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The Holi Festival in India // March 27, 2013
1. Hindu devotees play with colour during Holi celebrations at the Banke Bihari temple in Vrindavan. (Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
2. Hindu devotees play with colour during Holi celebrations in the back streets close to the Banke Bihari temple in Vrindavan. (Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
3. An Indian Hindu widow walks with a cane as flowers fall from above during Holi celebrations organized by the NGO Sulabh at the Meera Sahbhagini Ashram in Vrindavan.(Kevin Frayer/AP)
4. An Indian Hindu widow stands covered in coloured powder during Holi celebrations organized by the NGO Sulabh at the Meera Sahbhagini Ashram in Vrindavan. (Kevin Frayer/AP)
5. A Hindu woman stands on a floor covered with coloured powder as devotees celebrate Holi festival inside the Banke Bihari temple in Vrindavan. (Altaf Qadri/AP)
6. A stray dog rests in front of a closed shop as devotees walk towards the Banke Bihari temple to celebrate Holi in Vrindavan, India. (Altaf Qadri/AP)
7. Indian youth play with coloured powder during Holi festival celebrations in Jammu. (Channi Anand/AP)
The Holi Festival in India // March 27, 2013
1. Hindu devotees play with colour during Holi celebrations at the Banke Bihari temple in Vrindavan. (Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
2. Hindu devotees play with colour during Holi celebrations in the back streets close to the Banke Bihari temple in Vrindavan. (Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
3. An Indian Hindu widow walks with a cane as flowers fall from above during Holi celebrations organized by the NGO Sulabh at the Meera Sahbhagini Ashram in Vrindavan.(Kevin Frayer/AP)
4. An Indian Hindu widow stands covered in coloured powder during Holi celebrations organized by the NGO Sulabh at the Meera Sahbhagini Ashram in Vrindavan. (Kevin Frayer/AP)
5. A Hindu woman stands on a floor covered with coloured powder as devotees celebrate Holi festival inside the Banke Bihari temple in Vrindavan. (Altaf Qadri/AP)
6. A stray dog rests in front of a closed shop as devotees walk towards the Banke Bihari temple to celebrate Holi in Vrindavan, India. (Altaf Qadri/AP)
7. Indian youth play with coloured powder during Holi festival celebrations in Jammu. (Channi Anand/AP)
The Holi Festival in India // March 27, 2013
1. Hindu devotees play with colour during Holi celebrations at the Banke Bihari temple in Vrindavan. (Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
2. Hindu devotees play with colour during Holi celebrations in the back streets close to the Banke Bihari temple in Vrindavan. (Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
3. An Indian Hindu widow walks with a cane as flowers fall from above during Holi celebrations organized by the NGO Sulabh at the Meera Sahbhagini Ashram in Vrindavan.(Kevin Frayer/AP)
4. An Indian Hindu widow stands covered in coloured powder during Holi celebrations organized by the NGO Sulabh at the Meera Sahbhagini Ashram in Vrindavan. (Kevin Frayer/AP)
5. A Hindu woman stands on a floor covered with coloured powder as devotees celebrate Holi festival inside the Banke Bihari temple in Vrindavan. (Altaf Qadri/AP)
6. A stray dog rests in front of a closed shop as devotees walk towards the Banke Bihari temple to celebrate Holi in Vrindavan, India. (Altaf Qadri/AP)
7. Indian youth play with coloured powder during Holi festival celebrations in Jammu. (Channi Anand/AP)
The Holi Festival in India // March 27, 2013
1. Hindu devotees play with colour during Holi celebrations at the Banke Bihari temple in Vrindavan. (Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
2. Hindu devotees play with colour during Holi celebrations in the back streets close to the Banke Bihari temple in Vrindavan. (Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
3. An Indian Hindu widow walks with a cane as flowers fall from above during Holi celebrations organized by the NGO Sulabh at the Meera Sahbhagini Ashram in Vrindavan.(Kevin Frayer/AP)
4. An Indian Hindu widow stands covered in coloured powder during Holi celebrations organized by the NGO Sulabh at the Meera Sahbhagini Ashram in Vrindavan. (Kevin Frayer/AP)
5. A Hindu woman stands on a floor covered with coloured powder as devotees celebrate Holi festival inside the Banke Bihari temple in Vrindavan. (Altaf Qadri/AP)
6. A stray dog rests in front of a closed shop as devotees walk towards the Banke Bihari temple to celebrate Holi in Vrindavan, India. (Altaf Qadri/AP)
7. Indian youth play with coloured powder during Holi festival celebrations in Jammu. (Channi Anand/AP)
The Holi Festival in India // March 27, 2013
1. Hindu devotees play with colour during Holi celebrations at the Banke Bihari temple in Vrindavan. (Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
2. Hindu devotees play with colour during Holi celebrations in the back streets close to the Banke Bihari temple in Vrindavan. (Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
3. An Indian Hindu widow walks with a cane as flowers fall from above during Holi celebrations organized by the NGO Sulabh at the Meera Sahbhagini Ashram in Vrindavan.(Kevin Frayer/AP)
4. An Indian Hindu widow stands covered in coloured powder during Holi celebrations organized by the NGO Sulabh at the Meera Sahbhagini Ashram in Vrindavan. (Kevin Frayer/AP)
5. A Hindu woman stands on a floor covered with coloured powder as devotees celebrate Holi festival inside the Banke Bihari temple in Vrindavan. (Altaf Qadri/AP)
6. A stray dog rests in front of a closed shop as devotees walk towards the Banke Bihari temple to celebrate Holi in Vrindavan, India. (Altaf Qadri/AP)
7. Indian youth play with coloured powder during Holi festival celebrations in Jammu. (Channi Anand/AP)
The Holi Festival in India // March 27, 2013
1. Hindu devotees play with colour during Holi celebrations at the Banke Bihari temple in Vrindavan. (Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
2. Hindu devotees play with colour during Holi celebrations in the back streets close to the Banke Bihari temple in Vrindavan. (Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
3. An Indian Hindu widow walks with a cane as flowers fall from above during Holi celebrations organized by the NGO Sulabh at the Meera Sahbhagini Ashram in Vrindavan.(Kevin Frayer/AP)
4. An Indian Hindu widow stands covered in coloured powder during Holi celebrations organized by the NGO Sulabh at the Meera Sahbhagini Ashram in Vrindavan. (Kevin Frayer/AP)
5. A Hindu woman stands on a floor covered with coloured powder as devotees celebrate Holi festival inside the Banke Bihari temple in Vrindavan. (Altaf Qadri/AP)
6. A stray dog rests in front of a closed shop as devotees walk towards the Banke Bihari temple to celebrate Holi in Vrindavan, India. (Altaf Qadri/AP)
7. Indian youth play with coloured powder during Holi festival celebrations in Jammu. (Channi Anand/AP)
The Holi Festival in India // March 27, 2013
1. Hindu devotees play with colour during Holi celebrations at the Banke Bihari temple in Vrindavan. (Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
2. Hindu devotees play with colour during Holi celebrations in the back streets close to the Banke Bihari temple in Vrindavan. (Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
3. An Indian Hindu widow walks with a cane as flowers fall from above during Holi celebrations organized by the NGO Sulabh at the Meera Sahbhagini Ashram in Vrindavan.(Kevin Frayer/AP)
4. An Indian Hindu widow stands covered in coloured powder during Holi celebrations organized by the NGO Sulabh at the Meera Sahbhagini Ashram in Vrindavan. (Kevin Frayer/AP)
5. A Hindu woman stands on a floor covered with coloured powder as devotees celebrate Holi festival inside the Banke Bihari temple in Vrindavan. (Altaf Qadri/AP)
6. A stray dog rests in front of a closed shop as devotees walk towards the Banke Bihari temple to celebrate Holi in Vrindavan, India. (Altaf Qadri/AP)
7. Indian youth play with coloured powder during Holi festival celebrations in Jammu. (Channi Anand/AP)

The Holi Festival in India // March 27, 2013

1. Hindu devotees play with colour during Holi celebrations at the Banke Bihari temple in Vrindavan. (Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)

2. Hindu devotees play with colour during Holi celebrations in the back streets close to the Banke Bihari temple in Vrindavan. (Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)

3. An Indian Hindu widow walks with a cane as flowers fall from above during Holi celebrations organized by the NGO Sulabh at the Meera Sahbhagini Ashram in Vrindavan.(Kevin Frayer/AP)

4. An Indian Hindu widow stands covered in coloured powder during Holi celebrations organized by the NGO Sulabh at the Meera Sahbhagini Ashram in Vrindavan. (Kevin Frayer/AP)

5. A Hindu woman stands on a floor covered with coloured powder as devotees celebrate Holi festival inside the Banke Bihari temple in Vrindavan. (Altaf Qadri/AP)

6. A stray dog rests in front of a closed shop as devotees walk towards the Banke Bihari temple to celebrate Holi in Vrindavan, India. (Altaf Qadri/AP)

7. Indian youth play with coloured powder during Holi festival celebrations in Jammu. (Channi Anand/AP)

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Hindu devotees play with colour during Lathmaar Holi celebrations on March 21, 2013 in the village of Barsana, near Mathura, India. The tradition of playing with colours on Holi draws its roots from a legend of Radha and the Hindu God Krishna. It is believed that young Krishna was jealous of Radha’s fair complexion since he himself was himself very dark. After questioning his mother Yashoda on the darkness of his complexion, Yashoda, teasingly asked him to colour Radha’s face in which ever colour he wanted. In a mischievous mood, Krishna applied colour on Radha’s face. The tradition of applying color on one’s beloved is being religiously followed till date.
[Credit : Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images]

Hindu devotees play with colour during Lathmaar Holi celebrations on March 21, 2013 in the village of Barsana, near Mathura, India. The tradition of playing with colours on Holi draws its roots from a legend of Radha and the Hindu God Krishna. It is believed that young Krishna was jealous of Radha’s fair complexion since he himself was himself very dark. After questioning his mother Yashoda on the darkness of his complexion, Yashoda, teasingly asked him to colour Radha’s face in which ever colour he wanted. In a mischievous mood, Krishna applied colour on Radha’s face. The tradition of applying color on one’s beloved is being religiously followed till date.

[Credit : Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images]

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Coloured powder is thrown on Hindu men from the village of Nandgaon as they sit on the floor during prayers at the Ladali or Radha temple before the procession for the Lathmar Holi festival, the legendary hometown of Radha, consort of Hindu God Krishna, in Barsana, on March 21, 2013. During Lathmar Holi the women of Barsana beat the men from Nandgaon, the hometown of Krishna, with wooden sticks in response to their teasing as they depart the town.
[Credit : Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images]

Coloured powder is thrown on Hindu men from the village of Nandgaon as they sit on the floor during prayers at the Ladali or Radha temple before the procession for the Lathmar Holi festival, the legendary hometown of Radha, consort of Hindu God Krishna, in Barsana, on March 21, 2013. During Lathmar Holi the women of Barsana beat the men from Nandgaon, the hometown of Krishna, with wooden sticks in response to their teasing as they depart the town.

[Credit : Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images]

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An Afghan Pashtun boy, who said he was forced from the troubled province of Baglan due to threats from the Taliban, looks on as he winds up for the day after scavenging for recyclables at a garbage dump site on Nov. 14, 2012 in Kabul, Afghanistan. Children working at the garbage site in Kabul said they can make up to 90 Afghans (USD $1.75) per day collecting cans and other recyclable materials for sale. If they were to stay and work in their home province, with limited options for employment, and join the Police or Army, the Taliban threatened they would come for them and their families, they said.
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An Afghan Pashtun boy, who said he was forced from the troubled province of Baglan due to threats from the Taliban, looks on as he winds up for the day after scavenging for recyclables at a garbage dump site on Nov. 14, 2012 in Kabul, Afghanistan. Children working at the garbage site in Kabul said they can make up to 90 Afghans (USD $1.75) per day collecting cans and other recyclable materials for sale. If they were to stay and work in their home province, with limited options for employment, and join the Police or Army, the Taliban threatened they would come for them and their families, they said.

[Credit : Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images]