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Mathura Holi Festival Photography tour 2016 ( Holi Date Wednesday, March 23 2016 )

(Fixed Departure Tour Date 20th March 2016)

Single traveller @2450USD PER PERSON

Two travellers @1340 USD PER PERSON

FOUR TRAVELLORS @960 USD PER PERSON

PROMOTIONAL DISCOUNT OF 5% if you gonna reserve your seat before 30th sep 2015.

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Hindu pilgrims and tourists from India, and abroad thronged Barsana town in Uttar Pradesh to witness the rare spectacle of hundreds of village women revellers chasing and beating men with wooden sticks as part of the customary celebrations of the colourful festival of Holi.

The festivities began after men donning colourful turbans and dressed in traditional attire got smeared in herbal colours. Celebrating a unique age-old tradition, men from neighbouring towns and villages flock to Barsana, geared with shields, and sing provocative songs to invite the attention of women.

The women, draped in vibrant saris, then go on the offensive and use long staves called 'laathis' to beat the men, who protect themselves with shields. The revellers in traditional costumes sprayed and sprinkled colours at each other during the colourful processions taken out on the streets.

"The festival of 'Lathmar Holi' is celebrated only in Braj, Barsana and Nandgaon and it is a Holi of love. The tradition of playing this unique Holi is centuries old. Legend has it that women used to beat Lord Krishna to chase him away," said a reveller, Bhavesh Goswami. Legend has it that on holi photography tour, photography tours holi, holi in indiathis day, Lord Krishna visited the village of his beloved Radha and playfully teased Radha and her friends.

The annual festival has become immensely popular over the years and now draws hundreds of devotees from across the country, along with tourists who flock the town to witness the unique festival.

A visibly thrilled tourist from United States, who witnessed the festival for the first time, said she had never experienced something as exciting as this. "I am fascinated by it. It's my first Holi and I have a lot of questions about how Holi began to be celebrated. But it is amazing and dazzling to see all the brilliant colours and to hear the drumbeats and to see the pilgrims thronging the temples and the dancing and the festivities and the happiness and the joy,"said a tourist from the United States, Romani.

The festival is celebrated with great zest and enthusiasm as devotees attach much importance to Hindu Lord Krishna, the archetypal figure of romance and revelry.

Day 1 : - Arrive in Delhi around 1200 noon (ETA) and proceed to the hotel near Barsana/Mathura.

Day 2 : - Go around the village and familiarize with the locations for next 2 days of shooting - holi celebrations

Day 3 : - Holi celebrations of Lathmaar Holi in Barsaanaholi photography tour, photography india, india photography tour

Day 4 : - Holi Celebrations

Day 5 : - Free morning hour; drive to Agra by around 11am. Shoot from the other side of the river in the evening.

Day 6 : - Full day at Agra - shooting from the premise of Taj Mahal in the morning. Drive to Jaipur in the afternoon and reach by evening.

Day 7 : - Photographing Old City, Hawa Mahal and City Palace at Jaipur. Jal Mahal in the evening.

Day 8 : - Elephan festival. O/n Jaipur

Day 9 : - Holi at Jaipur. This time, we will hit the streets in the old city and shoot candid - the Holi in the streets of a city. O/n Jaipur

Day 10 : - Drive to Delhi and transfer to Airport as per flight timing for onward journey to Home town.

Tour cost Includes
1. Transportation from Day 1 to Day 10 on disposal enabling to shoot at odd hours
2. Meal Plan : Bed Tea, Breakfast and Dinner
3. Driver, Toll Taxes, Parking, Parchi
4. Professional Photographer to accompany the tour to enhance to photography skill
5. Professional Guide to support during in Jaipur to Click Elephant Festival on March 7
6. Local Guide at Agra on March 5
7. Photography permission / Photography Charges at monuments / forts etc.
8. Rajasthani Cultural Dance Show at Jaipur (Evening)
9. Participation in Jaipur Elephant Fair
10. Participation for Holi Celebration
11. Critique session every evening enhancing photography skills
12. Hotel accommodation as per travel plan (Neat and Clean descent hotels)
13. All Applicable Taxes.


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