One of the most uproarious of Hindu festivals, Holi festival in India marks the departure of winter and celebrate the arrival of spring through a riot of colours.
Casting off the winter gloom, people step out on the streets to throw the darkest of gulal (colourful powder) over each other to mark the celebration of this festival.
Pool parties, dance, and music are just one of the few ways to jazz up this festival of colour in metropolitan cities. But across India, each state has a distinct meaning and method of celebrating Holi. Find out about the best places to celebrate Holi festival in India. Not just that, find out all about the cultural differences of Holi festival in India, right here, right now!