The first memory of Udaipur is its ongoing breeze, even though it was the starting of summer, the wind won’t let one feel the heat, I wish I could have satiated more of it. I heard a lot about Udaipur Holi Celebration and wanted to experience it myself. So after some enquiries I reached in the heart of Udaipur, Jagdish Temple, where the Holi was to be celebrated, due to barricades before 1.5km to the Celebration Hub, I had to walk all the way. Though the celebration was everywhere the Hub had most of it. Udaipur Holi is quite popular among the Foreigners, so many Firangis from many nations were walking towards Jagdish Temple for the Celebration. One could see the enthusiasm in them, all were carrying dry colours and dressed up in White Kurta and Rajasthani Pagdi. I would say there were more firangis than Indians for Holi Celebration. On the way to Jagdish Temple, many kids were throwing colours and water balloons. I had experienced the safest Holi in Udaipur, I have ever encountered. Nobody was trying to compel colours or eve tease. The spirit of Festival was quite high in locals. I had a great experience and enjoyed the local drum music and dance with multiple colours.