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tgblog Feb 23 2018

The Festival of Colours- Holi

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With Holi on its way and your family busy with the Holika Bonfire, it is time to prepare some colored water and collect dry powders so that you can chase all and leave none without getting them drenched in it? Sounds interesting right? It’s such unique and boisterous festival, whose likings can be seen throughout India, though clamorous yet it marks the colorful commemoration of many legendary tales associated with it. India, a diversified country has many traditions and the celebration of Holi varies with each. We bring you these three places in India where this festival is celebrated as an ideal blend of belief and fidelity. Scroll down to see these must- visit- places if you wish to get indulged and feel the joy in this vibrant festival.

1. Barsana- Lathmar Holi

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The Barsana village is located near Mathura in Uttar Pradesh where the festival is celebrated by women hitting men with bamboo sticks when they try to drench the women with colored water. The enjoyment or fun that you would encounter on watching it is going to be astounding.

2. Mathura and Vrindavan

Mathura Holi
Be it both the places; Mathura or Vrindavan where Lord Krishna was born and raised has a remarkable significance in the celebration of Holi. The people here start celebrating this festival on Vasant Panchami itself which is approximately 40 days prior to the start of the festival. It is believed by the locals that this festival was started by Lord Krishna and every temple dedicated to this Hindu deity celebrates it on different days.

3. Jaipur- Elephant Festival

Jaipur
Holi in Jaipur, Rajasthan is a majestic affair with the most popular festival; the Elephant Festival taking place a day before Holi. Here, we can see the elephants leading to on the streets of the city where later they are involved in activities like tug of war and elephant races. This festival draws flocks of tourists from all over the world.

Though these places seem to be far for people living in the south those nearby to this locality, don’t miss out. Thus, this year, celebrate Holi at any of these places and some of which are known to you by booking TicketGoose’s Outstation Taxi.

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