They danced on the tunes of famous songs, ‘Do me a favour let’s play Holi’ and ‘Rang Barse’ and made sure that the spirits were high on a sunny morning. Nagpurians made sure that they enjoyed the festival Holi to the fullest
Kids, youth and seniors celebrated the festival of colours in various ways.The kids shouting on the streets and enjoying with their friends was a common sight around the city.
The messages spreading importance on various social media websites about playing dry Holi made people restrict their use of water this year.Also seen on streets were youth playing with the herbal colours.
Indian festivals are incomplete without food and hence many restaurants and food joints open on Thursday were seen crowded with tired people stopping for quick snacks
On a holiday people made time for family and many were seen playing colours in the verandah of their house or traveling to their relatives’ place. Many students away from city for studying and working have made their way to their homes to celebrate the festival of colours.
As some people enjoyed the festival, some also stayed home and enjoyed the holiday shying away from gulal and colours.
The Live Nagpur gives you a look through the pictures about how the people of Nagpur celebrated Holi.