Q 1. How many days holi is celebrated in Mathura?

Holi at Mathura is a festival of 3-4 days. Mathura is believed to be the finest place to celebrate Holi.  Holi Festival Tour Package takes you to all the different kinds of holi celebrated in Mathura like Ladoo ki Holi, Phoolon Ki Holi, lathmaar Holi and of course rangon ki Holi.

Q 2. Best places to see holi festival in India?

Holi celebration in Mathura, Vrindavan is very famous all across the world. The natives and the tourist enjoy this festival together wholeheartedly. The place is surrounded by some special vibes which give people a very positive energy.

Q 3. How is holi celebrated in Vrindavan?

Holi at Vrindavan is another brilliant option to celebrate Holi. People eagerly wait for the whole year to memorialize this festival with all spirit and zeal. Vrindavan and Mathura holi schedules are almost similar but with small difference.

Q 4. What to eat in Mathura and Vrindavan during Holi?

Food is also a major focus when it comes to celebrating Holi in Mathura and Holi in Vrindavan. Different kinds of food items are famous which you can go for like special rabri jalebi, pedas, thandai, imartis and kachoris. Bhaang has its special place during Holi in the city, you must not forget to try it.

Q 5. What is special in Mathura Holi?

If you want the most original feel you must play holi at Mathura. Visit Barsana , Nandgaon, Braj, etc. to feel that unfiltered love of Radha Krishna which is engrossed in the air of Mathura. All the temples are decked up for the holi celebration which gives a heavenly vibes to the place.

Q6. Why holi celebrated?

Holi is the celebration of the success of goodness over the wrongdoings or evil intentions. The first day of Holi in Mathura and Holi in Vrindavan and all over the country is famous as Holika Dahan. Where people light the fire and do parikrama and pay offerings to the goddess of the new wheat of the season as this season is also the beginning of the new harvest season.