ADD JOY TO EVERY COLOURFUL MOMENT
Holi is a major festival in India, and is of particular significance in the Braj region of the state of Uttar Pradesh. This region, traditionally associated with Lord Krishna, includes Mathura, Vrindavan, Nandgaon, and Barsana. They become major tourist attractions during the festival of Holi.
The festival of colours, Holi, is observed with much pomp and joy in every part of India. As well as celebrating the triumph of good over evil, it signals the start of spring. People from all walks of life take part in Holi, one of the most colourful festivals in the nation’s cultural calendar.
People throw water balloons and splash colour on each other’s faces during the Holi festival. Holi is a festival of food and fun where people get together to exchange gifts and burn a sacred bonfire to symbolise the destruction of all evil. During the celebrations, a variety of specialties are prepared, including gujiya (a deep-fried sweet dumpling), dahi vada (a snack served with yoghurt), thandai (a drink made with almonds, rose petals, watermelon kernels, and cardamom), and pakora (fritters).
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