Delhi is all decked up with vibrant hues and gleeful revellers in and around the city. The youth was engrossed in celebrations at markets, school and colleges, and the markets were bustling with the sale of pichkaris, colours gujiyas and all things Holi.
The festival has also been the bread and butter to several people as they are able to earn some amount of money.
On Holika Dahan, people gathered for rituals, marking the start of the festival and the advent of Spring.
Holi is also significant in other ways as it marks the end of winter and the blossoming of the flora. It is also the celebration of the victory of good over evil, as per Hinduism.
Residential societies and other departments organised Holi parties and school and college students celebrated in their own ways.
Meanwhile, corporate offices organised cultural programmes, along with food fests, for their employees.
In every corner of the city, residents were seen celebrating Holi, cooking delicacies like Gujiya, Dahi Bhalla, Thandai and Malpua.
Here is how the city is celebrating Holi: