Festival of Braj Holi


The festival of Holi is all about celebrating the love and unity that gathers people to be dipped in different colours. It is a festival that brings in a lot of positivity into our lives

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Braj is a destination of festivals that are celebrated throughout the year. Some of the most famous festivals celebrated across few parts in India are Krishna Janmashtami, Karthik, Holi and Radhashtami.

It is in this beautiful destination where Lord Krishna was born and spent his youth. Brajbhoomi is divided into two distinct units - the Eastern part in the trans-Yamuna tract that includes destinations like Gokul, Mahavan, Baldeo, Mat and Bajna and the Western side of the Yamuna covering the Mathura region that includes Vrindavan, Govardhan, Kusum Sarovar, Barsana and Nandgaon

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Holi is a colourful festival celebrated through singing, dancing, throwing of different colours at each other and relishing the different sweets. People in Braj called Brajvasis  form troupes and dance throughout the day and in the night; the troupes entertain the audience with various episodes from the life of Lord Krishna.

In some states, there is a tradition of breaking the pot full of buttermilk that is hung up high on the streets, with a group of boys forming a human pyramid, one of them breaks the pot and the womenfolk throw buckets of colour water on them and sing folk songs.

The Holi festival is mostly known in different names like Holika Dahan or Choti Holi  in different states