Holi is a two-day festival during the full moon every March. It originated in India, but it has spread in many Asian and Western countries through the Indian diaspora. It is a celebration of the triumph of good over evil in Hindu folklore. Hence, Holi allows people to begin a new season fresh and provides an opportunity to forgive and forget. The celebrations often include traditional music and food, dance, and powered colors. Everyone is welcomed to join the festivities while respecting the cultural significance of the holiday.


Cultural Diversity and Sustainable Development for Peace