Holi festival is celebrated with great pomp in the country. The festival of colors brings lots of happiness for everyone. This year the festival will be celebrated on 8 March. This festival is celebrated in different ways across the country. If you are also planning a trip on Holi, then you can visit some special places of the country. Let’s know…
1. Mathura- Vrindavan
Holi of Mathura-Vrindavan is famous all over the world. Here Holi is played with flowers and the festival of colors is celebrated for a whole week. You can enjoy food and drink along with celebrating this festival here.
Lathmar Holi of Barsana is famous all over the world. Holi here is considered a symbol of the love of Radha-Krishna. Every year people from India and abroad come here to celebrate Holi. This festival is celebrated for three days in Barsana.
If you want to celebrate Holi in royal style, then you can head to Udaipur. The festival of Holi is the center of attraction here. If you want to make Holi memorable, then you can go to Udaipur.
This festival is also celebrated with great pomp in South India. Yes, Holi of Hampi in Karnataka is famous all over the world. Every year tourists from India and abroad come to see Holi here.
Indore’s Rangpanchami is famous in the world. Tourists from far and wide come here to enjoy this festival. This Holi is also called the Holi of the Gods. This festival is celebrated five days after Holi. There is also a tradition of taking out processions on this day in some places.
6. West Bengal
The festival of colors is celebrated as a festival in Shanti Niketan, West Bengal. Holi of flowers is also played here with colours. The view here attracts people from all over the country and abroad.
The festival of Holi is celebrated with great pomp in Pushkar. Here tourists from country and abroad participate during the festival. If you want to see the unique celebration of Holi, then you can go to Pushkar.