The vibrant festival of colors is best celebrated amongst friends and family. But as a student studying abroad, here are some ways you can celebrate Holi with newfound friends and make new memories.
It’s time for the most playful festival of the year! Holi is the festival marking the beginning of Spring. Widely celebrated in India and Nepal, Holi has now spread to different parts of the globe. Being away from home, students studying abroad miss the fun they have in their home country. To make them feel at home and increase cultural awareness, Universities celebrate the festival of colors around the world.
Australia has been an attraction for international students in recent years. One of the reasons for this is Australia’s adaption to the cultures of various countries around the globe. Like the rest of the world, Australia also partakes in the great and colorful Indian festival that is Holi. Monash University, for example, organizes a campus-wide Holi celebration where the entire student body celebrates with enthusiasm. James Cook University also encourages students to indulge in the colors to their heart’s content.
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The United States of America
The United Kingdom has its place in the list of countries celebrating Festival of colors around the world. The University of Dundee’s Indian Society celebrates Holi in
Holi is another great way to bond, make new friends and mask your stress for spring semester exams. So pull out that white t-shirt, grab those vivid colors, dance to the funky Bollywood beats, and enjoy this festival.
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