Holi 2014 At Bhaktivedanta Manor

16 March 2014, 06:00


Around 10 thousand people are expected at Bhaktivedanta Manor to celebrate the 'festival of colours'.

The festival marks the start of spring and involves throwing colourful paint over each other.

President of the Watford Temple, Srutidharma Das, told Heart:

"Lord Krishna sported with his friends and they threw colours and its a wonderful array of colours, all the colours of the rainbow, and it celebrates all the colours of spring in India as well."

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