Devotees across India and Nepal throw colorful power during this festive rite of spring
March 07, 2012
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Hindu devotees carry colored powder to be thrown on others during celebrations for Holi, the festival of color, at the Banke Bihari temple inVrindavan, about 87 miles from New Delhi, India, March 7, 2012. Vrindavan is a famous place for Holi celebrations, where according to legend, the Hindu god Krishna played Holi with his consort Radha.