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India
the rajasthan and 'a northwestern region of India considered among the most' evocative, that supports our image of the east and transports easily in a size close to the legend, as if suspended outside of time. Situated between the desert and plains ganetiche, rich in history, e'ua land where people have countered Rajasthani Rajput warriors of the immense power of the Islamic Mughal emperors, preserving the traditions of the most 'ancient but living a continuous succession of battles and alliances building city 'and palaces that excelled for splendoree refinement of the arts. Today we find so 'a wide range of testimonies of inestimable artistic value, immersed in a beautiful naturle where the local custom and' was bound to tradition, both in dress and in the performances of music and dance.
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Holi
Holi
Holi

a holidays' widespread, especially in the north of India, the second important holiday of the month of Phalguna (February March), celebrated in the days before the full moon. It 'also known as the festival of colors, celebrating the arrival of spring. The most grand and spectacular celebrations are held in the temples of Vrindavan, a city of the northern state dell'UTTARPRADESH. The tradition of throwing powder on colored and perfumed, these gulal, is the most famous and characteristic of the festival of Holi, and finds its reasons in Hindu mythology: the god Krishna had dark skin, was envious of the white of Radha and so one day he painted his face with colors. Since then, the loving couples are painted face each other at the party in a sign of affection. The celebration was joined by soldiers of the Border Security Force, the Indian border security force. Or northern Uttar Pradesh