The month of March brings along the pleasant breeze of changing seasons and the vibrant hues inducing the surroundings with festivity and colors. The charming environment displayed by mother nature during March is so luring that visiting some of the chosen places becomes very favorable and enchanting.
Some such places plan the celebrations of their annual events and festivals in March which are not worth missing a shot. So this March, you better know how to plan your vacations and to where!
1) International Yoga festival
Where: Parmarth Niketan Ashram,Rishikesh, Uttarakhand
If you want to be served with peace and calm in your lunch plate, this is your place. Awaiting to give answers to every question your life is about and serving you with the purpose.
2) Lathmar Holi
Where: Barsana, near Mathura, UP
We all celebrate Holi but this one is all together different. Where everyone is colored in the color of love, a bond of humanity and kindness.
3) Jaipur elephant festival
Where: Jaipur, Rajasthan
Jaipur is all about royalty and such a festival specially focused on elephants cannot be held anywhere else better. If you feel alive amidst lots of vibrant colors and embellished ornaments, you should definitely not miss this out.
Ok, lets agree to the fact that its Goa for which we always find excuses to plan a trip. Here you go guys, now you have a good enough ‘excuse’!
5) Mewar Spring festival
Where: Udaipur, Rajasthan
The joy of attending fairs, the hues of positivity and the feel of divinity deep down in the heart is all you need to carry to attend Mewar Spring festival.
6) Hola Mohalla
Where: Anandpur Sahib Gurudwara, Rupnagar, Punjab
Sikh community is all about the bravery they stand up for and the humanity they have in their hearts. This festival is a sheer display of all such qualities they possess.
7) Matho Nagrang festival
Where: Matho Monastery, Leh
Leh is a place no less than a mystery to unravel. Adding to it, a festival with a tinge of spicy attire is a total love to attend and have fun.
Plan, travel, have fun and share your experiences with us by commenting below!
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