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10 Places That Shows Why You Should Celebrate Holi In India

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India is a country famous for the alluring festivals that make it a must-visit place. It is a place where every religion celebrates every festival together. To make India even more popular, it’s one colorful yet crazy festival is in the buzz. Yes, you all know its Holi. It tends to be one crowdy, crazy, colorful and exciting affair in India as different states celebrate it differently. It starts with vibrant colors, loud music, bhaang and lots of balloons, pools, and water all around. Trust us, you would wish to celebrate Holi in every state after looking at these insanely beautiful pictures.

Here’s a list of 10 different places in India that celebrate Holi in their own style and these photos clearly show why you should celebrate Holi in India.

Udaipur: Have the massive yet elite Royal Holi

Picture Courtesy: Saffron Stays

Mumbai: Go crazy in the lavish Holi parties

Picture Courtesy: HungryForever

Hampi: The South Indian Holi

Picture Courtesy: Travel Triangle

Delhi: The Musical Holi

Picture Courtesy: Vicinito

Jaipur: The Holi With Elephants

Picture Courtesy: FreeKaaMaal

Shantiniketan: The Cultural Holi

Picture Courtesy: Outlook India

Barsana: Holi With Sticks

Picture Courtesy: India Tv

Mathura and Vrindavan: The Traditional Holi with Flowers

Picture Courtesy: Firstpost Hindi

Anandpur Sahib: The Warrior Holi

Picture Courtesy: 4to40

Purulia: Holi With The Folks

Picture Courtesy: V Resorts


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