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Amazing Facts About The Festival of Colours Holi
Holi is also celebrated in Mauritius, Fiji, Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago, Pakistan, and the Philippines.
Most of the herbal colours for Holi are made of arrowroot, which is a herbaceous Caribbean plant from which starch is prepared.
Chemical colour pastes may contain toxic, metal-based pigments, which can have side effects
Holi is believed to have originated in the Vrindavan and Nandgaon towns of Uttar Pradesh in India.
Holi is celebrated in the most fascinating way in Trinidad and Tobago Islands. Its known as Phagwa here, the festival is celebrated with two days of song, music and lots of colours.