Five great places to celebrate Holi gateway in India!

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Holi is almost here and this year it comes with long weekend. So going out is a good idea.

This year celebrate holi in a different way, Plan something exciting for you and your family. Refresh old memories with childhood friends and cousins or going out with family.

Here we bring five great places in India where you could celebrate this festival of joy and happiness with your loved ones.

Mathura & Vrindavan

These are the most beloved destination for everyone who really wanna see and enjoy bestest Holi celebrations. It is said that the tradition of playing with colors on Holi originated from Radha and Krishna Rasleela. In Mathura lord was born whereas, he spent his childhood. Holi is celebrated at grand level and people come here from across the world to celebrate this festival of love and colors.

AnandPur Sahib, Punjab

Sikhs do celebrate this Hindu festival in their own way with great enthusiasm and charisma. However, they rejoice a day after Holi. Three day festival called Hola Mohalla was first  organised by Guru Gobind Singh ji.

Jaipur or Udaipur Rajasthan

If you are planning to cleberate holi in a royal, rajasthani style than these two are perfect destination for you. Here you will see great holika dehan at the City Palace in Udaipur on the first day Holi i.e. Holika dehan and following this celebrations continues on second day with essence of colorful traditions.


Goa is known for beaches, shores and booze, if you are in mood to rejoice this Holi in a hippy style so go goa. Its beach parties are just fantastic in its own way. Apart from this here Holi is known as Shigmostav, which showcases cultural dramas, traditions and much more.


Celebrate Holi in Bollywood style with full on swag and tashion. It is one of the places, where people enjoy with zeal and eagerness. From kids to oldies everyone actively participate in the festival. As its holi, numbers of parties and events are around the corner for everyone.  At every street you get something different.

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