The PSU Indian Student Association (ISA) invites the campus community to join them in celebrating "Holi - Festival of colors"
Sunday, March 11, from 12:30pm, in SMSU 228 (the PSU Multicultural-Center MCC).
An Indian lunch starts at 12:30 follow by playing with colors in the Park Blocks.
The Spring Festival of India, Holi - is a festival of colors. It is meant to welcome the spring and win the... blessings of Gods for good harvests and fertility of the land. Holi is celebrated over two days. This festival is associated with a loosening of social restrictions normally associated with caste, sex, status and age. Holi is thus known to bridge social gaps and bring people together. It is also known for the loosening of social norms and licentious merrymaking and jovial behavior. The main ritual of Holi is to throw and apply colored water and powders on friends and family. Thus the name, "Festival of Colors."
For more information about the event visit the "Holi Festival Celebrations" FACEBOOK page
or email India@pdx.edu