Travel Tips: If you want to make Holi special then plan to visit these 5 places!


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The month of Phalgun has started and now everyone is eagerly waiting for the festival of Holi (Holi 2024). Holi, the festival of colors, is one of the biggest and most important festivals in the Hindu religion. It is celebrated with great pomp throughout the country. Every year the festival of Holi is celebrated on the full moon day of Phalgun month. This year this colorful festival will be celebrated on 25th March. While the entire country celebrates this festival, there are some places in India where Holi is celebrated with great enthusiasm. The scene of Holi is different in these cities.

If you also want to celebrate Holi in a memorable way this year, then you can visit these famous cities of the country, which are known for their spectacular Holi celebrations. Let us know about the famous cities of the country where Holi is played with enthusiasm:


Vrindavan, the city of Lord Krishna, is famous all over the world for its grand Holi festival. Vrindavan is an ideal place to celebrate the festival of colors. The city is known for "Holi of Flowers" and its main festival is organized at Banke Bihari Temple.


Mathura, the birthplace of Lord Krishna, is also famous for its Holi festival. Here, children dressed as Lord Krishna and Radha celebrate the festival with colors at the Dwarkadhish temple. Mathura is also one of the best places in India to celebrate Holi.


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If you want to make your Holi memorable then you can go to Udaipur, the city of lakes. On the day of Holi, the city and its streets are drenched in different colors, which adds an extra charm to the celebration of the festival.


The city of Radha Rani is also very famous for its Holi festival. The city is known for its famous "Lathmar Holi", where men are beaten with sticks by women on the day of Holi.


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The ancient city of Pushkar is an ideal place to visit during Holi. The city attracts national and international tourists and hosts many popular festivals during Holi, where people immerse themselves in colors.