All You Need To Know About The Festival of Colours - Holi

Holi is one of the most fun and happening festivals in India. This festival celebrates the rise of good over evil. People paint each other with colours and water and dance to upbeat music. Gujiya, thandai are the famous food and drinks that are prepared.Read on to more! This first pick is a blog by Indian holiday and is titled Complete Guide To Holi In India. It tells you what the festival is, why it is celebrated, how it is celebrated, what to expect. The most important part of the read is the safety instruction for holi.Read it here:https://www.indianholiday.com/blog/complete-guide-to-holi-in-india/ The next one is by Travel Triangle and is titled Celebrations Of Holi In Mathura And Vrindavan 2018. Mathura being the birthplace of Lord Krishna has a special significance of holi and this blog will tell you about that and about how holi is celebrated in this part of the country. It also gives you info on how to reach Mathura and Vrindavan and answers all FAQs.Read it here:http://traveltriangle.com/blog/holi-in-mathura/ This third pick is titled Holi festival in India: The World’s Most Colourful celebration by planetd summarises the essence of the festival. It will give you an idea of the love and the craziness that people have for this festival all over the world.Read it here:https://theplanetd.com/holi-festival-india/ This one is by Tripoto and is titled Holi At Nandgaon And Barsana that are two villages close to vrindavan. These villages are famous for their special ‘lathmar holi’. This article tells you about the places, the ritual of lathmar holi and all about that once in a lifetime experience,Read it here:https://www.tripoto.com/trip/holi-at-nandgaon-and-barsana-3845 This final one will convince you if you aren’t already. This article titled 10 Reasons to Celebrate Holi by &Beyond will make celebrating holi a must check in your bucket list. This summarised piece is a small and fun read,Read it here:https://www.andbeyond.com/stories/travel-inspiration/10-reasons-to-celebrate-holi/