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Holi Day Tour 2018



Holi Tours Dates 2018

Tentative dates for Holi Festival in Mathura and vrindavan
Lathmar Holi 2018 Date-Holi Festival in Barsana & Nandgaon is observed 24th and 25th Feb and Holi festival is on March 1st . Holika dahan will be on 02nd March, the famous stic fight between men from Nandgaon and women of Barsana take place on the day. The aim of the men from Nandgaon is to install a flag on the temple of the Radha at Barsana and claim victory. Women of Barsana face them with Bamboo sticks.

Places Distance Chart Distance in Kilometers
Delhi to Mathura 141 Kilometers
Mathura to Vrindavan 12 Kilometers
Vrindavan to barsana 57 Kilometers
Mathura to Barsana 43 Kilometers
Mathura to Nandgaon 55 Kilometers
Vrindavan to Nandgaon 48 Kilometers
Mathura to Gokul 29 Kilometers
Vrindavan to Gokul 44 Kilometers
Mathura to Goverdhan 21 Kilometers
Vrindavan to Goverdhan 23 Kilometers

Latest Photography Tawang Festival Tour


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Tawang Festival

Tawang Festival is a monastic festival which was celebrated by the Monpa tribe at the Tawang Monastery in the Tawang district of Arunachal Pradesh. This festival held every year for three days starting from 28th day of the eleventh month of the lunar calendar, which generally falls in the last part of January. In order to drive off evil forces and to ward off any natural calamity. Monastic dances were performed for 3 days during Torgya festivals. In the State of Arunachal Pradesh, the three days long Torgya Festival began with recitation of religious texts and Monastic dances in the premises of Tawang Gonpa. Torgya Festival was a three day festival which signifing the destruction of evil spirits and harmful forces. It seeks to promote prosperity and happiness amongst the people.
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