The event drew the participation of hundreds of Vietnamese and foreign tourists.

At the event, General Secretary of INCHAM Vaibhav Saxena said that the event aims to introduce the HOLI Festival to Vietnamese and foreign visitors, and create connections between the Indian community in Vietnam and the Vietnamese people.

HOLI is known as the festival of colors because the participants throw colored powder on each other, believing that those who get more colors will get luckier.

The event is an ancient Hindu festival originating in the Indian subcontinent. It is celebrated predominantly in India and Nepal, but has also spread to other parts of Asia.

Ms. Mary Ann Chevalier’s family, an Indian family and their friends
joyful took photos at the festival

Drumming item to open the festival

An item performed by Indian DJs to create “hot atmosphere” at the festival

An eventful item by a dance company from Hanoi

Visitors at the Holi Festival of Colors 2019 danced and sang together

Indian families had fun at the festival

Children and foreign friends at the event

Mr. Vaibhav Saxena and visitors took photos

A food corner at the festival

Compiled by BTA