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Bangalore, March 17: Holi hain bhai holi hain, Bura na mano Holi hain... Holi, the festival of colours has been celebrated across India and the world.Colours ruled the streets of almost of cities of the country. Indians across the world also celebrated it with same zeal and fervour on Monday, March 17.

From youngsters and the elderly to the widows of Vrindavan, the 'gulal' spared none as revellers danced to the accompaniment of drums. People exchanged sweets as a mark of bonhomie.

The festival is celebrated to commemorate the Hindu mythological tale of Prahlada emerging unscathed from the flames despite being drawn into the fire by demoness Holika. The Hindu month of 'Phagun' ended on Sunday with 'Holika Dahan' and 'Chaita' starting on Monday.

From Ahmedabad to Patna, to Washington, our readers shared their snapshots playing Holi on Google Plus using the tag -- #HoliOneindia. Here are a few pics of our readers celebrating Holi:

Holi celebration

The little kid is enjoying the Festival of Colours.

Holi celebration in India

From youngsters and the elderly to the widows of Vrindavan, the 'gulal' spared none as revellers danced to the accompaniment of drums.

Woman celebrating Holi

Colours ruled the streets today as people of all ages with faces and clothes smeared in myriad of hues celebrated Holi, a harvest festival which marks the onset of spring season.

Holi celebration across the country

Young couple celebrating Holi.

Holi celebration: Innocence at its best

Holi celebration in India. Innocence at its best.

Indian celebs celebrate Holi

Indian celebrities from cine world are celebrating Holi.

Holi celebration in India

The festival is celebrated to commemorate the Hindu mythological tale of Prahlada emerging unscathed from the flames despite being drawn into the fire by demoness Holika.

Woman celebrating Holi

Colours ruled the streets today as people of all ages with faces and clothes smeared in myriad of hues celebrated Holi, a harvest festival which marks the onset of spring season.

 

 

Holi celebration in India

The festival is celebrated to commemorate the Hindu mythological tale of Prahlada emerging unscathed from the flames despite being drawn into the fire by demoness Holika.

 

 

Woman celebrating Holi

Woman celebrating Holi Colours ruled the streets today as people of all ages with faces and clothes smeared in myriad of hues celebrated Holi, a harvest festival which marks the onset of spring season.

 

 

Holi celebration across the country

Holi hain bhai holi hain, Bura na mano Holi hain... Holi, the festival of colours has been celebrated across India and the world.Colours ruled the streets of almost of cities of the country. Indians across the world also celebrated it with same zeal and fervour on Monday, March 17.

 

 

 

 

Holi celebration in India

From youngsters and the elderly to the widows of Vrindavan, the 'gulal' spared none as revellers danced to the accompaniment of drums. People exchanged sweets as a mark of bonhomie.

 

 

Holi celebration in India

The festival is celebrated to commemorate the Hindu mythological tale of Prahlada emerging unscathed from the flames despite being drawn into the fire by demoness Holika. The Hindu month of 'Phagun' ended on Sunday with 'Holika Dahan' and 'Chaita' starting on Monday.

 

 

Holi celebration in India

People celebrate Holi.

Holi celebration in India

Family members celebrate holi.

Holi celebration in India

A child plays plays with colours on `holi`.

Holi celebration in India

The festival is celebrated to commemorate the Hindu mythological tale of Prahlada emerging unscathed from the flames despite being drawn into the fire by demoness Holika. The Hindu month of 'Phagun' ended on Sunday with 'Holika Dahan' and 'Chaita' starting on Monday.

 

 

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