India is a beautiful country. Where you can see various colours of happiness. India celebrates various festival in one year. Holi is one of these Indian festivals. Holi is a festival of colours. In Holi, every people of India forget our anger of relation and let's celebrate Holi. Holi is a festival of happiness. Every people has happily celebrated this festival with family member and friends. All over the India celebrate Holi. But few places are famous for his different Holi because these places are celebrating Holi in different ways. If the tourist wants to celebrate this festival of colour then they come to India and celebrate with us. Book your golden triangle tour packages for celebrating Holi in India with full of excitement. Your Holi destination depends on your mood which kind of you want to celebrate your Holi because in every destination Holi is celebrated in different types. In India, we can see various types of Holi likes - Lathmar Holi, Khadi Holi, Hola Mohalla, Basant Utsav and Dol Jatra, Shigmo, Manjal Kuli, Phaguwa, Phakuwah. Mathura, Uttar Pradesh This is known as Lord Krishna, Mathura, the birth place of Lord Krishna. Mathura is a very religious place when you can feel very relax your body and refresh your mind with positive vibes. Mathura is one of the best places to celebrate Holi in India. people playing colours on Holi originated from the play of Radha and Krishna. Mathura Holi is famous in all over the world. A colourful and musical procession takes place from the temples to river ghats then to the Holi Gate. Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh This is one of the favourite places among travellers across India. All over the media journalists come to here for the photograph of Holi in India. Vrindavan’s Banke Bihari Temple’s is the best place to celebrate Holi in Vrindavan with tales of Radha-Krishna. Here you will celebrate Holi with traditional and natural flowers. A month ago Holi is started here to celebrate where all over the wold visitors are comes here to celebrate Holi. Flowers Holi the name Phoolon wali Holi (Flowers’ Holi). Barsana, Uttar Pradesh Barsana celebrates Holi in a very interesting and unique way. Barsana Holi is popular in India within a funny way. Barasana women beat her man from Nandgaon with sticks And this is known as Lath mar Holi. Barsana was the home of Radha where Lord Krishna teased the ladies and they reacted with friendly banter. Here you will also taste Thandai, sweet, and celebrate Holi with natural colours and spiritual song. These all song are related to Radha and Krishna. Here visitors have to arrive a week ago to celebrate Holi. Delhi Delhi is the capital city of India. This city is not far to celebrate Holi with extra excitement. Delhi is the best place to celebrate Holi with modernity. Here you can celebrate Holi with Bollywood music. Visitors enjoy Holi with amazing parties, music, DJs, dance, Bhang etc. Party with non-toxic colours, street food, drinks, and sprinklers. Lots of events are organised here to celebrate Holi festival. The Holi Moo Festival is one of the popular events. Jaipur, Rajasthan In Jaipur, Holi is celebrated in a royal festival. Markets or roads are full of colours. Every people hand are full with colours. This is celebrated when people ignore and forget the hates and celebrate Holi with love. In Jaipur, Holi is famous for because Holi is celebrated with the elephant festival. Elephant parades, elephant beauty contests, folk dances, and the tug-of-war between elephants, were the popular lures. There is also celebrate a bunch of Holi event in many places that are best to celebrate Holi with modernity way. Mumbai, Maharashtra Amchi Mumbai is popular for Holi celebration in India. here celebrates the Holi festival with the equal dose of modern fun. Every year during Holi, ‘matki phod’ event is celebrated. Here every people are celebrating holi with new excitement and enthusiasm. A huge number of people with young boys, gather in the streets to conquer these pots. These groups make a pyramid for conquering the pot. Holi is celebrated with Bollywood music, dance, food and extraordinary fun.