Colours of all hues, the smell of ‘gulal’ and joyous spirit during Holi Celebration!

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Holi and Dhuledi — the festival of colour — were celebrated with traditional fervor and gaiety throughout Rajasthan. Foreign tourists too had a blast as they were seen enthusiastically participating in the Holi festivities organized at various places.
The tourism department had organized two back-to-back programmes especially for foreign tourists at Rambagh polo ground and Khasa Kothi in the capital, Jaipur. A cultural programme on Holi-eve that lasted for nearly two hours brought everything from Barmer’s Langas and Manganiaars to Bharatpur’s Raas Leela on one stage. During the Holi festival, hundreds of foreign tourists were seen dancing and putting colours on each other.

     

Holi Celebration



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All the above pictures were clicked during ‘Holi Festival’ organised by Department of Tourism at Rambagh Polo Ground, Jaipur on 26th March, 2013.

Photo Credit: Gaurav Hajela

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