Anyone who has ever been in India’s Brij festival will agree that Bharatpur is a city of merry making. Brij festival is normally held to herald Holi, the festival of colours, when it draws nigh. Basically, Brij festival is a major festival in India’s calendar and Bharatpur is the main centre for Brij.
Holi is held in honour of the blossomed love story of Lord Krishna and Radha. Both Brig and Holi are marked by folklores, merry making, generosity and a lot of colour and delight. Bharatpur has always been a favourite spot for these two festivals albeit the cheer is normally spread across India.
The calendar for Brij and Holi is normally not always marked. The date of the next festival is normally at the approach of vernal equinox and it’s announced through common rendezvous like in the temple. Through out the beginning of Brij is a holiday mood in Bharatpur and India.
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