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Best Places to Celebrate Holi Festival Tours in India

Holi is a festival of color and it is the second most favorite festival celebrate after Diwali. Holi was celebrated in the month of falgun which was occurred around the month of March and denotes the sign of the end of winter. This festival denotes the love of Lord Krishna and Radha Ji.

In most places, this festival was celebrated by lots of colors, DJs, and a special drink of holi “Bhang”. 

Come let’s see the Best places to celebrate holi festival tours in India, you will see different ways of playing holi in India, and you will enjoy.

Holi with Stick – Barsana, Uttar Pradesh

Barsana is the birthplace of Lord Krishna and the love place of Radha Krishna.
Holi with Stick is known as Lathmar Holi. In this type of holi women’s beats her husband who comes to tease them. The man was allowed to cover themselves by the shield. This celebration was done in nandgaon for 2 days. First-day women’s beats man by stick and the second day they all play holi with natural colors in the Nandgaon region. Barsana is the best place for the holi tour in India.

Uttar Pradesh

Traditional Holi – Mathura Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh

Vrindavan is a place where Lord Krishna spent his childhood with Radha. And in Vrindavan mostly people play holi in two parts first in the morning with colors and second in half with flowers.

Culture Holi – Shantiniketan, West Bengal

The Celebration of Culture Holi which was known as Basant Utsav in Shantiniketan was started by the famous Bengali poet Rabindranath Tagore and it was celebrated in his  Shantiniketan (Vishva Bharti University, Kolkata). The Celebrate and welcome holi in a cheerful way through dance, chanting hymns, music, and etc. 

The boys and girls dress up in spring colors and Put too many cultural programs for visitors like dance, singing, and dance to Tagore song.

Folk Holi – Purulia, West Bengal

In Purulia District of West Bengal, holi festival celebration was start’s from 3 days prior, The three-day spring festival was called Basant Utsav. You will get to enjoy a variety of unique folk arts. It includes courtier Jhumur, Natua dance, Chhau dance, and song that roam Bang musicians of West Bengal. The villagers organize a festival to help to sustain themselves.

Warrior Holi – Anandpur Sahib, Punjab

Punjab is the best place for the holi festival tour in India. Punjabi is famous for warrior holi. Warrior holi means holi of a warrior, this holi was played in Punjab with full of energy, warrior holi is known as hola mohalla. It is an annual fair which was a way to back in 1701. It was started by Sikh guru Shri Gobind Singh Ji to celebrate holi. Holi is played in diverse ways apart from throwing colors like mock sword fights, martial arts, acrobatic military exercises, turban tying, and wrestling.

Royal Holi – Udaipur, Rajasthan

In the evening of holi, peoples do a bonfire which was called Holika Dahan to mark the occasion and ward off evil spirits. To make unforgettable memories or experience, join the celebration of Mewar Royal Family of Udaipur. In this celebration, you will see the city palace will have a magnificent palace procession from the royal residence to Manek Chowk. In which you will see Bedded Horses and the Royal Band.

Holi and Elephant – Jaipur, Rajasthan

Every year holi festival is celebrated in Jaipur on the eve of holi. In Jaipur past year peoples celebrate holi with elephants every year on holi eve. Like elephant beauty contests, Elephant parades, folk dances, and tusk between elephants, local and foreign are all regular events. 

Holi in Maharastra – Mumbai

In Mumbai, holi was called as Rangpanchami or Shimga. Holi was celebrated at a grand level in Maharastra. In Mumbai, the color fight was done on 5th day of holi. 

They do singing, dancing, merry-making and etc are part of this celebration.

Musical Holi – Delhi

Holi gets an influx of miscreants in Delhi. If you live anywhere around Paharganj, be prepared to be covered in color by shopkeepers and children, if you step outside. If you want to play holi in Delhi, you must enjoy Holi Moo Festival. In this festivity, you will see 40+ Indian and international artists spread over four-stage, Colors, Music and madness. In this festival environment is safe, they will provide non-toxic color, Hampi lassi, Street Food, and Sprinkle to get everyone in the mood. 

Simple Holi – Hampi, Karnataka

As Holi is a predominantly North Indian festival, it is heavily subdued in most places in the south. In South India mainly people focus on religious aspects and temple rites. 

These are the place where you can see the best holi festival tour in India.


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