Holi 2023: One of the most beautiful festivals in India is Holi, the celebration of spring, colours, community, and love. It fills our hearts with happiness. Holi is a much-anticipated time of year filled with cheer and treats, but with the pandemic still going strong, celebrating it, as usual, isn’t an option this year. This is why we’ve prepared here a list of various ways in which you can celebrate the festival of colours, and still have a darn wonderful time! Look at this!
1. Rooftop Barbecue
We all have a burning party wish list item: a rooftop or backyard grill. Barbeque, beverages, and music Tikkas? YUM! Having your BBQ party at home is a fantastic way to spend time with friends and family this Holi while playing games like Antakshri and charades, singing songs, playing the guitar, and having a gala time!
2. Go on a Staycation
The ideal weekend would be spent unwinding at a five-star hotel, far from home and with stress. So why not do that at Holi this year if that is your sense of fun? Just suggesting, that Holi might be the ideal time for you to take that much-needed break! The Roseate, Neemrana Fort Palace, Radisson Gurugram, ITC Maurya, and numerous other locations in the city make for excellent staycation destinations. Come on over for a blissful weekend.
3. Apply tilak/play flower Holi
Wishing your neighbours, friends, family, and even strangers a happy Holi and sending them greetings, candy, and colourful garlands is one of the most important aspects of the festival. This year, celebrate “Tilak Holi,” by putting a tilak and a flower garland on friends and family instead of using artificial colours on the hair and face, to conserve water and preserve your skin from chemicals. a perfect
4. Go on a trek
Holi falls on a long weekend this year, which is excellent timing! *exclamations of joy* Here we go: chilly mountains, crystal-clear streams, fresh air, and a starry night sky. Holi can be the ideal time to set up a tent under the stars and go hiking in your favourite travel locations’ most scenic areas. The Prashar Lake trek, the Triund trek, the Chakrata trek, and more are just a few of our recommendations!
5. Go for a picnic
Several lovely picnic areas can be found all across Saadi Dilli, including the Lodhi Gardens, Okhla Bird Sanctuary, Indraprastha Park, and Damdama Lake. Bring your blankets and picnic baskets, and enjoy a fun get-together with loved ones. This Holi, fill the charming, green surroundings with jokes and games. What could be a better way to spend Holi with loved ones?
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