Heat hits Holi

Heat hits Holi
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Drought conditions, soaring sun and heat waves in the district showed a big impact on the festival of colours, Holi on Wednesday. Non-availability of water also made several people to limit themselves to natural colours, instead of chemical mixed ones. People cutting across age groups enjoyed the festival and greeted each other by applying colours to each other. 

Karimnagar: Drought conditions, soaring sun and heat waves in the district showed a big impact on the festival of colours, Holi on Wednesday. Non-availability of water also made several people to limit themselves to natural colours, instead of chemical mixed ones. People cutting across age groups enjoyed the festival and greeted each other by applying colours to each other.

But they, even youth, have to cut short their enjoyment due to extreme heat. Water bodies like rivers, village tanks, rivulets, agricultural wells etc were all almost dried up due to prolonged dry spell. Majority of the people of Karimnagar town used to take bath in Lower Manair Dam, which now totally dry.

On the other hand, district top officials including district judge Nagamaruthi Sarma, District Collector Neetu Kumari Prasad, Superintendent of Police D Joel Davis, OSD L Subba Raidu celebrated holi. SP, OSD and other officials greeted District Collector and Judge at their residences and applied colours to them.

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