Thousands of people in India have been taking part in a special festival called Holi to celebrate the start of spring.
It's also known as the festival of colours as one of the main traditions involves everyone throwing coloured paints at each other.
In the days before the festival, everyone heads to the shops to buy water pistols, called pitchkari, and bags of coloured dyes, called gulal.
There are loads of different styles of water pistols for sale, from ones shaped like big plungers to hi-tech backpacks.
Everyone grabs handfuls of the coloured dye from big bags and mixes it with water so they can fill their water pistols.......
Then it's time to soak all their friends. What a mess!
And it's not just paint, there mud-fighting too. Looks like fun!
But luckily there's loads of water being thrown about too to help wash it off
These kids hiding on the roof look like they're ready for mischief!
Traditionally, people rub the coloured powders onto each others faces to wish each other a happy Holi - but kids find using the water pistols much more fun!
This man was left with a really multi-coloured face after greeting family and friends.
And look at the state of Adam! He's had a fantastic time filming the festival for Newsround and you can watch his report on Newsround on Tuesday.