Holi Celebration 2023


In India, the festival of Holi is celebrated with extravagant colour, excitement, and happiness. In addition to being the favourite festival of Lord Krishna, it denotes the arrival of spring in India. So where else than in Shri Krishna's homeland might one have a glimpse of this wonderful festival? One Indian city where Holi is celebrated with great fervour, merriment, and enjoyment is Mathura.

It is unquestionably the best location to be in at this time of year! Everyone wants to take part in this fantastic fiesta because of the air's vibrant colours and enjoyment, the scent of sweets, and the smiling, colourful faces welcoming one another. It is a one-month celebration that starts in February and culminates in the lavish Mathura Holi celebrations in March. It spans all of Brij Bhoomi, from Mathura to Gokul via Vrindavan, Barsana, and Nandgaon. You become charmed by these locations' month-long festivities! Why not, too? International TV crews, well-known dignitaries, photographers, and tourists from every continent swarm to Mathura every year to witness this show!

Mathura Holi Dates 2023 & Phoolwalon Ki Holi Vrindavan Holi Schedule In Mathura 2023

Festival NameDates
  • Barsana Holi: Laddu Holi in Sriji Temple
  • 01 March 2023, Wednesday
  • Barsana Holi: Lathmar Holi
  • 02 March 2023, Thursday
  • Nandgaon Holi: Lathmar Holi in Nand Bhawan
  • 03 March 2023, Friday
  • Vrindavan Holi: Phoolwalon Ki Holi Bankey Bihari Temple & Rangbharni Holi
  • 5th March 2023, Sunday
  • Mathura Holi: Special Event at Krishna Temple and all over Mathura Vrindavan
  • 5th March 2023, Sunday
  • Gokul Holi : Gokul Holi and Raman Reti Visit
  • 6th March 2023, Monday
  • Holika Dahan (Holi Fire): Dwarkadhish Temple Dola and Mathura Vishram Ghat
  • 7th March 2023, Tuesday
  • Dhulandi Holi: Dwarkadheesh Tesu Flowers / Abir Gulal Holi and Colorful Water Holi in Brij
  • 8th March 2023, Wednesday

*Dates not finalized yet - these are the possible dates