9x12 relief carved and hand painted ceramic flower pot tile.
Available from earthsongtiles.com
One of the many spring celebrations held around the world is the Hindu festival of Holi, also known as the festival of colors First and foremost it celebrates the beginning of spring, traditionally commemorating the fertile land and hope for a good harvest. It is a time to say goodbye to winter and enjoy the abundant colors of spring in bloom. Celebrated wildly by thousands of Hindus for two days every year beginning on the last full moon day of February/March, it is said to be one of the most exuberant festivals in existence. During this event there are bonfires, dancing, singing and it's customary for people to throw colored powder at one another. No one expects polite behavior during Holi, only copious amounts of fun and joy and color!