We all know Holi is a festival of colours and is among the major festivals celebrated in India.
Well, the festival is celebrated with full zeal, energy, and enthusiasm throughout the nation.
The spiritual festival is associated with Lord Krishna, a rebirth of Lord Vishnu, who used to pull tricks on the young ladies by drenching them in colourful hues and water. Even at home, people engage in Kanha ji Holi celebrating with all the rituals to make the day special for their lord.
Best Holi Celebration in India
Traditional Holi celebrations can be seen in Mathura and Vrindavan, and here you can see the festival is celebrated with the pomp and show as it's related to Lord Krishna & Radha. Holi is celebrated in many ways and some of them are:
Lathmar Holi at Barsana
The holy city of Mathura is known for its best celebration of Holi. In Lathmar holi, colourful and melodious musical procession starts from the temples to river ghats and then to the Holi Gate. The festivities start seven days before the actual festival and temples are decorated, and one can hear melodious songs that create a devotional climate.
Phoolon wali Holi in Vrindavan
Phool means flower, and on Phoolon wali Holi, people use flowers to play Holi. It is celebrated on the Ekadashi before the main day of Holi at Banke Bihar Temple in Vrindavan. The gates of the temple open around 4 pm in the evening, after which priests throw colourful flowers on the devotees.
Celebrate Holi at home with Kanha
For Kanha holi celebrating at home, start with putting Kanha’s idol on a cloth and put the flowers on it. Let the idol be seated on the flower bed and put the colours on his feet first. Then play Holi with Ladoo Gopal’s idol with the dry colours. Once it’s done, bathe the idol and dress him in the new attire.
After dressing up Kanha, play Phoolon wali Holi with him. Perform aarti and use some sweets as the bhog after playing Phoolon wali Holi.
Holi is an exciting way to experience Indian Culture in different states and even homes of our country. So go ahead & mark your calendar with Holi celebration 2022 & start the preparations now.
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