Is it legal to get high on bhang in India?

Growing marijuana is illegal and punishable by up to 10 years in prison, but harvesting the leaves that grow by themselves in the wild is allowed
The Wall Street Journal (US)
Friday, March, 6, 2015

For centuries bhang – which is a paste created by grinding cannabis leaves – has been mixed in milk, laddoos or pakoras as a special treat with a kick for Holi, the Hindu festival of color and spring. Technically, the cultivation, sale, purchase, transportation and importation of cannabis is usually prohibited in India. Does that mean everyone participating in the bhang revelry on Holi is breaking the law? A close look at India’s federal drug law reveals the huge loopholes that will allow millions to get high on bhang.