/Very unique is the Holi of these 4 places in the country

Very unique is the Holi of these 4 places in the country

Holi of Mathura-Vrindavan


It is about Holi that the first name comes from Mathura-Vrindavan. Holi Holi and Laththamar Holi are played here. This Holi of Mathura-Vrindavan is famous all over the world. During this time foreign tourists also reach a large number. There is an excitement here during this festival which is celebrated for a week. Laththamar Holi starts about a week before the main festival.

Royal holi of Udaipur


If this time you want to enjoy the royal holi, then you can go to Udaipur. The royal holi of Udaipur is quite famous. Here Holi is celebrated in a special way. This is called the royal holi. Holi is celebrated Holi in a royal way. During this, royal procession is taken from the royal residence to Mane Chowk at City Palace. The procession includes decorated horses, elephants. The royal band plays the melody with the procession. Holi is celebrated here with great Rajasthani song and music.

 Holi of Anandpur Sahib


Anandpur Sahib will definitely reach the Punjabis to enjoy Holi. The color of Punjab is very different in Holi. The Holi, which was played in Anandpur Sahib, was started in 1701 as the Hola-Mohalla festival. In this festival people of the Sikh community show many feats with wrestling, martial arts and swords. This year, this festival will last from March 20 to 24.


Holi of Shanti Niketan


To see a different color of Holi, go to the holy city of Shanti Niketan in Holi. In the cultural and traditional style of Shanti Niketan, Holi is played in Gulam and Abir. This year’s program will start from March 20. In West Bengal Holi is celebrated as a spring festival. It was started by renowned Bengali poet and Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore. In Holi played in Shantiniketan, the students here organize many unique cultural events for the visiting tourists. During this, color and gulal are also put on the people. This festival has a special significance in Bengal culture.

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