Why is New York covered in the shade of Unity?
Holi Festival 2018 brings a diverse group of New Yorkers
Article by Hena Baluch
Brooklyn, New York, 4/28/2018: The people of New York need no reason to celebrate as they soak into the shades of the most colorful festival in the world, Holi. Holi, also known as the festival of color, is a commemoration of Unity and Brotherhood celebrated to break all the barriers causing discrimination as people of different color come together and paint each other with a colorful fight so every individual looks the same. The past Saturday, a diverse group of New Yorkers were painted in the colors of Holi where about about 250 to 300 people gathered in Brooklyn to celebrate music, dance and colors.
Photographers, artists, DJ’s and hundreds of people walked into the festival to witness the true essence of Holi with Asian music and Asian food. There was music, dance, and moments of unity where a crowd of 250 people threw different colors in the air together and painted each other in one color, the color of love.
There was nothing you could do to save yourself from being colored. There was laughter, there was dance, there were colors in the air, there was rhythm, there was unity and there were amazing photographer’s there to capture unforgettable, cheerful smiles. Find Your ID NYC ran into few of these photographers like Jake from Belly Fire Production and Street Fashion who were on duty to capture beautiful smiles.
What are you missing in an event where there is Music, Dance and Color? The answer is Food! There were some amazing food vendors like Bira 91, who served all kinds of beverages, La Victoria NYC and Fefo Food, who served some amazing Asian food and Boxed Water who were there to quench the thirst and did an amazing job.