To celebrate the arrival of spring and the passing of winter, an exciting festival takes place in India called "Holi" or "The Festival of Colors". You're probably already familiar with Holi because of its most signature ritual - the throwing of colored powder. Each year, always the day after the full moon in March, Holi is celebrated by Hindus throughout India and other countries while the largest Festival of Colors in the U.S. takes place in Spanish Fork, Utah at the Sri Sri Radha Krishna Temple. Every two hours, revelers got to experience countdowns and color throws. Make sure to watch the video, below, to feel the excitement surrounding the countdowns.