Festival looks like a blurred, colourful reflection of the surface of a body of water. Meticulous allover embroidery creates a feast of colours, combined with gorgeous textile artistry. The pattern has a sketched appearance, taking on a life of its own every time the fabric moves.egt.
On the eve of Holi, a festival celebrated in India and Nepal, festive bonfires are lit. The colourful spectacle begins on the last full moon day of the lunar month of Phalguna, according to the Hindi calendar, which falls in either February or March and lasts for ten days. During this celebration of colour and spring, which is one of India’s oldest festivals, all boundaries seem to disappear. People exuberantly sprinkle and spray themselves with water and coloured powder.