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The Many Colours Of Holi

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Holi, the festival of colours, is a much-awaited festival in the country. Over the years, Holi has transcended age, religion and origin making it an increasingly popular festival around the world. 

Anyone can take part in this spring festival that is filled with colour, song and dance, and have an amazing time. It is on this day that creating a mess on the streets or on the house with colours is not frowned upon and attacking people (with water guns and colour-filled balloons) is completely acceptable.

If you celebrate Holi, you can always engage your little one to help you in various activities such as helping you prepare all the festival delicacies. Before the festival, you can also take your child to shop for colours and use them to fill his water gun and balloons. 

You can make use of this joyous day to get together with your friends and relatives, which will also give you an opportunity to bond with your kid in the most animated and colourful way.

And what better way to make this occasion a memorable one than through the medium of pictures. Take many colourful pictures of your child when she is celebrating the festival. 

For such beautiful and mesmerising pictures of children celebrating Holi, take a look at this ClipBook. Also, check out the special Holi recipes and tips to celebrate the festival safely.

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