Holi is a festival of Hindus played in the month of March largely in India, Nepal and some parts of world, essentially where Indians are immigrants. People celebrate the arrival of spring and victory of good over evil. On the Holi eve, people lit bonfire for religious rituals and pray god to destroy their unpleasant thoughts and hatred instilled in their heart now and forever. The next morning, this religious, cultural and spring festival is celebrated using colored powder, called gulal in Hindi. In this celebration of love and colors, people color each other, drench each other in open streets, gardens and outside homes, as well as share special, regional delicacies, food and drinks.