The Georgia Southern University Office of Multicultural Affairs is hosting their 4th annual Holi Festival March 22.
Also know as the Festival of Colors, the Holi festival is a traditional Hindu holiday that celebrates the triumph of good over bad and the welcoming of spring.
The most well-known Holi tradition is the throwing of colored powder, called gulal, at one another.
This years festival will consist of a special performance comprised of talented performers, OMA Director Takeshia Brown said.
“As with all of our events, Holi Festival is an opportunity to learn more about a different cultures and celebrate diversity,” Brown said. “This is a festival that is celebrated around the world that our campus community gets to celebrate as well.”
The celebration will begin at 6:00 p.m. on Georgia Avenue between the Dining Commons and Centennial Place.
Shiann Sivell, The George-Anne Daily Reporter, firstname.lastname@example.org