Holi is one of the most celebrated festivals in India. Here are some places in India you can visit during Holi...
Holi in Vrindavan is one of the awaited festival in entire India. Known as the playland of Lord Krishna, vrindavan attracts huge crowds especially Vaishnavas in the major festival
In Holi, Mathura, the birthplace of Lord Krishna is glorified with vivid colours. Holi is celebrated in Mathura with ardour and the streets looks spectacular during this time.
Lathmar Holi is a special event which is celebrated in the sub-urban areas of Mathura. In this special festive event of Barsana, men protect themselves from the playful beatings of women.
Bathed in excitement the people in Pushkar in Rajasthan make an overwhelming view of the holy town with vigor and spirit. The 'Lassi' and 'Thandai' uplifts the festive mood of the people.
Men and women in Agra are passionate about playing Holi. They engross themselves in the cloud of colors, gulping glasses of Bhang and offering sweets to each other.
The gushes of 'Gulal' in the Pink city embraces delightful sights when the entire city transforms into a rainbow. Radha Krishna is offered marigold garlands in the Govind Deviji temple.
Holi in Shantiniken symbolizes elegance and beauty of the Bongs showered in abir. Here, the ardent beauty of the springs rises from the palash and krishnachura flowers.
Thanks for reading the story! These are some of the popular places to visit in India during Holi.