The North America Telugu Association organized a Holi festival at Dixon Landing Park in Milpitas, Calif. Mar. 7.

The event, which kicked off at 11:30 a.m., attracted a large gathering from around the San Francisco Bay Area. Families from Milpitas, Fremont and San Jose attended the annual Holi festival.

NATA organized the Holi festival for the third year in a row, said its regional coordinator Raghu Reddy Kaki.

Under his leadership, NATA has been very active in other social and cultural activities, including celebrations of Diwali, New Year and the Bathukamma festival.

Holi colors were provided on the occasion, and delicious food was served to the attendees.

Families also participated in volleyball, cricket and other games.

Children and adults alike enjoyed the colorful event, which went on until 5 p.m.

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