Everyone wants Holi or Diwali, every festival is full of happiness. Where there are festivals of folks with friends and hearts. For many people, the Holi festival is so fond of that, to celebrate it. Either, they go for a particular place or hang out with their special ones.

There are also some people who don’t have much practice in Holi. In this way, they experience very neatness on Holi. If you too have your Holi special, then we are going to tell you, about such places. Where will your Holi become special? Holi is celebrated in different ways at these places.

1. Barsana


Holi Lathatar is known throughout the world by the name of Barsana. To see this, people come from not only from India but from abroad too. This Holi, which lasts for three days, is celebrated with great pomp.

How to reach?

If you are on Delhi-Chennai and Mathura on Delhi-Mumbai main line, many express and passenger trains are connected to Mathura from Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Gwalior, Dehradun, Indore. You can reach the rains easily in Mathura.

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2. Anandpur Sahib

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Punjab’s Anandpur Sahib’s Holi is completely different. Here you will find the Sikh style in place of the colors of Holi and the puddle and acrobatics, which is called ‘Hola Mohalla’.

How to reach?

You can go to Anandpur Sahib from Punjab by train or bus. You will get easy access to three Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, and Uttar Pradesh.

3. Udaipur

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If you like the royal style, then celebrate Holi this time in Udaipur. Holi is celebrated with great with Rajasthani song and music.

How to reach?

You can reach Udaipur by bus or train comfortably.

4. Mathura-Vrindavan


Holi of flowers celebrated in the city of Krishna and Radha is famous all over the world. During this festival celebrated for a week, you can also enjoy the food here.

How to reach?

You can reach Mathura Vrindavan by bus or train. You can also reach Mathura-Vrindavan in 4-5 hours from a private vehicle.

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5. Santiniketan

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If you like Holi of Abir and Gulal, then Santiniketan’s Holi will get lots of you. Santiniketan is the famous school of West Bengal, where Holi is played in the cultural and traditional style of Gulam and Abir.

How to reach?

You can reach Santiniketan by bus or taxi with a bus or taxi, reaching 180 km by bus or train.