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Festival Of Colours

Covid fails to dampen Holi fete in erstwhile Adilabad

People gathered in junctions, streets and thresholds of houses for celebrating the festival of colours

Gaga over gulaal and gujiyas

‘Rang ka Jalsa’ was one such event where people were seen drenching each other in vibrant colours and indulging in rain dance amid dhol beats and DJ spins

Nizamabad: Mud-bath marks Holi at Alisagar

Yogaratna Prabhakar and Yoga expert J Kishan, who conduct mud-bath every year during Holi, organised the mud-bath camp on the banks of Alisagar project this year too

Dive into the festival of colours cinema ishtyle!

The movie industry has long been fascinated by Holi and churned out one hit track after another which have come to be a mainstay in gatherings

Make this festival special with these delicacies

Here are the recipes of some dishes that can make your Holi yummy shared by Chef Naresh Singh Rawat, Jr. Sous Chef, Courtyard by Marriott Bengaluru ORR

Your complete skin and hair care guidelines for Holi

Here are a few tips to prevent any damage to your mane and enjoying without any worry

Shine on with glamorous outfits this Holi

Tips on how to stay hassle-free to using unwanted clothes and home remedies to look your best this festive season

When overenthusiasm changes the game

While thankfully everything went well and India played as good host to the celebrity guests, the dust hasn't settled on a few things even after they left.

Hyderabad revellers spread cheer on Holi

The celebrations began with bonfires on streets and open spaces, signifying the victory of good over evil. People sang and danced around the fire and also performed bhajans.

Gulal, eco-friendly colour markets abuzz with activity in Hyderabad

A variety of colours have flooded the city markets and keeping in tune with growing demand for organic colours, they are stocked in good quantities by shopkeepers in Begum Bazar.

Holi is celebrated not with colours but fisticuffs here

They say punching each other is a tradition that is followed for at least a hundred years on the occasion of Holi. They believe that the 'fisticuff' tradition would bring them prosperity and ensure wellness of the village.

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