Holi in Vrindavan- Although there are many places in our country where Holi is celebrated with great fervor, Vrindavan is immensely popular for its wild yet colorful celebrations. The colorful streets of Brijdisplay crazy events involving colors, canons of water, sticks, and shields that attract people from across the world during this time of the year. Vrindavan is immersed in colors for 40 days during this time of the year. Capture the major Holi celebration happening this year in Vrindavan (Holi in Vrindavan).
Vrindavan is immersed in colors for 40 days during this time of the year. Capture the major Holi events happening this year at Holi in Vrindavan:
Barsane ki Holi
Vrindavan’s Holi celebration is popular for this bizarre event, Lathmar Holi, where women chase men and beat them up with sticks. Barsana and Nandgaon follow this custom of fun-filled beatings. This event attracts participants in large numbers and takes place usually a week before the actual Holi.
Banke Bihari temple- Holi in Vrindavan
The Banke-Bihari Temple hosts a seven-day long colorful celebration. The Bihariji’s idol is dressed up in white-colored clothes and devotees from all over the world visit this temple to celebrate Holi. The temple priests’ showers colors and holy water on the devotees.
Holi in Vrindavan- Holi celebration happening this year in Vrindavan
Phool walon Ki Holi
Have you ever played Holi with flowers? This form of Holi celebration takes place at the Banke Bihari temple at Vrindavan.
The gates of the temple open at 4 PM and the priests showers colorful petals on the devotees. The whole event lasts only for 30 mins. Flowers’s Holi will be celebrated on 10 March this year.
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Widows always lead a difficult life since after the death of their husbands they never played Holi and wore white clothes. But for a few years the widow of Pagal Baba Widow Ashram decided to break this rule and they play Holi with colors. This year, it will be celebrated on 10 March in 2020.
Holi celebration in Vrindavan
Dwarkadheesh Temple, Mathura
On the actual day of “Holi”, Dwarkadheesh temple celebrates Holi where the festivities start at 10 AM. It is good to go early and experience a unique kind of holi. You may also have a glass of Bhang thandai.
You can’t see the Holi celebration anywhere in India except the celebration of Holi in Vrindavan.