Hindu Festival of Colours celebrated in Welwyn Hatfield

PUBLISHED: 15:47 24 March 2016 | UPDATED: 15:10 29 March 2016

Holi was celebrated in Welwyn Hatfield

Holi was celebrated in Welwyn Hatfield


Welwyn Hatfield's Hindu community got together for both a colourful and messy celebration.

Holi was celebrated in Welwyn HatfieldHoli was celebrated in Welwyn Hatfield

They celebrated Holi (Festival of Colours) on March 20.

Spokesman for the local branch of The Indian Cultural Association, Narendra Patel said: “Holi is an ancient Hindu festival that celebrates the arrival of spring and has now become popular with non-Hindus as well as people from other communities outside Asia, both young and old.

“From lighting the Holika (bonfire) to throwing “Gulal” (non-toxic, water-soluble powdery paint), Holi is a wonderful celebration to bring the community together and celebrate the triumph of good over evil.”

If you are interested in joining The ICA or want to find out about forthcoming events this year, visit www.theica.org.uk or info@theica.org.uk.

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