From Delhi To Chennai - Here's How India Celebrated Holi 2023
Holi is an important festival celebrated during spring, especially in India and Nepal. According to the Indian Hindu calendar, this festival is celebrated every year on the full moon date of the month of Phalgun. Today, people across the country celebrated Holi with great pomp and enthusiasm. Here are some pictures:
Revellers daubed in colours dance as they celebrate Holi, the Hindu spring festival of colours, in Prayagraj.
Revellers smeared with 'Gulal' or coloured powder celebrate Holi in Guwahati.
Holi celebration in Kolkata.
Hindu devotees pray as they are sprayed with coloured water at a temple's premises during Holi celebrations in Ahmedabad.
People shopping for colours and colour spray ahead of the festival at Sadar Bazar on Tuesday in Gurgaon.
Revellers daubed in 'Gulal' or coloured powder celebrate Holi, the festival of colours, in the old quarters of New Delhi.
Children and elders splash colours and water to celebrate Holi, one of the most popular and significant festivals of Hinduism, at Seshadripuram, in Bengaluru.
People celebrating the festival in Chennai on Wednesday.
People celebrate inside the premises of a temple in the old quarters of Delhi.