About 5 Best Places To Celebrate Holi In India In 2023
Celebrate Holi In India – The vibrant and frolic festival of colours is round the corner and you definitely should not miss it. Holi in India is a vivacious site for all. From traditional rituals to DJs, parties and bhang hangover, Holi in India promises you an experience full of colours and captivating moments.
So you dare not sit idle this time. Just grab all your favourite colours and jump into the celebrations out of any of these 5 best places to celebrate Holi in India.
Pushkar witnesses a crowd of tourists from all over the world during Holi. The streets are filled with colours, local food, music and what not! The best thing about Pushkar’s Holi is the party that starts at 10 in the morning and runs up till 5 in the evening. You’ll see yourself standing in a club just while roaming in the streets; it is that lively here!
Colours being thrown at each other, music being played loud and the most delicious food across every street. Go get this opportunity of a truly magnificent festival in Pushkar.
Holi in Varanasi is an affair of complete madness topped over with colours and Bhaang . On the day of Holi, people come out on the streets with all sorts of colours and begin with the celebrations across the holy ghats. Assi Ghat is going to be your destination for the day! A huge number of people gather to play Holi. You ought to get high on Bhaang once you are on the ghats. Thandai and laddoo are also on the list. The playful ambience goes on till the evening and you may be dipped in mud once people around you run out of colour!
Yes, that’s what Holi in Varanasi looks like.
Holi seems to be a rollicking festival in Delhi. If you are walking down the streets, be prepared to be drenched with colours every now and then!
Paharganj is the place where you can get to witness this all by yourself. A number of Holi parties are organised across Delhi NCR which guarantees a vibrant and startling day for you.
It is not just about the capital but also some other best places to celebrate Holi in India in 2023; however if you are in Delhi NCR then get ready with colours and Bhaang because there are endless parties waiting for you!
Holi is known as Shigmotsav in Goa and is celebrated for over a fortnight. The day begins by offering prayers to gods and goddesses. Shigmotsav holds performances of troupes in various forms like parades and cultural dramas. The most awaited celebration begins on the fifth day when colours are thrown at each other. Not just the streets, you will find the beaches also turned into colourful sites.
If you never imagined Holi on the beaches then this is your time as we offer you the best place to stay! Yes, Moustache Hostel is now all set to welcome you to Goa for a brilliant Holi celebration.
Have you ever imagined celebrating Holi amidst a Royal family procession?
Surely this happens in India. The most remarkable thing here is the Mewar royal family’s procession from the royal residence to Manek Chowk at the City Palace with adorned horses and royal band. Another surprise element is the Elephant festival. Yes, you heard it right. This is also celebrated on the same day. It includes elephant polo game, brilliant dances and an outstanding tug of war between a group of men and women against an elephant.
Are you still looking for options?
Well, then we surely have one for y’all. Jaipur, the pink city is coming up fast as a hub of Holi celebrations for all. If you simply want to stay back and party all day long then we have a super amazing surprise for you! Moustache Hostel, Jaipur is going to host the biggest Holi party in the city! Yes, you heard it right. Stay and party at the same place with the best ones in Jaipur.
So avoid all the dilemmas and simply choose one amongst the 5 best places to celebrate Holi in India in 2023. We are there at all of the above mentioned locations to help you stay comfortably and experience the best of Holi in India. Yes, it is that easy!
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