used by some people. You must have heard about 140 kids from Mumbai, India who have used chemical colors which has infected them and they are having a multitude of symptoms including dizziness, diarrhea, vomiting, etc

Today, when I switched on the TV, I saw news from all over India where people were celebrating Holi of different types. Baba Ramdev was playing flower Holi with his fans and followers around the world. Some people were celebrating ladu maar holi in which a sweet is thrown on each other. The lucky ones catch this in there hands and eat it. I am planning to play gunjia maar holi. It is also a special sweet especially made on the occasion of Holi.

Some people in India celebrate latt maar holi where a lot of girls take bamboo sticks in their hand and beat their male partners with the stick. Holi is joyful and colorful.

Friends enjoy the true colors of life, be natural, use natural colors on Holi.

Holi celebrations at a prominent management institute in Delhi.
Holi celebrations at a prominent management institute in Delhi. | Source
Girls and boys enjoying wet holi
Girls and boys enjoying wet holi | Source
Everyone is wet and wild dancing on the Music Beats
Everyone is wet and wild dancing on the Music Beats | Source
The ultimate fun and excitement of Holi
The ultimate fun and excitement of Holi | Source
Management institute students enjoying Holi in Delhi.
Management institute students enjoying Holi in Delhi. | Source
The Holi gang is here
The Holi gang is here | Source
Students enjoying the colors of India
Students enjoying the colors of India | Source
Girls and boys dancing on the tunes of Holi
Girls and boys dancing on the tunes of Holi | Source
Myself after playing Holi with my friends and family.
Myself after playing Holi with my friends and family.
College life is best to enjoy the festival of colors.
College life is best to enjoy the festival of colors. | Source
Nonstop dance and masti on Holi 2012
Nonstop dance and masti on Holi 2012 | Source
Some sit to relax after enjoying nonstop.
Some sit to relax after enjoying nonstop. | Source
It's a holi pool of water at the institute campus.
It's a holi pool of water at the institute campus. | Source
College boys and girls have rocked this place with their Holi tunes.
College boys and girls have rocked this place with their Holi tunes. | Source
Kids throwing balloons on the occasion of Holi in Delhi
Kids throwing balloons on the occasion of Holi in Delhi
Soni2006 also turned colorful on the occasion of Holi.
Soni2006 also turned colorful on the occasion of Holi.

Holi 2011 Video from Youtube

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      Manoj 3 years ago

      Nice Information. Check more at http://happynewyear2014.org.in.

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      Ranbeer Thakkar 4 years ago from Kanpur

      Hi soni2006,

      Great Article. You can also take a look on http://holi2014.blogspot.com

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      V.K.MISHRA 5 years ago

      Yaar aap log ki holi mast lagi mann kar diya holi khelne ka aap aise hi picture upload kiya kare

      Thanks for uploading holi picture

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      Rajinder Soni 5 years ago from New Delhi, India

      Thanks Ruchira. Will upload more from Delhi.

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      Ruchira 5 years ago from United States

      great pix soni. delhi and holi always spark enthusiasm and fun.

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      Rajinder Soni 5 years ago from New Delhi, India

      Whenever you have a chance to visit Delhi, send me an email at rajsoni4u@gmail.com and I will tell where to visit to see the true colors of India. Next most awaited upcoming festival in India are auspicious navratras, Nav means nine and ratras means nights so we have 9 nights to celebrate with total devotion towards our religious Goddess Maa Durga. All the temples in India including Maa Jhandewali temple, Chatarpur temple, etc. are decorated with beautiful flowers to mark the beginning of fast and devotion. A dance called as "dandia" is played in several events around India, even it is celebrated in some parts of USA, Canada, and UK according to pics and emails received from my Indian friends living there. The navratras are starting from 23rd March 2012 and I will uploading pictures and videos from my visit to the temples.

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      Kelly Umphenour 5 years ago from St. Louis, MO

      That looks really fun:). The photographs are gorgeous and everyone does look as if they are over joyed! Thanks for sharing this celebration with the Midwest:)

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      Susan Zutautas 5 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      This looks like a wonderful celebration. I enjoyed reading about this and loved your spectacular pictures.