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: This festival of colors that brings in unfettered joy, fun, and play, music, and dance with a myriad of bright colors! With winter left behind, it is time to look ahead to the spring season and enjoy this colorful and lovely occasion. Thousand years of history, mythological legends, stories of goodness prevailing over the evil and that 6-year-old neighbor kid wildly throwing water balloons at you - if this is your idea of Holi, we dare you to be a part of the crazy Holi celebrations of Barsana, Nandgaon, Vrindavan in Mathura. With an immensely strong bonding with Lord Krishna, people of Mathura and Vrindavan celebrate Holi for over a week.people relive the legends of Holi associated with Radha and Krishna and play pranks the young Krishna played with the cowgirls called Gopis.
The underlying feeling of this fun-frolic was love and devotion. Even today, romance can be experienced in the very atmosphere in the Krishna-nagari. One just needs to breathe in this air and drench oneself in the feeling of love and romance. So much is the passion of the people here, that they throng these temples every day and get drenched in colored water all in the name of the Lord they love so much.Yes, You’ll play Holi this time with our Greeter at Vrindavan - the world’s favorite destination for the festival of colors! Excited? to celebrate Holi in the wildest, yet colorful and sane revelry. With sticks, shields, colors, and canons of water. . #holifestival#holi#party#varindavan#holi#festival#colours#photographyislife#photographer#festivalofcolors#shreekrishna#nikon#incredibleindia#storytelling#storiesofindia#indiaclicks#indiatravelgram#travelawesome#traveldiaries#instaportrait#instagood#instafeed#instpic#popular#allaroundtheworld#insta#holi2018