You must have celebrated the festival of Holi in your city for many years, but have ever experienced Holi in another city? If you are one of those people who love to travel, you can see on this Holi festival how Holi is celebrated in different cities of India. So why not get ready to travel in Holi.

In these 5 cities of India, this festival of colors is celebrated differently and with great pomp.

Udaipur
To celebrate Holi in a royal style, you must definitely experience the Holi of Udaipur once. This festival is the royal festival here and it also involves the participation of the royal family. The festivities begin with Holika Dahan, when the local Maharaja lights a ceremonial bonfire in the royal palace courtyard, followed by a royal procession from Shambhu Niwas Palace to Manek Chowk Shahi Niwas. It ends with lots of firecrackers.

Agra
The festival of Holi is celebrated with great vigor and enthusiasm, and brings forth all the colorful opportunities for the visitors to indulge in it. People gather together to celebrate the occasion, enjoy a glass of cannabis, dance, party, sweets and so on.

Vrindavan
The celebration of Holi in Mathura and Vrindavan is significant because Lord Krishna grew up here and spent most of his early life here. Holi festival in Vrindavan is one such occasion that attracts a large influx of Vaishnavites. The Holi celebrations at the famous Banke-Bihari Temple are a spectacular sight to behold, continuing for a week of fun, starting with a flower ki Holi or flower splatter, and ending with a lot of fun, the festival of colours.

Mathura
There is more than one reason to celebrate Holi in Mathura. Mathura is known for being the birthplace of Lord Krishna, it is the most sought after destination especially during Holi. During this time, temples in Mathura host elaborate events to celebrate the festival, while some are considered India’s grandest event.

Pushkar
Pushkar celebrates the occasion of Holi with great enthusiasm and fervor. On the eve of Holi, the Holi celebrations here begin with the traditional Holika. Visitors can also watch Holika Dahan here and be a part of it. Then after that, the next morning the atmosphere turns into a play of colours, turning the city into a colorful paradise.

SOURCEhttps://navbharattimes.indiatimes.com/
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