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Festival Of Colors – World’s Biggest Color Party

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  1. سسبحآآن الله وبحــمـده ،،،،،،،، سسبحآآن الله الـعـظيــم ،،،،،سسبحآآن الله وبحــمـده ،،،،،،،، سسبحآآن الله الـعـظيــم ،،،،،سسبحآآن الله وبحــمـده ،،،،،،،، سسبحآآن الله الـعـظيــم ،،،،،سسبحآآن الله وبحــمـده ،،،،،،،، سسبحآآن الله الـعـظيــم ،،،،،

  2. @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.

  3. 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…

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