Colors are in the air. It’s time to celebrate the most frolicsome festival of this country, i.e. Holi. The very name of this festival generates a lot of excitement and brings to mind a beautiful montage of colorful sprays, painted faces, sweets, music, dances, smiles, cheers and noises of “Holi hai!!”. The day of Holi fills love and compassion into the hearts and lives of people. They jovially meet with friends, wish them happy holi, and play colors with them forgetting all the woes and grievances.
Holi festival in Rajasthan is celebrated at the arrival of spring, and is regarded to be the harbinger of the new season. The people before the full moon night gather together for holika-dahan, a traditional Indian custom and celebrate by lighting a huge bonfire, in which they burn the residual dried leaves and twigs. This signifies burning the evil and filling our lives with positivity and colors. For several days, people sing songs for lord Krishna and play with colors and flowers. In Rajasthan, the vigor of Holi festival is at its spectacular best. The pink city, Jaipur flaunts galore of colors on this frivolous day and the already colorful state becomes even more hued.
This Holi you can enjoy a fun-filled celebration in the city of colors, Jaipur. Pay a visit, when cavort of the festival would be at its peak. If you are concerned about your accommodation in Jaipur in this festive season, you are warmly invited at one of the classiest heritage hotels in Jaipur, Dera Mandawa, where you will get to play Holi in the most delightful way, like never-before. Providing you with all charms of the Holi festival, like colors, colorful sprays, sweets, and music, and the special colorful theme decoration of Holi, Dera Mandawa will simply make your festive experience more joyous and memorable forever.