Holi: More than just the festival of colours

What is so holy about the Hindu Festival of Holi? Register Now

About this event

Date: 26 March 2021
Location: This event will be delivered virtually.
Time: 14:00 - 15:00
Price: Free
Telephone: Please email
Email: events@lsbu.ac.uk
Organiser: Equinet, LSBU's Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic and Allies Network

Equinet, LSBU's Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic and Allies Network, to host this interactive session with the National Hindu Students Forum - to explore what is so holy about the Hindu Festival of Holi?

Holi is perceived as the festival of colours and a day where colours are thrown around. Still, there is a significant symbolism represented within this festival's roots that goes beyond just colours. Find out what makes Holi one of the significant festivals of the Hindu calendar and have your myths de-busted and questions answered.

Join us as our guest speaker Kishan Patel, LSBU Alumni and Public Relations at the National Hindu Students Forum (UK), will guide you through why Holi is more than just the festival of colours.

There will be an opportunity to ask questions, share thoughts & comments and network during what will be an interactive, engaging & insightful hour. The event will be delivered virtually using Zoom. You will be sent the joining instructions the day before the event takes place.

The event will be delivered virtually using Zoom Pro. The event will be interactive so you are welcome to turn your cameras & microphones on during the discussion.

You will be sent the joining instructions on the day before the event takes place.