A beautiful thing about Hinduism is that it finds room for a variety of expression and observance under one magnificently colored inclusive umbrella. We hope you enjoy these recipes for your own celebration.
Read Whole Story
Hindu festivals are communal celebrations through which an aspect of the universal Truth is brought to life. The rituals are intended to strengthen bonds between and within families and communities.
Raised Christian, I believed Easter was the kick-off of spring. Now I have found the real beginning of spring: the Indian holiday of colors now celebrated across New York City, Holi.
Police rained on the parade of Hindus in Queens when they seized colored powder central to their religious celebration Sunday, community leaders said...
For Hindus around the world, Holi is a boisterous holy day, celebrated by playfully throwing colored powder and water on friends and family.
In 2011, Holi will be celebrated on March 19 and 20.
Holi is an annual festival celebrated by Hindus on the final full moon of the month Phalguna. U...
Get top stories and blogs posts emailed to you each day.