Holi – Festivals of Colors

Posted on March 19, 2013

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Holi: Colorful Portraits from Festival of Colors

Holi is perhaps one of the most colorful festivals in India. The zest, spirit of freedom and exuberance that this harvest festival stands for have gone a long way in making Holi a truly global festival. Nowadays, almost every country in the world celebrates Holi adding to its spirit of freedom, life and exuberance.

When it comes to Holi, Braj region is best known in international circuit beacause of its lathmar Holi. Journalists and photographers throng Braj to shoot some of the most amazing and colorful photos of Holi festival. Holi in Braj is also known for its mythological significance. The region of Braj in Uttar Pradesh is traditionally connected to the Lord Krishna: Mathura, Vrindavan, Nandagaon, and Barsana become popular and sough after tourist destinations during the Holi Festival in India.

Find some colorful pictures of Holi. Mind you they are not from India but they do imbibe the spirit of Holi: which is playfulness, exuberance and freedom.

Colorful Portraits from the 2012 Festival of Colors by Thomas Hawk portraits holi color

Colorful Portraits from the 2012 Festival of Colors by Thomas Hawk portraits holi color

Colorful Portraits from the 2012 Festival of Colors by Thomas Hawk portraits holi color

Colorful Portraits from the 2012 Festival of Colors by Thomas Hawk portraits holi color

Colorful Portraits from the 2012 Festival of Colors by Thomas Hawk portraits holi color

Colorful Portraits from the 2012 Festival of Colors by Thomas Hawk portraits holi color

Colorful Portraits from the 2012 Festival of Colors by Thomas Hawk portraits holi color

Colorful Portraits from the 2012 Festival of Colors by Thomas Hawk portraits holi color

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