Holi is all about spreading the love, enjoyment, and obviously a great excuse for a massive paint fight. It is a joyous ritual when intense colours, light, emotion, and energy combine in a surreal vision of spirituality.
Holi at Blacktown was one of its kind. It attracted a large crowd of people who came from far and near to be the part of the fun and frolic Holi which bridges the social gap and renew sweet relationships.
The Indian community in Sydney not only celebrated love and compassion but also showcased Indian culture and traditions. From young to old all were smeared with Gulal-coloured powder and did not think twice to smile at the camera which turned out to be a colourful visual feast for the photographers.
There were over 60 stalls with lots of food, drinks and entertainment, along with the special Camel Ride.
The best part of the event was that it provided a relaxed atmosphere to the attendees as the Blacktown Showground was turned into the playground of colours rather than the political battlefield promoting the campaigns for the upcoming elections.
Kudos to Event News Team for organising this fun filled colourful event.