7 Styles Of Holi Festival 2018 Celebrations, Vrindavan & Mathura: Festivals Of India
Holi, a famous Indian tradition festival celebrated in the subcontinent of India. Also known as Festival of Colours. The main concept fo this festival to signifies of the victory of Good over evil. It is one of the famous festival celebrations of India. It is a famous Hindu festival which has become popular for Non-Hindus in some parts of South Asia. Also some Jains, Newar Buddhists, and Sikhs, Non-Hindus celebrated this colorful festival during the month of Phalguna. This festival celebration started at Night before Holi with a Holika Dahan, people together and celebrates rituals in front of a bonfire. Later prayers for their inner evils to destroy by the way of Holika Dahan. In this year 2018, Holi festival occurs on 1st & 2nd March. Holi Festival 2018 Celebrations start from 24th February to 3rd March at Vrindavan & Mathura.
Holi Festival 2018 Celebrations in Vrindavan & Mathura
If you are coming all the way to India for joining the celebrations of Holi then you will try to reach this place early as well as stay back a little longer to capture the biggest events before and after the main holiday. Holi Festival 2018 celebrations starts from 24th on this month February.
Lath Mar Holi: 24th February Barsana & 25th February Nandagaon
Barsana, a town in Mathura district of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. The first day of Holi celebrations starts from this destination. Lath Mar Holi, the local celebrations of Holi it can celebrate before days of actual Holiday. The festival celebrated in Barsana, Nandagaon, and Mathura cities. HUndreds of travelers from different parts of Indian joined this pre-Holi celebrations every year. A little Mythological story ran out of Lath Mar Holi celebrations. According to the Hindu Puranas Hindu God, Lord Krishna Reached this city to meet his loved one Radha while that time he teased Radha and her Friends. The Ladies got a little offended and decide to teach Lord Krishna and beat with Sticks. So, men come to Barsana from Nandagaon on this day get beaten up and chased by the women here.
Phoolon Wali Holi: 26th February 2018, Vrindavan
Banke Bihari Temple at Vrindavan celebrates unique style of Holi festival where only flowers can use to play each other while named as Phoolon Wali Holi. This year the Phoolon Wali Festival occurred on February 26th, 2018.
Widow’s Holi: 27th February 2018, Vrindavan
Since Vrindavan, one of the places with the strictest rule for a widow living. Therefore Three years back this Holi celebration have introduced to add some colors to white lives of widows of Vrindavan. This year Widow Holi will celebrate on February 27th, 2018, where all the Widows in Vrindavan will meet and play colors at Pagal Baba Widow Ashram.