Holi is easily the most vibrant & colorful festivals of India. While its celebrated with much fun and frolic across the country and the world, the most famous festivites are those around Vrinadavan. This spring enjoy sights, sounds and color of Holi with Shitanshu and Megha having rollicking fun in land of mythic Lord Krishna. In Vrindavan and places around it, the festival is celebrated for 16 days culminating on Rangpanchmi. During this period, thousands of people throng to Vrindavan to participate in a the main ingredients are Abeer and Gulal, in all possible colours and perfumes besides squirting of coloured water using pichkaris. Another town near Vrindavan, Barsana, is famous for its ‘Lath Mar Holi’ that is played in the compound of the Radha Rani temple when women beat up men with sticks with the on-lookers singing Holi Songs and shout Sri Radhey or Sri Krishna and participating men protect themselves with shields.