Holi - 'Festival of Colors ', is one of the most important festivals that is celebrated with full enthusiasm in our country during March. The interest possessed by you and the type of experience you want to have are the main factors which decide the best place for you to observe Holi celebrations in India. All over India, people celebrate this festival in their own way from visiting a traditional temple to visiting modern parties. Colors and bhang are most appealing ways to enjoy the air of this festival. If you are really willing to spend your long weekend of Holi away from but haven 't decided yet where to go.
You probably heard India has multiple languages, and their culture is really important to him. Indian is also known for their many festivals. India is the land of many festivals, they used to have 365 festivals in a year. India used to have a festival for everyday to bring life and enthusiasm in people. Nowadays, only important festivals are celebrated and during the festival people gather around, have many activities.
Most people believe that festivals help them forge close bondage with their ancestors and ask for their protection. Festivals are also held in order to purify the whole community so that people can enter the year with confidence and hope (Falola and Salm, 2002, p: 113) The rich cultural heritage of Ghanaians is manifested during festival. For example, chiefs are decorated with traditional regalia and carried in a palanquin. The hospitality of the Ghanaian is also exhibited during festivals. The ways the people speak and relate to others during festivals also portray their culture of friendliness.
1. Mathura The name is enough to tell much about Janmasthmi or Lord Krishna. Mathura is the birthplace of Lord Krishna in Uttar Pradesh, where Janamasthmi is celebrated as the important festival with great enthusaism and devotion. Every year, the main celebration of Janmasthmi takes place in some of the best temples like Banke Bihari, Prem Mandir, and Janma Bhumi Mandir in the city. In Midnight chanting of Shlokas, Bhagvad Katham Rasleelas, Midnight Celebrations are simple and unique ways to welcome Lord Krishna.
There were many things that stood out to me, that has me enthusiastic about what next year has to offer. Although many people find such an experience to be boring, it’s an interesting and stimulating way to engage oneself with a variety of unique cultural experience from around the world with cuisines, unique cultural and live performances and arts and crafts work on display.
Another fact they share together is they take place in the same month, April. Like Thingyan festival, Songkran is also a religious ceremony but they both are celebrated also for entertaining purposes these days. These two festivals are held as a symbol of washing away all of the sins one’s committed or bad luck one’s had of the old year and leave one with good luck and prosperity. Splashing people including strangers with water becomes the main attraction of these festivals. Both of the festivals also use cold water and fragrant water during the festive period.
Everyone should walk their talk when it comes to practicing values in lives. For example, when held an open house to celebrate a festival like Eid, we should not stop our neighbours even if they are not of the same religion but we should celebrate the joyful and blessed moment together. Harmony within diversity will be
Even Though it might not be for everyone it has a very special place in my heart. The plaza holds my most memorable memories because I have laughed, cried and even made myself look ridiculous. Everything in this town is something I feel everyone should experience once. The atmosphere is impeccable because all the people residing their are so sweet and caring for the ones around
People here are god fearing in nature and believe in purification of soul, rebirth, salvation, luxury of heaven and punishments of hell. People here celebrate their festivals ( Aidil Fitri, Aidil Adha, Deepavali, Chinese New Year ,Christmas, etc) very peacefully without harming other religious people.