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There are number of Holi Places in India 4 Dhams - Badrinath, Rameshwaram, Puri nd Dwarka Varanasi, Mathura, Ayodhya, Haridwar, Ujjain, Amritsar, Kedarnath
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Golden temple Amritsar, 4 dham, hemkunt sahib, Nanded, vashno devi and other sakti peeth , anandpur sahib , banga sahib Delhi , Patna Sahib etc lot of places
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Hey, Hope you are asking about Holi not holy. ๐Ÿ™‚ India is a vast and diverse country with a rich culture, and there are many great places to celebrate the festival of Holi. Some of the best places to celebrate Holi in India include: 1. Mathura and Vrindavan - These two cities in Uttar Pradesh are considered to be the birthplace of Lord Krishna and are home to many ancient temples. The Holi celebration here is particularly special, as it is believed to be the place where Lord Krishna played Holi with the gopis (milkmaids). 2. Anandpur Sahib - This city in Punjab is known for its vibrant Holi celebrations, which feature a blend of traditional and modern elements. The celebration here includes the singing of devotional songs and the spraying of colored water and powder on each other. 3. Barsana - This town in Uttar Pradesh is home to the famous Radha Rani Temple, and the Holi celebrations here are known for their playful and energetic atmosphere. The festival here features a tradition called "Lathmar Holi," in which women beat men with sticks as a symbol of playfully resisting their advances. 4. Shantiniketan - This town in West Bengal is home to Visva-Bharati University, founded by Rabindranath Tagore. The Holi celebrations here are known for their cultural and artistic elements, and feature traditional music and dance performances. 5. Goa - This coastal state in western India is known for its lively and colorful Holi celebrations, which feature music, dancing, and the spraying of colored water and powder. The celebration here has a distinct Goan flavor, with the inclusion of traditional Goan music and food.
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Mathura, Vrindavan, Barsana, Pushkar, Jodhpur
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Lathmar Holi (Holi of sticks) is a Hindu festival celebrated in the twin towns of Barsana and Nandgaon, also known as the towns of Radha and Krishna ...
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