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On Saturday 9th July, Bhaktivedanta Manor near London staged a new and exciting summer festival on its lavish grounds. The event included market stalls, prasad, a kirtan stage, and most notably a Festival of Colours. Four thousand guests enjoyed their visit on that particularly warm and sunny day.


Celebrated since ancient times, Holi traditionally welcomes in the country’s spring. It is also seen as a new beginning where people can release all their inhibitions.

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Spring is upon us and that means it’s time for the Festival of Colors. The Festival of Colors is an annual celebration of the Holi Festival. Holi Festival is an ancient Hindu festival that commemorates Radha Krishna’s love as well as the triumph of virtue over evil. The Holi Festival began in India and has now spread throughout the world.

Read more: https://iskconnews.org/the-festival-of-colors-spanish-fork-utah/

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The Melbourne ISKCON devotees living in the western suburbs of Melbourne Australia have for years participated in the annual local Hindu Holi festival in which they have incorporated a mini Ratha Yatra parade.

Many hundreds of people from the culturally diverse community attended the festival and the devotees engaged them all in the festivities.

With the cooperation of the festival management, the devotees were able to distribute books and prasadam (sanctified food), and much more.

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