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ritual festival in which people bonfire the Holika by getting together, singing songs and dance in the myth to burn all the bad habits and bad power with the Holika and get new energy and good habits for their life achievements. It is a traditional and cultural Hindu festival being celebrated from the ancient time by our old generations and followed every year by the new generations. Holi in Barsana or Lathmar Holi People in Barsana celebrate Lath mar Holi every year which is very interesting. Gops or shepherds of Nandgaon play holi with gopis or shepherdesses of Barsana and gops of Barsana plays holi with gopis of Nandgaon every year. It enhances the health of the body and mind. Traditionally, it is celebrated to get success over the evil power or badness of goodness. A Krishna-Lila drama is organised here at big level to enjoy the holi festival. According to the ancient Indian mythology, there are many legends behind celebrating this festival. To celebrate Holi alone in the streets as a foreigner is not recommended as it can get crazy out there. No alcohol is served as bhang and alcohol dont exactly go well together.
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Holi is one of the traditions in India that bring this out even more. It is celebrated at the end of the winter season and start of the summer season when people feels lazy and tired naturally. There are various remnants related to the holi celebration has been found on the ancient Indian temples walls. At the same time people make round of the Holika known as the Parikrama which helps in killing the bacteria on their body. Of course thats not entirely legal, but widely used and somewhat accepted during Holi. People were very weak and afraid and started following him very easily however, his own son named Prahlad was disagree with his fathers decision. Parents and children are wandering in the market in the evening for the shopping purposes. Celebrating the holi festival in the Braj region is behind the divine love of the Radha and Krishna. Some musical instruments are used to sing songs and dance. According to the region wise celebration of the holi, this festival has its own mythological significance including cultural, religious, biological and etc significance.