Its that time of year again when the University of Maryland's Hindu Students Council holds its annual Holi Celebration!!! It will be held on on Saturday April 9th from 12-3pm at the lower end of McKeldin Mall (towards the Administration Building). Holi, reflective of the diversity and rich mythology of Hinduism, has multiple significances to the Hindu people. It celebrates the coming of spring and the hope for a good harvest; it exemplifies the devotion of the young Prahlad to Lord Vishnu; it celebrates the joyous relationship between Krishna and Radha. Holi culturally represents the triumph of good over evil, and serves to highlight honesty and virtue. Hindus all over the world gather together to celebrate this bright, vivid holiday and UMD is no exception! We will be having FREE FOOD and a LIVE DJ in addition to the beautiful colors (non-toxic) and water that you can wonderfully throw at your dearest, most loved friends! GET THERE EARLY to make sure you have your share of fun!!