Holi Rang De

The festival of colours was celebrated with zest and zeal by the students who never missed an opportunity to sprinkle all sorts of vibrant colours on the faces of their friends. The spirit of Holi reverberated across the campus as each and every face turned red, green and yellow.

The colours in fact made the faces of the students look alike signifying the unique sense of oneness that sets apart this festival. People irrespective of religion and caste get together to be decked in colours of joy.

Though Holi in south India is not celebrated with as much vigour as it is in the north, the student community here leaves no stone unturned to have as much fun as it can possibly have in celebrating this festival.

DIVINE HOLI: Jaipur has fragrant flowers, bamboos and Lord Krishna as the flavour of the Holi season.

DIVINE HOLI: Jaipur has fragrant flowers, bamboos and Lord Krishna as the flavour of the Holi season.

One thought on “Holi Rang De

  1. ॐ nina infinite ॐ

    Veeru! This is WONDERFUL~ I love the photos. What JOY! Thankyou SO much. love and love, nina, smiles BIG~

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