Dhruv Aggarwal


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According to the legend, menfolk from #Nandgaon visit Barsana to celebrate ‘Holi’ with women from Barsana. When these people come visiting, they are welcomed by these women with sticks and are beaten up. The bunch from Nandgaon comes well prepared for it, with a padded shield to counter the attacks. These sticks are called ‘laths’, hence this holi-celebration is famously known as ‘Lathmaar’ holi. Next day, the women from #Barsana (since the women don’t go, men and trans-genders dressed as women represent women from the village) go to Nandgaon to celebrate #Holi with the men from the village. They are welcomed with #water and #colour everywhere. Canon 5D Mark III | 24-70 mm www.dhruvsfoto.com #rangbarse Red Cultures Traditional Festival Holi Rangbarse Celebration Outdoors Colors Colorful Portrait Street Nandgaon Vrindavan India The Photojournalist - 2017 EyeEm Awards The Portraitist - 2017 EyeEm Awards
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