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ShiviFebruary 28, 20204min1650

India is called the place of festivals where so many festivals are celebrated which is not the case with anyone the other countries. March is the month where summer will start and winter fade away. And this usually starts after the festival Holi is celebrated. Celebrate the festival of color which is Holi with Banggood.

A lot of companies started providing different lucrative offers which force buyers to buy their products, how one of the famous brands like Banggood can be behind. They are coming with different unbelievable offers on shirts be it colorful shirts or palace shirts. These shirts are trendy and in fashion as well. Once you have a look at it you feel like buying it as they look nice and comfortable to wear. if you are a hat lover but don’t want to spend too much on hats then I guess Banggod is the place to go as they really have some of the best quality cheap hats that will fit your budget and pocket as well.

If you are female and looking for a loose dress or in summer looking for floryday dresses, then Banggod is where you find a lot of options to choose from. I can bet that options are so much that you end up changing your wardrobe with these new ones. They also have some of the best in town lingerie, be it gothic lingerie or slutty lingerie to seduce someone or silky panties which are comfortable on your body and comfortable for you to wear.

These days a lot of kids love to race around with their friends and for racing, you need car, remote control cars. Seldom we find these remote control cars which are good in quality and best in price. Parents buy expensive cars and once they are broken they feel bad for the kids. Banggood offers good quality remote control cars at a throwaway price.

We have seen a lot of times people struggle in the cold season. They keep on wearing thermal wears still unable to handle the cold. Banggood has come up with electric jackets that are safe to wear and provide the warmth in those nail-biting chilling winters. So affordable, So cheap and easy to wear what more you want.

So what you guys are waiting for? Buy gifts for yourself and your loved ones on Bantggood

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ShiviMarch 20, 201910min1224

Holi Blog - Spirited Blogger

Holi is an ancient and prevalent Hindu religious festival distinguished throughout India. It is a spring festival, also known as the festival of colours. The colourful festival of Holi is celebrated on Phalgun Purnima which befalls around the month of March. It is the second most extensively celebrated festival of India after Diwali.

The story

This festival is celebrated as the victory of good over bad also. There are numerous mythological stories behind the origin of the festival. But, one which is in Indian traditions is about killing Holika, the sister of Hrinyakashyap. – Owing to that it is celebrated. Holi festival is also broadly related with the immortal love of Krishna and Radha. The festival also holds implication with reverence to end of winter season and the onset of the summer season. So, there are many on the charts as Indian religion is vast.

Holi Blog - Spirited Blogger

With a long weekend coming up this Holi, it is the time to put on your travelling shoes and travel to some of the below-mentioned destinations in India for some crazy Holi celebrations. Get beaten with sticks, or enjoy a concert or join the locals in the streets as they shower gulal and water to each other or get drenched with vibrantly coloured powders and water or watch the ‘Holika Dahan’ or just calmly soak in the bewildering experience of perceiving the band of itinerant spiritualist minstrels of Bengal. Witness all this on Holi 2019 in a different than the usual way, as India is Incredible.

Just pick up any destination from the below and play your famous Holi festival in India Go Travel!

  1. Barsana, Uttar Pradesh: Holi with Sticks

Barsana, Uttar Pradesh: Holi with Sticks Holi Blog - Spirited Blogger

Indian men don’t always rule the nestle! The women of Barsana and Nandgaon villages near Mathura in Uttar Pradesh hit men with sticks – no wonder it is the tradition in town which is known as Lathmar Holi celebrations. Unfortunately, I being a solo traveller would not recommend the other solo travellers to come here alone due to the repulsive behaviour of men, who continue to go around assaulting women. However, you can visit it with your friends or group to experience the sight to catch the giggling women taking absolute pleasure in putting the sticks to use. The Barsana Holi is definitely the most famous places to celebrate Holi in India and will give you all the ambiences of Mathura Holi for sure!

  1. Mathura and Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh: Traditional Holi

Mathura and Vrindavan Holi Blog - Spirited Blogger

It is one of the most additional Holi celebrated in India. Here the Holi celebrations get underway on Vasant Panchami which is the end of winter – 40 days before the main Holi-day. It is in the town of Mathura and Vrindavan – an easy four-hour drive from Delhi. Mathura is also well known as the birthplace of Lord Krishna, while Vrindavan is the place where he spent his childhood. Also to notice is that on Ekadashi before Holi, the city celebrates Phoolon wali Holi where flowers are thrown at the devotees by the temple priests. Vrindavan is also known for a unique celebration of Holi where Widow’s Holi began a few years back to break the resolution that prevented widows from playing with colours or wearing coloured clothes.

  1. Shantiniketan

Shantiniketan Holi Blog - Spirited Blogger

Shantiniketan is a timeworn and leading university in West Bengal, where the great Nobel laureate and poet, Rabindranath Tagore introduced the Basant Utsav to re-experience the ancient tradition. Till today the ritual is followed and celebrated in matchless enthusiasm and vigour. Inspired by Holi and springtime the students dress up in a colourful outfit and put on a huge ethnic extravaganza for the visitors. All this contentment, colours, and joy of Shantiniketan make it the best Holi celebration in India. Students wear up in spring colours and put on a huge traditional program for visitors, including dances to Tagore’s songs. This is followed by the typical throwing of colours. Basanta Utsav has become a valued part of Bengali history and culture, and it fascinates abundant foreign tourists.

  1. Jaipur, Rajasthan: Holi and Elephants

Jaipur, Rajasthan: Holi and Elephants Holi Blog - Spirited Blogger

This is one its kind in India and is celebrated with full enthusiasm and zeal. It is an elephant festival which kicks off Holi celebrations in Jaipur every year on Holi eve. Elephant parades, elephant beauty contests, traditional dances, and the tug-of-war between elephants, locals and foreigners are some of the events on this day. This destination can be covered by solo travellers as well. All this makes Holi extra fun! Please see: That this event hasn’t been held since 2012 due to pressure from animal rights groups. So, if you do not get this you can try Holi of Pushkar and Udaipur it has its own unique charm and playful atmosphere with loads of sweets to relish.

  1. Punjab

Punjab Holi Blog - Spirited Blogger

Punjab in India is a traditional and rich state with a variant of festivals and customs. One such is Holi too! The celebrations of Holi in Punjab are by the Sikhs which differ from the entire country in many ways. The locals shout-out their hearts following their tradition. Besides, they display their martial arts on this day and have fun with colours in the evening. Delicious halwa, puris, gujias, and malpuas are eaten and served to others.

  1. Hampi

Hampi Holi Blog - Spirited Blogger

It is sporadic to find celebrations of Holi in South India. But, it is true Hampi is one of the known destinations for Holi, people from all over the world come here to celebrate Holi. And this is because of the presence of a large number of western tourists in Hampi and this is because it is a world heritage site and quite popular among foreigners. In addition to the use of coloured powder & liquid colours, the celebrations of Holi in Hampi also include a loud riot of music and dance.

 

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