Huranga is a tradition dated back to more than 500 years, celebrated in the small town of Baldeo in India . Once a year during Holiday time  people play this game at Dauji temple. Women  playfully tear off the mens shirts and beat them up with strips of their own clothes, in the temple courtyard. Men retaliate drenching women with buckets of liquid colours. After some hours the temple is awash with coloured water. This set of  images  looks like  dreamy renaissance paintings.

Baldeo, India 2016 


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