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5 Best Place To Celebrate Holi in India 2021 - The Wanderer India

Updated: Mar 13



The Holi festival in India marks the victory of good about evil. It is known as the "Festival of Colors" and is celebrated otherwise in different states of India. This is mainly a Hindu festival, but also popular among non-rural communities. It is considered the day of the dissemination of happiness and love. In some parts of India, it is also celebrated as a thanksgiving for a good harvest, since Holi listens to the arrival of spring after winter.

We are presenting a list of the top 5 places for the best Holi celebration in India.


1 - Mathura


The birthplace of Lord Krishna is the undisputed celebration of the King of Holi in India. The historic city becomes a riot of colour during the festival that comes to life with contagious energy and fervor. The harmless flirtations of men with sticks, which played into the innocent flirtations of men. Relationship between Krishna and Radha The priests shower holy water on the devotees who visit the temples these days. Barsana, Vrindavan, and Nandgaon are the nexus of the Mathura celebrations. Here you will also taste some of the best bhang, traditional milk. Cannabis leaf-based drink.


2 - Royal Holi, Udaipur (The Royal City Palace)


Holi in Udaipur, Rajasthan, is a real event and is celebrated in the greatest path. The real family actively participates in all functions. You can expect a beautiful real experience if you want to celebrate in Udaipur Holi. The festival will be for two. Days of Holika Dahan, known as Mewar Holika Dahan. It takes place on the grounds of the city's palace. King Mewar and his family honour the opportunity with his presence. The festival starts with King Lighting Holis Pire.

3 - Lathmar Holi, Barsana and Nandgaon

Lathmar Holi is known for its unique way of celebrating, which begins 4-5 days before the celebrations of other states. The celebration takes place in the cities of Mathura, Uttar Pradesh in Nandgaon, and Barsana. The natives of the city have a special tradition, Holi plays with sticks along with the colours.

4 - Delhi


The capital of India is sprinkled in all colours of all colours, like the young and old panties (literally) in celebration of the festival (quite literally). - And before you know it, you are with Goulaal head to Toe. Rue in the city's party culture, there are various parties hosted by Delhi, Premium Bashes, gourmet foods, and alcohol, with no fancy options. The music of the Bishywood party echoes from all corners of the city, so you get ready to start with your favourite moves.


5 - Holi in South India, Hampi


There is an idea that Holi is not celebrated in the southern states of India. Hampi matters as it is famous for the Holi festival in Karnataka. There are many temples in Hampi where people from all over the world celebrate the Holi festival. In India. Hampi lies on the banks of the Tungabhadra River, is known for the Virupaksha Temple of the 7th century. Here, Holi is celebrated by Holika Dahan for two days and people apply colour from each other and enjoy this festival.

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