Holi 2021 Celebrations in Mathura, Vrindavan Temple

Holi, the festival of colours, is the largest festival celebrated during Phalgun month or Falgun mahina in Mathura Vrindavan. This festival celebration lasts for 40 days. Holi 2021 date is March 28.

Holi festivities start on Basant Panchami which marks the onset of Vasant rithu (Spring season).

It is believed that Lord Krishna used to play Vasantotsav with gopis during these days in Madhura, Uttar Pradesh. The 40-day festival attracts a large number of tourists of India and foreign countries as well. Holi Purnima is also known as Madan Purnima or Vasant Purnima or Holika Poornima or Dol Poornima.

Barsana Holi : 22 March 2021, Monday : Barsana Laddu Holi in Sri ji Temple

Barsana Holi ( Main ) : 23 March 2021, Tuesday : Barsana Lathmar Holi ( Main Holi Barsana )

Nandgaon Holi : 24 March 2021, Wednesday : Lathmar Holi in Nand Bhawan

Mathura Vrindavan Holi : 25 March 2021, Thursday : Rangbharni Ekadashi Bankey Bihari Temple Holi, Rangbharni Holi all over Vrindavan

Mathura Holi (Special Event at Krishna Temple) : 25 March 2021, Thursday

Gokul Holi (Gokul Holi and Raman Reti Visit) : 26 March 2021, Friday

Widows Holi (Holi in Vrindavan) : 27 March 2021, Saturday

Holika Dahan ( Holi Fire) : 28 March 2021, Sunday : General Holi in Braj

Dhulandi Holi : 29 March 2021, Monday : Colorful Water Holi in Brij | Dwarkadheesh Temple Holi

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