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Holi Celebrations in India

Holi – “Festival of Colours”

The colorful festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm in India. In 2022 Holi is celebrated on the date 18th March. March is filled with a celebration of events in India and one of them is Holi. The festival is also celebrated to memorialize the love story of Krishna and Radha in various parts of India. The festival also signifies good over evil. This religious festival is also popular outside of India. The festival is started a day ahead of Holi with Holika Dahan in the evening. Here are the perfect destinations for the Holi celebrations in India, Holi celebrations dates in Vrindavan, Mathura & Barsana. Accommodation facilities with online booking are also available at the given destinations below which you can book only at YatraDham.Org!

Holi Celebration Dates 2022 in Vrindavan, Mathura & Barsana

Days Date Time Location Festival
Day 1 11th March 2022 Barsana Laddoo Holi
Day 2 12th March 2022 4:30 pm -5:00 pm Barsana Lathmar Holi
Day 3 13th March 2022 4:30 pm -5:00 pm NandGaon Lathmar Holi
Day 4 14th March 2023 04:00 Vrindavan Phoolonwali Holi in Banke Bihari Temple
Day 5 15th March 2022 12:00 Gokul Chhadi Mar Holi
Day 6 16th March 2022 Noon Vrindavan Widow’s Holi at Gopinath Temple
Day 7 17th March 2022 8:06 pm – 8:16 pm Mathura Holika Dahan at Holi Gate
Day 8 18th March 2022 Mathura Holi
Day 9 19th March 2022 12:30 pm – 4:00 pm Baldeo Huranga Holi

 

1. Banke Bihari Temple

vrindavan holi

“Phoolon Wali Holi “ is celebrated in the city where the temple priests throw flowers at the devotees. Holi is celebrated with great enjoyment in Vrindavan. On 18th March 2022 “Phoolon Wali Holi” will be celebrated at the Banke Bihari Temple. A huge procession of people attends this festival to enjoy different colors and dance to the tunes of musicians.

Celebrate Holi in Vrindavan

2. Barsana

Barsana holi

Here the famous Lathmar Holi is celebrated. Lathmar Holi is associated with the love of Radha-Krishna. Lord Krishna used to come to play Holi with Radha in Barsana with his friends. Elder women, not liking it used to chase them away with lathis. At present when men shower colors on women and they are chased away by the women with a rain of lathis. Lathmar Holi in Barsana usually starts a week ahead of Holi celebrations. This year in 2022 Lathmar Holi will start from the date 11th March 2022.

Celebrate Holi in Barsana

3. Govind Devji Temple, Jaipur

Jaipur Holi

Holi with flowers is celebrated with great joy in the temple of Adidev Govind Devji in Jaipur. Holi is played with red and yellow petals. Here you can experience a pleasing confluence of dance and music.

Celebrate Holi in Jaipur

4. Pushkar

Pushkar Holi

Pushkar Holi Fest- Pushkar would be a perfect destination to celebrate Holi. Tourists from all over the world visit Pushkar for Holi celebrations. Pushkar Holi is one of the biggest events celebrated in Pushkar. A perfect place for your Holi party. Here you can find “special lassi’, “bhaang stalls”. You will be having memories for a lifetime after celebrating Holi in Pushkar.

Celebrate Holi in Pushkar

Significance of Holi

Holi – Why is Holi Celebrated, About Holi Festival

Holi has a huge cultural significance, a day when people forget and forgive each other. A celebration of the victory of good over evil. Celebrate this Holi with your friends, family, and YatraDham! 🙂

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