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Festival Of Colors – World’s Biggest Color Party

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  1. I’ve actually been to this festival and it really is like that. Obviously, they edited a whole bunch of the better moments together and cut out all the inbetween, but it’s not manufactured.

  2. I really want this song. someone can give me a link to download it?

    And I want to make something like that on Interbio (it’s a festival of biology’s students on Brazil). How can I make this?

  3. pillows would have make the combo…anyway I don’t like it. too phony!why do all the people have to scream so much just for some colour…it would be ok if there were prodigy playing

  4. They’re celebrating Holi, party in front of an Indian style house, but not a single Indian was invited.
    Why is everyone white western kids? It dosn’t make sence.

  5. oh look white ppl discovered Holi (or Phagwah) lolol… also called the festival of lights it’s a hindu tradition and is a huge celebration in any region with lots of indians

  6. Very well-made video. You got skillz and talent for this job. Keep it up!

    I will, however, call you insanely mad for bringing out a brand new 5D Mk III to this place. Did you even get the chance to unpack/unbox the camera before you went off to this festival? 😛

    How’s the video quality compared to the 5D Mk II?

  7. Very well-made video. You got skillz and talent for this job. Keep it up!

    I will, however, call you insanely mad for bringing out a brand new 5D Mk III to this place. Did you even get the chance to unpack/unbox the camera before you went off to this festival? 😛

    How’s the video quality compared to the 5D Mk II?

  8. 植物由来の原料を使っているそうです。大量に吸ったり、目に入ると流石に体に悪いみたいですけどね。サングラスしていない人は勇気ありますね^^;
    「ホーリー祭が大惨事」でググると分かりますが、今年は一騒動あったみたいです。

  9. Must not be Hindu so let me tell you it definitely is based on our religion. The festival, named Holi, comes from Holika. Google the story of Prahlad and soak some knowledge…

  10. @TheMalavman I’m not saying that there’s no connection with the Hindu religion, I’m saying that there are reasons to celebrate it besides religion. Thus, there’s nothing wrong with them no knowing the spiritual significance of the festival. Take Christmas for example; it used to be a celebration of Christ’s birth (actually an adaptation of the pagan festival Saturnalia, as Christ was likely born in Summer), but is now celebrated by nonreligious people as a celebration of family and generosity.

  11. سسبحآآن الله وبحــمـده ،،،،،،،، سسبحآآن الله الـعـظيــم ،،،،،سسبحآآن الله وبحــمـده ،،،،،،،، سسبحآآن الله الـعـظيــم ،،،،،سسبحآآن الله وبحــمـده ،،،،،،،، سسبحآآن الله الـعـظيــم ،،،،،سسبحآآن الله وبحــمـده ،،،،،،،، سسبحآآن الله الـعـظيــم ،،،،،

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