The 9 elements that you should use to give 'color' to your stories

Entrepeneur 03 May 2021 11:47
The 9 elements that you should use to give 'color' to your stories
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A few meters from the Red Fort, one of the main historical monuments of New Delhi, the capital of India, is the Chandni Chowk market. The "Square of the Moonlight", as it is also known, was built in the 17th century by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan and designed by Princess Jahanara, the sovereign's favorite daughter. For more than 300 years, spices, nuts, silver jewelry, saris and traditional Indian sweets have been on the market. And every spring, it is one of the places where Hindus can find the multicolored powders they use for Holi, the festival of colors . During the celebrations (this year it was at the end of March), people throw handfuls of powders and jets of water of many colors such as turmeric yellow, saffron orange, deep red, blue, green, pink and purple. At the end of the day, everyone's body and clothes are completely dyed in multiple colors, resulting from the mixtures of the pigments with which they have been sprayed.

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Princess JahanaraMatt LuckeyRed FortShah JahanNew Delhi
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