If are you thinking of throwing a party at home this year, fret not! Here are 5 ways you can enjoy the colourful day with your loved ones and get your party started. After all, it's the season to share a few laughs with closed ones and indulge in delicacies.
While beautician Shahnaz Husain doles out some home remedies to take care of your skin and hair post Holi celebrations, Dr Anoop Dhir, skin and hair care specialist, Apollo Hospital, Indraprastha, says one should remove colours slowly and not be in a hurry.
Vrindavan, the land of Krishna’s ‘raas-leela’ with the gopis, is where Holi celebrations start at least a week before the actual festival. Here are some pictures of the widows of Vrindavan celebrating the colourful occasion.
Holi revolves around smearing colours on each others’ faces, splashing people with coloured water, heartily indulging in sweet delicacies and making merry. Here are some photos of Holi celebrations from across India, Nepal and Pakistan.