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    Braj Ki Holi: A Festival Of Feelings, Colour And Laughter (video)


    March 13, 2017

    By Vasundhra Chauhan

    Holi is our favourite festival for the very simple reason that we love colours and it is not just about the colours; it is about the love we have for our culture. We celebrate anything and everything that has significance in our mythological history.

    Although, every part of the country has its own ways of celebrating holi; Braj ki holi catches everyone’s attention because of its unconventional celebrations.

    We hope this inspired you to celebrate Holi in Krishna’s city this year. Be a little mischievous like Krishna himself or dauntless like the widows of Vrindavan and let us just enjoy this auspicious festival in the best ways ever.

    Also, let us not forget to behave ourselves because Holi or no Holi, if you cross your lines of decency then bura manna is allowed. Happy Holi!

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