Barsana - Holi in Barsana is especially charming in its uniqueness. The preparation of Holi begins days before the main day of the festival, The women of Barsana and Nandgaon villages near Mathura beat up men with sticks, this tradition of beating up the men by women known as Lathmar Holi celebrations. Temples and houses are beautifully decorated and lit up.
Mathura and Vrindavan – Mathura is a place where Lord Krishna was born. It is famous for its Phoolon wali Holi. Being a participant of the Holi celebration at Banke Bihari temple in Vrindavan is also amazing to experience with the throwing of colors in the morning on the day before Holi (Tuesday, 10 March 2020).
Udaipur – On the eve of the day before the Holi festival (09 March 2020) people of Udaipur light big bonfires to burn evil spirits in a ritual called Holika Dahan. It is a royal Holi celebration. Join in the celebration for an unforgettable regal experience.
Jaipur - Elephant parades, elephant beauty contests, folk dances, and the tug-of-war between elephants are some main highlights of the Holi celebration in the pink city of India. It is known as Elephant Holi. Locals and foreigners participate in these events and make Holi festival extra fun!
Anandpur Sahib, Punjab – Experience Holi in a very different style at Anandpur sahib in Punjab. It is known as Hola Mohalla. Apart from throwing color on each other one can expect to see physical agility,
Holi: 10th March 2020
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