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"It was very involving and fun," Ingham said.

-photo by india ingham, graphics editor

-photo by india ingham, graphics editor

"It was very involving and fun," Ingham said.

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-photo by india ingham, graphics editor
Eighth-grader India Ingham and her mom after being colored in the HOLI powder.

Colored powder bursts through the air at  the DFW Hindu Temple in Irving as Holi, The Festival of Colors is celebrated.

Holi is celebrated all across India, the South Asian country in honor of Vishnu, a Hindu god. People who attend the festivals are doused in the colored powder and sing, dance, and eat the traditional foods. While the holiday is based in India, there are many celebrations in America that are held at the Hindu temples. Eighth-grader India Ingham attended one of the festivals being held at the DFW Hindu Temple.

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