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Happy Holi


It’s no secret that at Sage x Clare we love colour! If there was ever a festival that speaks right to our colour-loving hearts, it’s Holi – the Hindu Festival of Colour. This was celebrated with frivolity over the weekend and I’m a little bit envious I wasn’t in India this year to partake! Merrymakers…
Happy Holi

Holi1Holi3Holi4People release coloured smoke as they take part in "kapda phaar" (cloth tearing) Holi, as part of Holi, the Festival of Colours, celebrations in PushkarIndia HoliHoli10Holi13Hindu devotees take part in the religious festival of Holi in Nandgaon

It’s no secret that at Sage x Clare we love colour! If there was ever a festival that speaks right to our colour-loving hearts, it’s Holi – the Hindu Festival of Colour. This was celebrated with frivolity over the weekend and I’m a little bit envious I wasn’t in India this year to partake!

Merrymakers traditionally throw bright coloured powders at friends and strangers alike as they celebrate the arrival of spring, the victory of good over evil, commemorate Krishna’s pranks, and allow each other a moment of pure freedom—a chance to drop their inhibitions and simply play and laugh, forgive and forget, and repair broken relationships… All things we at Sage x Clare believe are worth rejoicing!

So happy Holi wanderers! May you find your own small way to celebrate xx

Images via The Atlantic

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