Revellers celebrating Holi, festival of colours, by covering each other with water and colour and dragging across the floor

Religious festivities and celebrations a inside a temple complex in Nandgaon, Mathura, the Village of Lord Krishna. Holi or the Festival of Colours, is a popular Hindu spring festival observed in India at the end of the winter season. It is famous for its Lathmar Holi in which women beat men (playfully) with sticks and people have colour wars and throw colour, water and flowers on each other.


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Credit:Studio DB
Creative #:5200012004K
License type:Rights-ready
Collection:Image Bank Film
Clip length:00:00:19:14
Location:Mathura, Uttar Pradesh, India
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