March 20, 2024Republic Lifestyle Desk

Must Visit Temples To Celebrate The Festival Of Holi

Lord Krishna's devotees mark the festival by smearing colour (gulaal) on each other's faces, throwing water balloons, eating sweets, and drinking thandai.

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During Phoolwali Holi, devotees celebrate the festival with flowers and colours made from the natural dye of. Devotees gather at the Iskon temple, Vrindavan, to celebrate phoolwali Holi.

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This beautiful temple complex of Prem Mandir is made up of white marble that depicts all the forms of Lord Krishna during the Holi celebration.

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Govind Dev Ji Temple is one of the oldest temples of Vrindavan. Here, the Holi festival is celebrated with great pomp.

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Shri Krishna Janmasthan temple is a must-visit place in Mathura during Holi.

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Nidhivan in Vrindavan is also Lord Krishna's temple. This beautiful orchard of Tulsi in Vrindavan is a pious destination that draws attention of many devotee to celebrate Holi.

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