Breaking taboo, Hindu widows celebrate festival of colors – The Seattle Times

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Nation & World Originally published March 21, 2016 at 4:24 am Updated March 21, 2016 at 8:19 am By  Biswajeet Banerjee The Associated Press VRINDAVAN, India (AP) — Aruna Samaddar threw fistfuls of colored powder into the air. Blue and red and green, the cheerful colors settled on her white sari and all over other women… Read more »

Breaking taboo, Hindu widows celebrate festival of colors – The Washington Post

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Asia and Pacific By Biswajeet Banerjee | AP March 21 at 7:26 AM VRINDAVAN, India — Aruna Samaddar threw fistfuls of colored powder into the air. Blue and red and green, the cheerful colors settled on her white sari and all over other women nearby. In most of India, widows like Samaddar have no place in this… Read more »

Breaking taboo, Hindu widows celebrate festival of colors

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By ASSOCIATED PRESS PUBLISHED: 11:44 GMT, 21 March 2016 | UPDATED: 11:45 GMT, 21 March 2016 VRINDAVAN, India (AP) — Aruna Samaddar threw fistfuls of colored powder into the air. Blue and red and green, the cheerful colors settled on her white sari and all over other women nearby. In most of India, widows like Samaddar have no place in… Read more »

Breaking taboo, Hindu widows celebrate festival of colors

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Biswajeet Banerjee, Associated Press, Vrindavan, India | World | Mon, March 21 2016, 6:27 PM Aruna Samaddar threw fistfuls of colored powder into the air. Blue and red and green, the cheerful colors settled on her white sari and all over other women nearby. In most of India, widows like Samaddar have no place in… Read more »

The joyful celebration of Holi, the Hindu festival of colors, is forbidden for widows in much of India, but not in Vrindavan

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By BISWAJEET BANERJEE  Associated Press March 21, 2016 – 7:22 am EDT VRINDAVAN, India — Aruna Samaddar threw fistfuls of colored powder into the air. Blue and red and green, the cheerful colors settled on her white sari and all over other women nearby. In most of India, widows like Samaddar have no place in this… Read more »

Vrindavan widows participate in Holi celebrations at ancient temple

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By IANS |Monday, March 21, 2016 – 16:10 Vrindavan: In a marked departure from age-old traditions, over a thousand widows played Holi at an ancient Vrindavan temple on Monday. Amid blowing of conch shells and showering of flower petals and dry colour powders, these widows participated in the Holi celebrations at the ancient Gopinath temple, dedicated to… Read more »

For a change, roses, gulal fill Vrindavan widows’ lives

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IANS | Vrindavan | 21 March, 2016   In a marked departure from age-old traditions, over a thousand widows played Holi at an ancient Vrindavan temple on Monday. Amid blowing of conch shells and showering of flower petals and dry colour powders, these widows participated in the Holi celebrations at the ancient Gopinath temple, dedicated… Read more »