Religious Game Holi


Holi, a traditional Hindu festival which celebrates the beginning of spring as well as the triumph of good over evil, reaches its peak today, Friday March 2. Celebrated with a Google Doodle, it is best known around the world for the powder that revellers throw on each other, leaving festival-goers coated in colour by the end of the day.

Although the festival originated in India and is still widely celebrated there as a religious festival, it has been adopted in many places around the world.

Here is everything you need to know about it, from where it came from to why the powder, known as gulal, is thrown.

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