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Why India celebrates Holi: The legends behind the festival of color
by Manveena Suri, CNN
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20 March 2019
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It's the bold image of India most often seen in ad campaigns, films, and music videos: People coming together from all walks of life to sing, dance, and splash their friends and family with colored powder and water. Brands such as Sony and Canon have used the vibrant festival to showcase their products. British Airways recently joined in the fun with cabin crew members celebrating in cities across India. Before you travel there to celebrate it, you'll want the answer to these questions: What is Holi? And why do Indians celebrate it?
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