2 Mathura Vrindavan Holi Tour Packages: Best Prices and Deals

Best of Holi Tour Packages -2024

Top Holi Tour Packages - 2024

8 Days Complete Holi Celebration with Agra

  • Destination: Mathura Vrindavan Gokul
  • Duration: 7 Nights 8 Days
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6 Days Holi Tour Package with Agra

  • Destination: Mathura Vrindavan Gokul
  • Duration: 5 Nights 6 Days
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2 Days Holi Celebration in Mathura Vrindavan Gokul

  • Destination: Mathura Vrindavan Barsana
  • Duration: 1 Nights 2 Days
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3 Days Mathura Vrindavan Barsana Holi Package

  • Destination: Mathura Vrindavan Gokul and Nandgaon Agra
  • Duration: 2 Nights 3 Days
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Mathura Holi Dates 2024 & Phoolwalon Ki Holi Vrindavan

Holi Schedule In Mathura 2024

Dates not finalized yet - these are the possible dates

Mathura, Vrindavan and Barsana Holi is world famous where Lord Krishna and Radha plays with Friends and Gopis.

17 March 2024, Sunday

Barsana Holi : Laddu Holi in Sriji Temple

18 March 2024, Monday

Barsana Holi : Lathmar Holi ( Main Holi Barsana )

19 March 2024, Tuesday

Nandgaon Holi : Lathmar Holi in Nand Bhawan

5 March 2024, Sunday

Vrindavan Holi : Phoolwalon Ki Holi Bankey Bihari Temple & Rangbharni Holi

21 March 2024, Sunday

Mathura Holi : Special Event at Krishna Temple and all over Mathura Vrindavan

22 March 2024, Monday

Gokul Holi : Gokul Holi and Raman Reti Visit

24 March 2024, Tuesday

Holika Dahan ( Holi Fire) : Dwarkadhish Temple Dola and Mathura Vishram Ghat

25 March 2024, Wednesday

Dhulandi Holi : Dwarkadheesh Tesu Flowers / Abir Gulal Holi and Colorful Water Holi in Brij

Mathura Holi: Rangbharni Ekadashi & Lathmar Holi 2024

Celebrate Holi in Mathura - Vrindavan - Barsana - Gokul- Nandgayon...the Land of Lord Krishna !

India Holi, the festival of vibrant colors, of showers of joy and happiness all around. It symbolizes the advent of Spring season in India and what more, it is the favorite festival of Lord Krishna. So what better place to get a glimpse of this wondrous festival than the land of Shri Krishna? Mathura is one place in India where Holi is celebrated with great zeal, fun and frolic.

It is certainly the ideal place to be in during this season! With colors and naughtiness in the air, lingering smell of sweets and happy colorful faces greeting each other, everyone wishes to be a part of this amazing extravaganza! It is a month long fiesta beginning in February and ending with the grand Mathura Holi celebrations in March. It covers the whole Brij Bhoomi, from Gokul, Vrindavan, Barsana, Nandgaon to Mathura. Month long events at these places leave you mesmerized! And why not! Every Year International TV teams, Celebrated Dignitaries, Photographers & Tourists from all continents throng to Mathura to see this spectacle!

Barsana Lathmaar Holi followed by the repulsive action at Nandgaon is so exciting! 'Falen Ki Holi' takes place in the Falen village 40 km from Mathura, where a priest walks bare footed and bare bodied through a mound of fire! It is said the family of the priest is blessed by a saint to stay unaffected by fire, just like 'Prahlad'. Be sure, this mind boggling event will surpass all the chills and thrills you must have seen! Lastly, 'Dauji Huranga', which is played in the village of Lord Krishna's elder brother Baldeo who was also called 'Dauji'. It is going to drench your senses in a splash of colors!

1 : Barsana Phool Maar & Laddu Holi in Sriji Temple

17 March 2024, Sunday

Holi in Barsana is celebrated with a lot of traditional enthusiasm and excitement! People fromall over the country come to witness the Laddu Holi in Shriji temple, where men sing devotional songs as they go around the temple in a procession. Shriji Temple in Barsana is where the Holi festivities take another level! Hundreds of devotees gather here to celebrate, singing and dancing while colorful laddus and flowers are thrown around. People accept these treats as an endowing blessing and mark the occasion by taking part energetically. It is believed that during this time, Shri Krishna would play Holi with Radha Ji and shower her with flowers, an act symbolically retained at temples across India. Moreover, it is ensured that all the colors used for Mathura Vrindavan Holi celebrations are natural, made from flowers for a safe celebration that pays homage to tradition. Thus making Shriji Temple Holi in Barsana highly renowned.

2 : Barsana Lathmar Holi ( Main Holi Barsana )

18 March 2024, Monday

The Brajwasi are unique, and when it comes to Holi, they don't keep anything back. The Lathmar Holi is not just another game - it promotes women empowerment, something that Shri Krishna revered and always stood up for. Even during Holi, he used to come over to Barsana with his friends, but the ladies there made sure to scare them away with bamboo sticks (lath). It has become an integral part of the celebration where men from Nandgaon visit Barsana only get chased off by women waving their laths! It is a fun game that everyone looks forward to every year; why not join this Holi and be a part of this unique ritual?

3 : Nandgaon Lathmar Holi :

19 March 2024, Tuesday

After the fantastic Lathmar Holi celebration in Barsana, all eyes turn to Nandgaon the next day. Inhabitants of Nandgaon giddily await their men's arrival from Barsana so they can play their unique version of the ancient and much-loved game of Holi.

The women of Nandgaon will be armed with slings and sticks to chase away the boys while also attempting to color them with powders. The abundance of colors on display at this event is truly breathtaking. Those who have had the privilege of attending this event love everything about it: from throwing colored powder in the air, exchanging packets of sweets, and feasting -all while valiant ladies take sweet revenge! What better way to experience authentic Indian culture than by partaking in its most beloved activities? Theres no doubt that a trip to Nandgaon is worth it during the Holi festival.

4 : Widows Holi

20 March 2024, Wednesday

Today marks the 4th day of the Widows; Holi celebrations in vrindavan Holi tours, India. Widows banished from their homes stay in the Pagal baba ashram and devote their lives to spirituality and god. In years past, they were not permitted to participate in traditional Holi in colors. Still, thanks to a recent change, these women can now celebrate this joyous holiday as tradition dictates. All those eager to join in on occasion can head to Gopinath temple in Vrindavan at noon to partake in colorful festivities and donate generously towards this noble cause.

5 : Vrindavan Holi Celebration in Banke Bihari Temple (Rangbharni Ekadashi)

21 March 2024, Thursday

Rangbharni Ekadashi is a momentous day in the vrindavan Holi tours calendar, and its celebration at the Banke Bihari temple is something to look forward to. Every year, devotees flock to the ancient temple to demonstrate their love and devotion for Shri Krishna with hues of colors. Those who have had the privilege of experiencing such festivities would describe it as a rainbow of joy, with people reveling in feelings of brotherhood and happiness. With colorful decorations and exuberant singing, the vibrancy and energy that takes over Banke Bihari Temple during this time make it a sight to behold!

6 : Mathura Holi at Krishna Janmabhoomi ( Birthplace of Lord Krishna)

21 March 2024, Friday

The Krishna Janmabhoomi temple in Mathura is always a hub of joy and celebration, especially on Holi! Every year devotees from around the world come together to celebrate the birth of Shri Krishna with great fanfare. In addition to playing Holi together, they also partake in the traditional Lathmar Holi, where women use bamboo sticks to “attack” the men - a light-hearted game everyone enjoys! Colorful flying powder fills every corner of the air, and music performances add more vibrancy to this special event. For those looking for even more fun, Shri DwarkaDhish temple also hosts its grand celebration - a must-visit if you are in Mathura for Holi! Follow your heart and indulge in the uplifting joy of this colorful festival - visit Mathura to be part of every devotee’s annual pilgrimage to celebrate love, life, and color!

7 : Gokul holi & Ramanreti visit

22 March 2024, Saturday

8 : Holika Dahan ( Holi Fire)

24 March 2024, Monday

Holika Dahan is integral to Holi celebrations and symbolizes the eternal victory of good over evil. The pyre has a long-standing tradition in Mathura, the birthplace of Lord Krishna, where it is celebrated enthusiastically. Family reunions are uncommon during this event as people come together to remember and honor the story associated with Holika Dahan. Prahlad was saved from Holikas attempt on his life due to his unwavering devotion to God, which gave divine protection. Holi thus celebrates this victory as a testimony to faith and the significance of devotion to divine intervention in times of need, regardless of age or societal position. As the night passes, Holi ushers in a message of togetherness and acceptance that undoubtedly serves as an essential lesson for all.

8 : Dhulandi Holi (Colorful Water Holi in Brij)

25 March 2024, Tuesday

Holi Dhulandi is undoubtedly one of the most awaited festivals of the year in the Braj region. There are signs of joy and enthusiasm everywhere you look- people dressed in vibrant clothes, musicians singing folk songs, ready to engage in color play. The whole atmosphere is filled with divine emotion and delight, making it a perfect day to come together and celebrate unity! People throw dabar- abir, gulal, and color guns at each other to express their love and happiness. Kids are particularly excited as they are allowed to indulge in playful activities that they cannot do on any other day. Celebrations last all day long as neighbors visit each other with gifts and hugs. Truly, Holi Dhulandi is an enchanting experience in Braj, whose glory extends far beyond its native lands. It’s time for us all to unite to make this auspicious festival even more beautiful by spreading smiles.

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