Holi has become particularly famous in Western countries the past few years, as more and more people take on the Indian and Nepalese festival of colours/sharing love. As a great signifier that good triumphs over evil, the ancient Hindu religious Holi festival embraces all that is good and fun in the world. The celebration of Holi often involves a giant water fight, where dry powder and coloured water are thrown around in large crowds of people gathering for Holi, who then dance and party the night away.
Here at Itihaas, we’re celebrating Holi through our feast of colours. Stop by and try our Thali lunch selection for the ultimate Indian food selection and embrace colour this March 13th.