While there are several reasons to travel in India and explore the country, the festivals of India are incomparable. Visiting a new destination to take part in a cultural festival provides travellers with a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Holi is unarguably one of the most popular and exciting festivals of India. If you’re planning on going for a trip this Holi long weekend (7-10 March), you must check out some of the best places in India for Holi.
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A 10-day extravaganza organized by Agra tourism. Read along and find out what the Taj Mahotsav festival has in store for each of us, young and old alike!