Holi regions – Holi, the festival of colors, is celebrated in every region of India. With different cultures in different regions, connect the whole India in a bond of colors. Holi is celebrated with lots of religious mythology for different regions. Some locations of India have great Holi celebration while some come with formality. We depicts about those regions which celebrate this festival with fun and joy.

Holi in Rajasthan

Rajasthan celebrates the Holi with different style in different region. Rajasthan plays the Holi just like in Mathura. People play Holi by throwing colors, water balloon on each others. And before the day of Dhulandi, they burn the bonfire on the day of Holika Dahan, plating cow dung in the bonfire and also celebrate it as the beginning of spring season.


As Rajasthan is known for its royalty, Royals of Rajasthan mingle with the public. In the Mali community, they celebrate this festival by putting colors on women, and women hit men with clothes. People in Rajasthan also play Holi by tossing water on each other through Dolchi (A specially designed vessel for collecting the water) with full force.

Holi Across India




Holi in Mathura- Vrindavan

Holi in Vrindavan and Mathura is famous in whole World. People gather to just watch the Holi celebration at Lord Krishna’s Land Mathura and Vrindavan. The Holi is celebrated for a week in Krishna’s place.
Every temple of Mathura and Vrindavan celebrates this auspicious occasion for a week. People there worship Lord Krishna. People are engrossed in the devotion of Lord Krishna. In Braj, people act in Krishna Leela with scene of Holi.


Holi in Haryana

Holi is originally named Dhulndi in Haryana. Haryana has a tradition that the festival is for Bhabhi and Devar. Bhabhis can drub their devars on Holi. Bhabhi can make prank on devars. Devars bring sweets for their bhabhis in the evening. Overall this festival brings full of fun and joy.