Dolyatra a Hindu festival associated with the worship of RADHA and KRISHNA. Also known as dol, it is celebrated on the fifteenth day of the lunar month in the Bangla month of Falgun. Images of Radha and Krishna are seated on swings and sprinkled with a red powder known as avir. This is the signal for everyone to start sprinkling colour or avir on one another.
When the world is drenched with intense colour of humanity. Human race is united by the merriment of universal colours, no individual is elevated or distinguished by cast, creed, monitory status or any other demographics. The hand in the picture represents the very existence of unity through the colour of diversity. Like this festival of colour humanity has the strength of getting over any looming crisis in the world with absolute unity and endearing festivity.... See more