Best Places to Celebrate Holi in India


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Best Places to Celebrate Holi in India
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A JOURNEY OF INTERESTING FACTS DURING HOLI



Holi being the one of the most popular festival of India has different names in different parts of India. The practice of enjoying the festival also varies from one state to another. Let us take a journey across India and find out some intriguing and unusual rituals carried out in Holi across states. The map below will take you through cultural events happening in different states of India. For some Holi is only a festival for 2 days while for others it is practiced for 5 long days.

Best Places to Celebrate Holi in India

Interesting Facts and Customs of Holi In Different States in India Orissa West Bengal Manipur Bihar Jharkhand Chhattisgarh Uttar Pradesh Delhi Haryana Uttrakhand Punjab Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir Rajasthan Goa Maharashtra Gujarat Madhya Pradesh
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*Map showing all the places in India where Holi is celebrated.

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Last Updated on : March 3, 2018





 
     


     

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