The Holi Festival, or the Festival of Colors, in India is one of the oldest festivals. The most iconic moment of Holi celebration is the throwing of colored powder, known as Gulal, at each other.
Holi has now become the most eagerly awaited festival by the people of India and even the world.
Holi celebrations usually begin with Holika Dahan, symbolizing the symbolic victory of good over evil.
People light bonfires, sing songs, and dance around the fire. The next day, the actual Holi festival is celebrated, where people play with colors, water, and other enjoyable elements.
Holi holds deep spiritual significance. Many people traditionally fast on the day of Holi and perform religious rituals to seek blessings from the gods. Holi is also a time for forgiveness and reconciliation.
People release grudges or ill feelings towards others and strive for self-improvement. The festival also has cultural and religious significance. It is believed to mark the arrival of spring and the harvest season, and Indian communities pray to the gods for a bountiful harvest.
Potret Indonesia will invite friends to experience the vibrant Holi Festival in 2024 in the city of Vrindavan, which is one of the regions with the largest Holi Festival celebrations in India. Not only that, but friends will also witness the migration of birds on the Yamuna River in New Delhi.
Throughout the trip, you will be mentored by @ranarpradiptoindonesia to capture the vibrant colors of the Holi Festival and capture the uniqueness of bird migration on the Yamuna River, New Delhi.
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Accommodation on twin sharing
room (persons of same gender) on
a 3 star hotel starting from 14-19
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lunch and dinner)
Mineral water during the trip
All local transports related with
our photo tour
Mentor and local guide’s fee
Flight tickets from Jakarta - New Delhi - Jakarta
Any additional food items or
beverage during meals
Any personal habit or expenses