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Holi is a Hindu spring festival, celebrated widely throughout India and worldwide. One
of the most vibrant and beloved of these celebrations is the Barsana Holi Festival, which
takes place in the town of Barsana in northern India.
During the festival, people gather in the streets, singing, and dancing, throwing colored powder and water at each other in celebration. The festival is a joyous and vibrant occasion, with people of all ages taking part. It is a time to bring people together, celebrate the coming of spring and show love and respect for each other.
Latthmaar Holi is a unique form of the Holi celebration, which takes place in the Barsana festival and involves men from the neighboring village of Nandgaon visiting Barsana and playing a special game with the women of the village.
The men, who are known as Lathmaars, carry long wooden sticks, or ‘lathis’, and attempt to hit the women who are protecting a pot of buttermilk. The women use the lathis to defend themselves, in a playful and fun way. The game is an exciting and energetic part of the Holi festivities, and it is seen as a way of expressing love and respect between the two communities.
Latthmaar Holi is an ancient tradition that has been celebrated in Barsana for centuries.
Every year, thousands of people come to Barsana to take part in this colorful and joyous
festival. It is celebrated by men and women dressed in traditional attire, who use long sticks
to playfully beat each other. The festival is a great way to experience the culture and vibrancy
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Evening walk and dinner
Gear up, team up, head towards Barsana
Rangeeli Gali, Radha raani temple, Peeli Pokhar, Lathmaar holi.
Samaj baithk shoot
Breakfast & Checkout
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