Holi Festival India 2021 of Love & Color

New Delhi, India. Start Date: 28/03/2021 End Date: 29/03/2021

Holi Festival India

Do not miss the chance to experience Holi Festival India, a cheerful and colorful celebration bringing thousands of locals and visitors out into the buzzling streets to celebrate the victory of good over evil and the culmination of winter to welcome an abundant spring harvest season.

Holi Festival India

For many, Holi Festival India is a day to meet others to – laugh & play, forget & forgive, and a great opportunity to form new friendships. Leave the past behind looking forward to a happy future. Join the thousands of people on the streets ready to throw – Powder bombs, splash color water, and fire water pistols.

  • Holi Festival India 2021 is on March 229th. 

Holi Festival of colors is a national holiday celebrated throughout India in which festivities vary depending on the city. However, here is a small view of what to experience in Holi New Delhi and Lathmar Holi Barsana:

Holi New Delhi

the capital of India celebrates with supreme vivacity as the diverse Indian traditions and backgrounds living on the different hubs of the city portray their individuality.

The celebration starts on the night before Holi with a bonfire lit in the city’s influential centers, known as Hokika Dahan. After the bonfire, there’s a special ‘Puja‘, which is a ritual where people dance and sing around the fire three times.

The next morning the Holi festival of colors takes place with processions on the city streets, open parks, outside temples and more.

 

people dancing and throwing colored powder at Holi Festival India

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It is a magnificent scenario looking at people singing and dancing along the resonating drums and throwing a rich variety of color powder to each other until everyone becomes unrecognizable. Notice people hug a lot since on this day even enemies become friends.

In addition, a lot of hotels organize private events on site to ensure everyone will join the adrenaline of the Holi festival of colors.

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Lathmar Holi Barsana

The festival takes place one week before Holi Lathmar. It starts with a grand ceremony at the Radha Rani temple. Afterwards the people march outside the temple on the Rangeeli Gali. At this time, the men of the village Nandgaon come to Barsana in hope to play with the town’s girls and raise their flag over the Radha Rani temple.

Instead they are greeted by the Barsana women with sticks, who get beaten all in the spirit of the Holi festival. During the mock battle, thousands of participants (including tourists) get to enjoy the big thrashing of color powder thrown all over the streets.

Charming Holi songs and dancing transforming the site into a one of a kind festivity. Also know most of the participants drink ‘thandai’, a milk beverage laced with a paste called bhang (made from legal cannabis). The reactions very from person to person:

some laugh, cry or crave sweets, so if you want to try it you can find it everywhere in Barsana.

 

Holi Festival India Lathmar Holi Barsana

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8 Essential Holi Festival India Tips

1# Women should not hang out alone; be aware that many participants get intoxicated and can act disrespectful so take this perfect time to meet other adventurers like you.

2# Wear sunglasses or goggles to protect your eyes.

3# Try keeping your mouth shut to prevent color getting inside.

4# Wear old clothes and a hat that you can be thrown away after the festivity.

5# Rub a hair oil like coconut oil on your skin before the festival to avoid the color from absorbing.

6# Buy natural plant-derived colors from local markets and shops such as turmeric, henna, etc.

7# If you are allergic or suffer from asthma it’s better not to play with the synthetic colors.

8# Protect personal belongings such as cameras and cellphones from the colors with plastic bags. If you want to take pics stand on a high place.

Find Color and Love at Holi Festival India

Any friend or stranger, children or elder, will enjoy Holi festival of colors with an open heart. Enjoy the celebration as the intentions are to embrace love and peace.

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