A colourful festival is set to return to the north-east for another year.
Holi Mela, which drew 900 people to the Ashdale Hall in Westhill last year, will be held on April 28.
The multicultural celebration, laid on by the Indian Association of North East Scotland (INAES), allows people to experience traditional Indian food and a live DJ, and the chance for people to throw powdered colours at each other.
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Children are being encouraged to come along, with those under five years old being allowed in for free.
Packs of colours are available to buy from IANES, with no outside powder allowed to be used.
Colours are easily washed out of clothes and are also biodegradable.