The popular and ancient Indian holiday “Holi”.
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The popular and ancient Indian holiday “Holi”.

The popular and ancient Indian holiday “Holi”.


Students of the International Medical Faculty celebrated the Holi holiday. Holi is one of the brightest and colorful holidays in the world and symbolizes the onset of spring and the beginning of the New Year in the Indian calendar. Holi is also called the Festival of Colors for diversity and color saturation. A popular Indian festival is held on the full moon day, it is called Phalgun Purnima in India. The Holi date is rolling and usually falls at the end of February – March and lasts for several days. In 2018, Holi falls on March 2-3.

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Kyrgyz Republic (Kyrgyzstan)
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