Holi is a festival of colours, happiness and sweets. It is a spring festival and this signifies the victory of good over evil. On this day, people forget the sadness and spread love.
Some of the best places to celebrate Holi in India are given below.
Visit and spread colours and love..
1. Barsana – Lathmar Holi
This type of Holi is extremely famous and celebrated by the woman of Barsana. It shows that not always Indian men rules! During this woman of Barsana village which is near Mathura beat men of Nandgaon village with sticks and this celebration is known as Lathmar Holi celebrations.
2. Mathura and Vrindavan Traditional Holi
Mathura, place where Chitchor Krishna, was born and Mathura, where Lord Krishna spend his childhood. In both the places, Holi is celebrated with colours and flowers. It has to be noted, that Holi celebrations start 40 days before the Holi day. On this day, Mathura and Vrindavan is flocked with visitors.
3. Shantiniketan, West Bengal
The celebration of Holi as Basanta Ustav (Spring Festival) in Shantiniketan and this was founded by the famous poet and Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore. On this day, students dress up in the traditional wear and a huge cultural programme takes place, which includes dance on the Tagore’s songs.
4. Holi in Anandpur Sahib – Hola Mohalla
Experience the Holi in the Sikh way at the Anandpur Sahib, which is foundation of Sikhism.
5. Udaipur : Royal Holi
On the evening of Holi,(12 March,2017) people light the bonfires and it is known as Holika Dahan. It is marks the victory of good over evil and for the unforgettable experience, join the royal mewar family for this ritual and celebrate with splendour.