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Apr 22, 2018

Come join Tufts Hindu Students Council this Sunday for a celebration of Holi. Holi is the festival of colors and welcomes the joys of spring. For Hindus, it is a time of abundant celebration for nature's blessings and a symbolic reminder to turn over a new leaf. Holi also has religious significance, as it symbolizes the victory of devotion and love over evil, through the killing of selfish King Hiranyakashyap and the saving of his son, Prahlad. For all of us, Holi is an exhilarating and joyous time, reminding us to celebrate the excitement and happiness of friendship and love.
See you at the most colorful celebration on campus. Bring your friends and welcome spring with some color and splash. We will have samosas and mango lassi, as well as performances by Tufts JumboRaas and Tufts University Bhangra Team.

Apr 22, 2018

Don't miss original choreographic projects created by graduating Dance Program Minors. $5 admission.

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