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The most colorful festival in the world

The most colorful festival in the world

Holi, India

The festival is also known as ‘Festival of Colours’. It is one of the major festivals of India. Colors are played on this day across India. Everyone wears white clothes. This makes the color more attractive.

➤ Day of the Dead, Mexico

Day of the Dead is a major festival in Mexico. It is believed that the living and the dead reunite on this day. This Tomatina festival is celebrated every year around October to November. On this day, everyone wears colorful clothes and performs dances. They believe that when they dance, the dead will wake up to their sound. Many dress up like dead people.

➤ La Tomatina, Spain

La Tomatina takes place in late August in the town of Buñol in the Valencia region of Spain. Thousands of participants from all over the world attend this festival. On this day, more than a hundred metric tons of ripe tomatoes are thrown on the streets.

➤ Chinese New Year, China

During Chinese New Year, the whole country becomes colorful. Dragon processions, traditional music, dance shows are organized. This festival is celebrated around January-February every year. Thousands of tourists come to visit China around this day.

➤ Rio de Janeiro Carnival, Brazil

‘Rio de Janeiro Carnival’ is the most famous and largest carnival in the world. On this day, samba dances, live music, parades are held in the streets. Everyone dressed in colorful clothes and took to the streets. A lively joy can be seen in all.

➤ Hanami, Japan

Hanami is a Japanese tradition to welcome spring. It is also known as “Cherry Blossom Festival”. During the Hanami festival, Japanese people picnic under cherry trees with family and friends. Enjoys sweet and savory foods.

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