Brajgram by Country Inn Kosi is a day picnic spot situated 99km from Delhi. It is a village themed park inspired by the ethnic living style of the people of Braj, which comprises the area around Mathura and Vrindavan.
Why celebrate Holi in Brajgram?
Visit Brajgram for a wholesome Braj Holi experience to set the right mood and atmosphere. Brajgram prides itself in preserving and promoting the Indian rural culture and traditions. From more than a hundred rural games village activities, musical performances to ethnic food including bajre and maaki ki roti, kachauri aloo bhaji, mirchi ke pakore, jalebi, refreshing drinks like nimbu shikahnji and thandai; Brajgram leaves no stone unturned to make your Holi special and memorable.
Mathura is known for its Holi celebrations. In keeping with the traditions, Brajgram introduces you to the three most diverse and most loved Holi styles played in Braj.
Lathmar Holi is the most famous style of Holi in Uttar Pradesh. Legend has it that Lord Krishna visited his beloved Radha's village and playfully teased her and her friends. The women of Barsana, on being teased, chased him away. Keeping in sync with the story, the men from Nandgaon visit the town of Barsana every year, only to be greeted by sticks.
Gulaal ki Holi is where people play with colours, water guns and water-filled balloons and drench each other. Friend or stranger, rich or poor, man or woman, children and elders all come together dance to music, sing and celebrate the festival of colours.
Phoolon wali Holi is a calm and relaxed form of Holi. People usually enjoy music and food and play holi with flower petals.
Experience all of this at Brajgram, this Holi.
Where: Delhi - Agra old Highway, Kosi Kalan, Mathura district, Uttar Pradesh