Steady Films describes the Indian religious festival of Holi as "a time of enjoying spring's abundant colors and saying farewell to winter. It's the day to rid oneself of past errors and end conflicts - a day to forgive and forget." While in Pushkar, Justin Hogan filmed people while they participated in the festival, laughing and cheering and coating their world with a rainbow of colored powder. Like we've said many times before, slow-mo makes everything so much cooler.

Holi. from Steady on Vimeo.

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