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Holi is just around the corner and winter is still stubborn. Well, winters or not, everybody is going to celebrate it. If you are a person with a gang of friends, you can make it more special. Various places in Delhi organize big Holi parties. The prices are affordable, and you can travel via cabs to avoid public transport; Ola promo codes being one of the many to save you from the hassles and you get discounts too.

Taking a break from the norm and discovering a different culture will bring you closer together and create lifelong memories, so take advantage and try something new. Whether it is sampling traditional Indian cuisine from a restaurant or street food stall, taking your shoes off so you can explore a temple, or admire prehistoric artifacts in Delhi's National Museum, it will be an eye-opening experience you can share with your loved one.

So, read the following blog post to find the best places to celebrate holi festival in India and the best places to celebrate Holi in Delhi in crowd:

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1. Holi India Colour Festival


The Holi India Colour Festival is an international Holi celebration party and is the best place to photograph holi in Delhi. It is organized at the golden triangle tourist circuit of New Delhi. This year it will be celebrated from 20 March 2019 to 21st March 2019. The ticket prices are still not announced but it is given that they won’t be available for long, so better be alert all the time.

The crowd will be amazing and will comprise of people from North America, Europe, and Southeast Asia; the diversity at its best. This is one of the best parties to enjoy Holi celebration with your gang of friends. Any Holi party in Delhi is incomplete if there are no gujiyas to add some sweet to the moments. Besides, the mocktails and the famous Thandai would add some fun to the party. So, are you ready for some fun?

2. Rang Leela


Rang Leela oozes nothing but fun and this is your destination for the day. The venue for this year's Holi celebration is yet to be announced. The party goes on for 12 hours with many attractions such as:

  • Camel and Buggy Rides
  • Live Bhangra performances
  • Rain dance
  • Traditional Indian sweets like Gujiya
  • Pan

You can enjoy the Holi celebrations like never before with BYOB theme that make you go jump into the pool. So, make the bookings with the very first announcement itself.

3. Balam Pitchkari


Balam Pitchkari is yet another fantastic Holi party which can make your senses go crazier. It is celebrated annually at Buddha farms in Noida; the outskirts of the city are just the place to be, right? This is one of the best parties for the folks who like fewer crowds. The name, price and theme for this year's Holi celebration are still not announced. The celebration will be held on 21st March 2019. You can enjoy various activities such as pool parties, EDM, rain dance, etc.

4. Unite Holi Music Festival


The Unite Holi Music Festival is yet another popular Holi party organized at the famous Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium. It is also famous as one of the biggest Holi parties of Delhi. It boasts of a humongous gathering, great artists, and some relishing food. The ticket prices start from Rs. 799 and goes up to Rs. 1499. There are various attractions such as:

  • Water activities
  • Music
  • Nice gathering
  • Live artist shows
  • Multiple large stages

This could be your thing if you like everything king size. So head out to this destination and celebrate Holi in a grand way.

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5. Holi Moo Festival


The Holi Moo Festival will be organized in the Jhankar Lawns, Asiad Tower, Asiad Village, New Delhi. The celebrations will be held on 21st March 2019. They use herbal colours to play Holi and that seems to be a good way. The ticket prices are a bit high and are fixed at Rs. 2500. The festival will feature various stages and international guests. The colours are herbal, and the food is really authentic traditional Indian.

6. Holi Sangria


If music is your thing, The Holi Sangria 2019 is your go-to destination to celebrate this Holi. There will be a gathering of some of the top DJs of the town. It will be organized in The GameForest Club, Archview Drive, Sector 58, Gurugram. You can enjoy Holi celebration with fun events and music. The crowd is fantastic and cheers will be loud only to set the mood right and the excitement levels high.

All girl groups can also enjoy the Holi celebration with no worries. Food options will make your devil stomach crave for more. The party will be held on 21st March 2019 and the ticket price is Rs 1000.

Well, these are the 6 best parties for Holi celebration in Delhi. You can travel from cabs and stay away from the public transports. Taking advantage of Uber or Ola coupons codes will help you save on the rides. So, make haste and book your tickets when readily available because this Holi is going to be just full of fun, frolic and colours of course. Happy Holi!
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21 comments:

  1. Such a great post especially because I haven't heard of Holi before!! Thank you for sharing!

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  2. Taking part of the holi festival would be a dream come true. This is so so cool. Thanks a lot for sharing.

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  3. it would be so fun to be in india during Holi! ive never experienced it before and it looks amazing!

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  4. Wow sounds like a blast! With 2 little ones I haven't done much traveling lately, but hopefully will be able to again in the near future!

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  5. So much color and so much fun. I adore this culture. It's so beautiful how they all come together to celebrate

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  6. I have never been in this kind of celebration but it looks like a nice and fun festival to see and those looks like a nice place to celebrate this Holi Festival.

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  7. looks like a really fun place and event to go to, I want me and my friends to go here, thi will surely be added to our buckt list.

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  8. im sure me and my friends will enjoy here, I'll try to convince them and visit, it looks relly fun to go to

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  9. what a nice place to go to, and looks like a fun event too i'll invite my friends here

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  10. I have always wanted to experience this! These photos are beautiful!

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  11. I seriously have wanted to go to this for so long.

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  12. it sounds like it's quite a celebration in Delhi. Worth checking it out.

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  13. Such a wonderful experience. I'd love to see it sometime.

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  14. I've only seen colour festival on TV and would always wanted to attend one!

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  15. To be honest I have never been to a holi party as I m not a very outgoing person but I would love to experience this.

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  16. Haven't heard of this but it looks like so much fun! Thanks for sharing

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  17. That coloured festival looks sooo fun! I would love to travel there sometime

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  18. Looks like Holi is such a fun and beautiful celebration. I am loving all the virbant colors. One day I hope to experience it.

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  19. Holi is one of the biggest festival in India. Playing with colors and enjoy with the family and friends. Thanks for your recommendation. I am sure those would enjoy this festival who are near to Delhi. Thanks for sharing such information.

    Elizabeth O

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  20. I haven't heard of Holi before but its look very fun and interesting.

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  21. This coloured festival looks to be of fun. https://www.happydesertsafari.com/wild-wadi-water-park/

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