Holi Festival Tours

Holi is counted as one the most vibrant festival of India and this time the Holi celebrations in Delhi will be......

Date: 2018-03-01

Holi is counted as one the most vibrant festival of India and this time the Holi celebrations in Delhi will be much better than ever. It’s a thrilled festival that indicates an end of winter season and welcomes refreshing spring season. Indians wait the entire year for this one day when they can splash colors all over each other.

There are numerous widespread stories related to celebrations of Holi but the most common is connected to the killing of the Holika. The story centers around an egotistical king who used to tell everyone in his kingdom to worship him but his son Prahlad was against this and used to worship the God Vishnu instead of him. Seeing this, he got angry and made multiple attempts to kill his son but got failed each time. Finally, one day the king’s sister Holika who was said to be resistant to burning, sat with the boy in a massive fire. However, the prince Prahlada arises unharmed, while his aunt got burnt death. 

Therefore, a huge bonfire is burnt on the eve of Holi as a symbolic depiction.

Here are some of the most stylish things in the city where you can enjoy with Luxury Vacations in the lively festival of colors with a ‘Dilliwala twist’.

Without having a glass of Bhang, Holi is incomplete. One should try this on Holi to feel You must try this thing on Holi to feel trance. Earlier, Sadhus and Sufis used to have bhang for advance medication and enjoy the state of trance. Having little of bhang will help to enjoy the Holi even more!!

Secondly, how can one imagine a festival without sweets? Nowadays even a diabetic one can get some sugar free sweets to relish the spirit of the festival. Gujia is one the most popular sweet in Holi. 

At Luxury Vacations we can help you to also roam to the nearby places at Delhi. As we all know that an extended weekend is coming so next day to Holi our local guides can accompany you to explore the beautiful city. Tour will start from Old Delhi covering the visit to Raj Ghat – the memorial site where Mahatma Gandhi was cremated; Jama Masjid – the largest mosque in India.

A wide-ranging sight-seeing tour of New Delhi would include a visit to the Humayun's Tomb, the Qutub Minar, a drive along the ceremonial avenue – Rajpath, past the imposing India Gate, Parliament House, the President’s Residence and would end with a drive through the Diplomatic Enclave.

The highlight of the Tour: The silver streets of Chandni Chowk will be covered by the rickshaw ride as we know that Chandni Chowk is a colorful and a hustle-bustle market. 

Evenings will be at leisure and overnight stay at the hotel was dinner will be served.

Next day, wake up in the morning and have breakfast. 

Proceed to your further plans. 

Happy Holi!! 


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