Holi, one of the most important Hindu festivals, is a lively fiesta that is frequently associated with India. Its amongst the important festival of Hindus, other being Diwali and Rakshabandhan. Holi celebrates the spirit of life which is happiness and merriment. This festival is about letting go whatever has happened and enjoy life together with friends and family. Liveliness of spring season takes its heights, when colors and flowers swathe the courtyards and streets throughout the country.
Usually people play pranks on this festival just to color each other. The excitement is best seen in the youngsters, who go around the streets in groups and have fun by colors. Color spray, traditional dances and, delicious food and sweets are the main attractions of Holi. Linked to Radha-Krishna, Holi is also observed by worshipping and other rituals. So, come and experience Holi - the festival of colors, merriment and happiness in its aboriginal land.
Holi 2018 - Friday, March 2
Holi 2019 - Thursday, March 21
Holi 2020 - Tuesday, March 10