Holi festival was celebrated in every corner of the country with great pomp and show. From Baba Mahakal in Ujjain to Banke-Bihari Lal in Mathura-Vrindavan, devotees started the festival by playing Holi with God. In the northeastern states of the country, Holi was celebrated by taking out the tableau of God. Along with God, the devotees were also seen in Abir-Gulal. However, social distancing and masks could not be seen among the people playing Holi during the second wave of Corona, it can definitely disturb the color of Holi. Let’s see in photos and videos where and how Holi was celebrated in the country …

The holy festival of Holi began with the worship of Baba Mahakal in Ujjain.
The holy festival of Holi began with the worship of Baba Mahakal in Ujjain.
In Ujjain, devotees of Mahakal danced and danced. Some devotees celebrated the festival of Holi by becoming Lord Shankar and Mata Parvati.
In Ujjain, devotees of Mahakal danced and danced. Some devotees celebrated the festival of Holi by becoming Lord Shankar and Mata Parvati.
In Mathura-Vrindavan, a large number of people started coming to the temples since morning. People dyed in colors started Holi with the darshan of Lord Krishna.
In Mathura-Vrindavan, a large number of people started coming to the temples since morning. People dyed in colors started Holi with the darshan of Lord Krishna.
This photo is from Dibrugarh in Assam. Here, devotees celebrated Holi by taking a tableau of Lord Krishna.
This photo is from Dibrugarh in Assam. Here, devotees celebrated Holi by taking a tableau of Lord Krishna.
A large number of devotees were seen in Lord Krishna’s Rath Yatra at Dibrugarh. Women and girls also took part in it.
A large number of devotees were seen in Lord Krishna’s Rath Yatra at Dibrugarh. Women and girls also took part in it.
Many devotees also wore masks during the Lord’s tableau. Social distancing was also being followed in view of security from Corona.
Many devotees also wore masks during the Lord’s tableau. Social distancing was also being followed in view of security from Corona.
This photo is from Amritsar. Here too people celebrated Holi by playing dholak-manjira. People were seen dyed in color.
This photo is from Amritsar. Here too people celebrated Holi by playing dholak-manjira. People were seen dyed in color.
The festival started in
Dwarkadhish temple on Sunday, people started arriving in large numbers in Dwarkadhish temple of Mathura from Sunday. During this time people celebrated Holi with color and gulal fiercely. From elders to children, everyone was seen dancing and singing. People in color looked at each other and greeted Holi by applying color to each other.

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