One of the most important parts of the celebration of Holi, a Hindu holiday celebrated internationally, is the color. Revelers throw hundreds of varieties of the powder, called gulal, and most of it comes from the city of Hathras, India. We go inside Radha Kishan Color World to see how it churns out 600 pounds of gulal a day.
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