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Celebrate the Colors of Spring with Holi in Jaipur

Holi, the Indian festival of colours, is extremely popular in northern India. And it is often said that if you want to experience the true spirit of this colourful festival, there is no better place to do so than in the land of colours itself – Rajasthan. Celebrate Holi in Jaipur, with Holified having one of the most memorable experiences of your life.

Event Date:- 7th March 2023

Venue:- Hotel Maya International, Jaipur

Timing:- 10 AM Onwards

HOLIFIED- Jaipur’s Best Holi Fest

Any Indian will tell you that the annual Holi Festival was the most fun he or she had as a child. One of the most striking aspects of the Indian colour festival is how joyful and carefree it is. Because running around throwing colours was something that anyone could get behind.

Jump into the madness of colours, and get π‡πŽπ‹πˆπ…πˆπ„πƒ with Jaipur Best Holi Festival with Moustache Escapes! Add more colors rejoicing Holi in Jaipur with vibrant ethnicities, incredible entertainment, color-coded activities cheering over thandai, grooving over endless beats and laughter.

All-day entertainment extravaganza, hosted at Hotel Maya International. Color your spirits, munching over diverse food stalls featuring a range of cuisines and a dedicated chat stall. Feel the true spirit of joyousness, making memories to last a lifetime. Don’t miss out on this musical and colourful celebration.

What’s SPECIAL at HOLIFIED and celebrating Holi in Jaipur?

Attending a Holi festival is about much more than just throwing colours and taking pictures. It’s an annual event that brings all families together. Bring you close to your loved ones and allow you to interact with friends or family members having fun Holi celebrations at Holified.

Main Attractions of our Holi events in Jaipur:-

  1. Jaipur’s Best DJs
  2. Band Performance
  3. Foam & Rain Dance
  4. Organic Colors & Color Guns
  5. Local & Continental Bites
  6. Bar Counter with Twisted Cocktails
  7. Kids Zone to keep your little ones engaged
  8. Special VIP & VVIP Zones
  9. Fantabulous Live Music Finale
  10. Security Personnel

If you’re wondering, “What is Holi?” you might discover that there isn’t a single correct answer. Although, it is believed to be the time to rejoice in rebirth and new beginnings.

Celebrated every spring, Holi marks new beginnings. With Holi, winter ends and summer arrives. The Holi festival is always held in the Hindu month of Phalguna. Holika Dahan takes place on the day of the full moon of March. It is then the Holi bonfire is lit. The bonfire is believed and intended to burn away all the negativity and bad stuff. The festival of colours takes place the next day, of the Holi bonfire.

Why is Holi known as the “Festival of Colors”?

Signified by the use of colors throughout the festival, Holi is known as the Festival of Colors. While the Holika Dahan bonfire the night before has a religious component, the day of the colour fest usually does not. It’s all about having fun in your community by taking to the streets or attending private celebrations to throw colours at each other. Each of the colours is said to represent something different. Krishna, a Hindu god with blue skin, is represented by blue. Green is associated with rebirth and new beginnings. Red is the colour of marriage and can represent matrimony or fertility. And yellow, the colour of turmeric, is frequently used on auspicious occasions.

The Mythology Behind Holi

Before you dive into Best Holi in Jaipur, let know it’s mythological importance first. According to Hindu mythologies, Holi has been celebrated since ancient times. However, its purpose & the belief behind it evolved over time. In its early days, the Holi festival was thought to be a ceremony for married women to bestow happiness and prosperity on their new family and married life.

One of the central themes of Holi is now the triumph of good over evil. This is based on the legend of Hiranyakashipu, a king who believed he was immortal and should be worshiped as such. His son, Prahlad, was a devoted worshiper of Lord Vishnu and Hiranyakashipu hated his own son for worshiping Vishnu over him. According to legend, Lord Vishnu incarnated as a half-lion, half-man and killed Hiranyakashipu, ensuring that good overcame evil.

Another well-known Holi legend is the story of Krishna and Radha. According to Hindu legend, Krishna’s skin turned blue as a baby after drinking poisonous milk from a demon. Krishna fell in love with Radha but was concerned that Radha would not feel the same way because of his skin colour. Radha allowed Krishna to colour her skin, and they married. As a result, on Holi, we colour each other’s skin.

Dhulandi, the Holi of Jaipur

Holi celebration in Jaipur and worldwide is a two-day festival that celebrates the arrival of spring in Jaipur and most of India. In Jaipur and other parts of Rajasthan, Holi, also known as the Dhulandi festival, is celebrated on the second day after Holika Dahan. The traditional bonfire, Holika Dahan, is observed after sunset on the first day of Holi and is known by several names, the most popular of which are Chhoti Holi and Holika Deepak. According to Hindu scriptures, Holika Dahan begins on the evening of Purnima (Pradosh Kaal), following Bhadra in the month of Phalguna. Holi, or Dhulandi, as the festival of colour and gaiety, instills a much-needed fervour in the population, as young and old alike gather to celebrate it.

Where is Holi Celebrated?

Although the Indian colour festival is most popular in India, Holi celebrations take place all over the world. Holi display s different colors in different parts of India. In West Bengal, singing and dancing are the main highlights of Holi. Also, Bongs are known to celebrate Holi a day earlier. Being a popular spot for worldwide tourists, Rajasthan can be visited on Holi for witnessing Holi in Jaipur and Pushkar, Holi is extremely inclusive of foreign visitors. The festival is also hugely popular in Mathura and Vrindavan, which are approximately four hours from Delhi.

When is Holi 2023?

Holi 2023 begins on Monday, March 6 and ends on Tuesday, March 7. Holika Dahan is celebrated on the 6th with a traditional puja and bonfire. Rangwali Holi aka the main festival is on the next day falling on March 7th this year. That’s the day filled with color throwing, water gun and foam spraying, and dancing in the streets.

Celebrate Holi in Jaipur with assured safety. Moreover, this season of HOLIFIED promises to be even more spectacular. And don’t miss out, our tickets are selling out fast! Don’t wait for the end time and get your Holified Ticket by Moustache Escapes. Now at an amazing discount price.

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Opening: 10 AM

  • Arrive at Hotel Maya International, Jaipur.
  • For those with private transport, parking is available.

Closing Begins: 4 PM

  • Band Performance by Rhythm Divine.
  • End of Holified 2023.

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