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Mercy Jacob Jan 17 2014

Which are the various ways to celebrate Holi 2014 ?

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Looking for some unique ways to bring in the festival of colours this year? Well, you will be happy to hear that there are various ways to celebrate Holi and each one is unique and distinct in its flavour as well as style. Come and take a look at some of the famous Holi parties across cities:

Holi Party in Delhi: The capital city plays a perfect host to a number of lavish and entertaining Holi celebrations and you will surely enjoy all the enthusiasm and merry making around you.

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Holi Party in Goa: The party capital of India may not be your typical destination for ringing in this festival the traditional way, it still has its share of some not-to-miss magical Holi parties which are worth checking out.

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Holi Party in Mumbai: The city of dreams is a perfect choice when you don't want to celebrate this festival in traditional style. There are loads of interesting Holi parties in Mumbai which promise unlimited doses of fun and entertainment for its guests.

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Holi Party in Pune: This city is also famous for its grand Holi parties which are celebrated with a lot of fervour and zest.

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Holi Party in Hyderabad: Head here to be a part of the most amazing and fun-filled Holi parties which are planned with an extra zing of interesting features and loads of surprises.

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Well, in addition to the above mentioned places, you can also take a look at other Holi celebrations across the country which are organized with much ardor and fervour. And now when you know that there are various ways to celebrate Holi, its time to be a part of these fabulous parties and take home some colourful memories!

Shalu Sharma Jan 27 2014
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Holi is called the festival of colours. Basically the ways to celebrate is simple! During the morning on the day of the Holi festival, people apply dry colours called gulal on each other. It is mainly applied on the cheeks and forehead. During the day, wet colours are applied and this is where the fun is. Here are some tips on how to celebrate holi. People eat sweets and in some places of India, many drink something called thandai with "bhang" or marijuana in it. Holi is a lot of fun. You must be there in India.
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