Spring has always been associated with the idea of rebirth and rejuvenation. Why not when it is the turning point of the season? The wrath of winter is finally over and the signs of life forms begin to appear.
Animals are out of their hibernation and we out of our sweaters to celebrate. The temperature begins to soften up too and once again, we see buds of flowers and leaves springing out.
The first day of spring around the world in the northern hemisphere is observed between 19th March and 21st March which is called the Vernal Equinox. It is that day of the year when the Sun crosses the celestial equator and move towards the north. During this time, the days and nights are of equal duration i.e. 12 hours each.
Here is a list of spring festivals around the world for you to take a spring break to any of these countries and experience the local traditions
The festival of colors needs no introduction. Originally a Hindu tradition, Holi is already one of the famous spring festivals around the world. A fanfare of fun and frolic, it is celebrated by putting herbal colors on each other’s face and splashing water on your friends…