Places For Seniors To Visit This Holi

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Witness the legendary “Lathmar Holi,” where women playfully chase men with bamboo sticks dipped in colour, reenacting the playful banter between Radha and Krishna. 

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Vrindavan boasts several hotels with elevators and ramps that are accessible. Opt for guided tours to navigate the temple crowds comfortably.



“Shobha Yatra,” a colourful parade adorned with elephants, camels, and folk dancers, culminating in a spectacular bonfire symbolizing the burning of Holika, the demoness.


Udaipur offers several wheelchair-accessible hotels with wide walkways and adapted bathrooms.


Basant Utsav, Shantiniketan

Immerse yourself in the “Basanta Utsav,” a vibrant celebration of spring marked by traditional songs, dances, and colourful processions.

Rangamati Ceremony

Participate in the “Rangamati” ceremony, where Tagore introduced the tradition of smearing colours with artistic abandon.


Participate in the “Manmatha Leela,” a unique ritual where colourful powders are showered on a symbolic representation of Manmatha, the god of love.


Celebrate on pristine beaches like Calangute and Anjuna, participating in water-based Holi with vibrant colours and playful splashing.

Compiled By Himani Verma

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