A new study has revealed that "color" of the central object in an advertisement plays a significant role in communicating the message in as little as a tenth of a second, when exposure is blurred and lacks visual detail.
It was a riot of colours as revellers on Wednesday thronged streets and by-lanes to celebrate Holi with security force personnel along the borders and in Kashmir no less enthusiastic in applying `gulal` and exchanging sweets.
Holi without colours is meaningless but with some harmful colours doing the round, your beauty is in danger. The chemicals present in the colours damage your skin and hair. You may also develop rashes and allergy. And when you try to get rid of the colours, the skin is affected.
Holi can be fun by using environment friendly natural colours. These are not only cheap but can also be made easily at home. Explore the fascinating world of natural colours. By using these safe, natural colours we are not only saving our skins but are also helping to save our environment and conserve our biodiversity.
If there is one word that you ask me that defines India, I would answer- colours. Red, yellow, pink, blue, purple, azure, golden. silver, even black- you name it and you’ll get it everywhere and anywhere you look in this country.