Holi is one of the most popular festivals in India, celebrated with much joy and fervor across the country.
We will take you through places in India that you must visit during Holi.
Mathura and Vrindavan
Mathura and Vrindavan are the birthplaces of Lord Krishna, and Holi is celebrated here with great enthusiasm. he Banke Bihari temple in Vrindavan is especially famous for its Holi celebrations.
Barsana, a small town near Mathura, is known for its unique Holi celebrations. Here, women playfully beat men with sticks, in a ritual called Lathmar Holi.
The city comes alive with colors and music, and you can witness traditional Rajasthani dances and folk music performances.
The festival is known as Basanta Utsav here, and students of the Visva Bharati University put up cultural programs and folk dances.
Pushkar, a holy town in Rajasthan, is famous for its camel fair, but it's also a great place to celebrate Holi.
Varanasi, the spiritual capital of India, is a great place to witness the spiritual side of Holi. People gather at the ghats of the river Ganges to perform puja and offer prayers.
These are just some of the many places in India where you can celebrate Holi. No matter where you go, you're sure to have a colorful and joyful experience. So pack your bags, get ready to get drenched in colors, and enjoy the festivities!
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