Vrindavan – known for its unique celebration of colorful festival, Holi. A Land of Lord Krishna commonly called as “Bihari ji” and “Thakur ji”. Holi celebrations in Vrindavan continue continued for 8 days and a lot of devotees come here from different part of India to celebrate this festival of colors. On the 7th of March, huge amounts of devotees were seen inside the temple of “Bihari ji” throwing colors on others and chanting “Radhe Radhe”.
Holika Dahan which is also called Dhulendi took place at the 12 midnight inside the premises of Raghunath temple with all devotees, from students, to young professionals, to old couples and all others.
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