The Holi 2020 season has begun and several were eagerly waiting for the Holi festival for long. As of now, Holi season has started, Holika Dahan will be celebrated on March 9 while colour celebrations will be on March 10. Popularly called Brij Holi, and it involves week-long celebrations which start on March 3. The first day is celebrated as Laddoo Holi followed by Lathmar Holi.
Laddoo Holi 2020 was celebrated in Barsana and Mathura. Therefore, March 4 will be the celebration of Lathmar Holi 2020 in Barsana and Nandgaon.
On the day of the festival, there are a lot of traditional prayers and rituals that are followed in Lord Krishna temples in these cities. People living in the local areas recreate the scenes from Lord Krishna’s childhood and perform in the Holi function or celebration.
If you are curious and are willing to watch free live streaming of Barsana Holi 2020, then we will make it easy and help you out to watch the same.
All of you can catch the marvellous celebrations of Holi at Mathura and Vrindavan by watching the video streaming online on official channels.
Choti Holi will be celebrated by the people in several parts of the country on March 9, followed by the Badi Holi, or the celebration with colours. However, in Uttar Pradesh’s Mathura and Vrindavan, the entire festival is called the Braj ki Holi, which showcases a variety of celebrations every day.
On Ladoo Mar Holi we see people throwing laddoos (Indian sweet) at each other and later consume it as prasad.
Here’s How to Watch Live Streaming of Holi Celebrations From Mathura and Vrindavan:
Interested one can watch the live streaming of traditional Holi celebrations from these towns. You can watch the live streaming of Lathmar and Laddoo Holi available on the official website of brijlive.in. Actually the way people celebrate Holi festivals at different places vary. Hence, the celebrations at Vrindavan differ a bit from those in Mathura. People here also celebrate with flowers, called the Foolonwali Holi. The Iskcon Temple in Vrindavan starts their celebration with daily pravachan and prayers. You can catch all the happenings of the Holi celebrations at Vrindavan on the official website, Vrindavan TV.
Holi is actually a week-long celebration in Uttar Pradesh towns and you can experience them from home by watching live streaming. We wish you all a very colourful and happy Holi!