Holi Festival

Holi festival marks the triumph of good over evil in full colours. In this festival, everyone colours each other with colourful powders and rejoices with music, dance and more! Holi in India is a beautiful festival that is celebrated across the country with great fervour. Different variations of the Holi festival can be seen across the country! Let’s see where you can experience the festival of colours in full vigour.

Pushkar, Rajasthan

Pushkar, a hippie land in Rajasthan, celebrates Holi festival like no other. From the many ghats to its temple, the town gets coloured in shades of every colour possible!

Barsana’s ‘Laththmaar Holi’, where women literally hit men with a long heavy stick! It is a popular Holi in India that you must see at least once in your life!

Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh

In Vrindavan’s Holi, you can see the art of ‘matki phod’! The city is the birthplace of Lord Krishna and celebrates the Holi festival with colours and fl

Shantiniketan, West Bengal

Shantiniketan celebrates Holi in memory of Rabindranath Tagore. They call it the Basant Utsav, and people dress up in yellow to sing, dance, and throw colours!

Mumbai, Maharashtra

Mumbai, Maharashtra

Mumbai is a place where every corner is brightly coloured during the Holi festival. From house parties to celebrations in party plots and concerts, Mumbai is the perfect place to celebrate Holi in India.