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People gathered at the Holi festival at Banke Bihari Temple in Mathura.
In Uttar Pradesh, the festival of Holi is being celebrated with joy and gaiety. The amazing hue of the famous Holi of Braj is being seen all over the world. Here, Kanhai devotees are immersed in the Holi filled with Premaras with their adoration in the Banke Bihari temple. People were soaked with the spray of colors in Kashi and Ayodhya, the city of Lord Bhole. In Ayodhya, Ramlala played the color of Abir-Gulal sent on behalf of Krishna. This tradition started last year itself. In Gorakhpur, MP and actor Ravi Kishan was seen singing Phag songs with the people.
Love of rain pours in Banke Bihari temple
In Mathura, the city of Lord Krishna, the colors of Holi are seen swinging. In the Thakur Banke Bihari temple located in Vrindavan, there is rain of gulal and colors. There is a competition among all the devotees to play Holi with their adorable. In this way, the rain of colors starts from Rangbarni Ekadashi here, but this euphoria reaches its peak on the festival of Holi. The whole temple complex is buzzing with the echo of Radhe-Radhe. In the Dwarkadhish temple, devotees are immersed in the colors of Holi.
People immersed in the colors of Holi at Banke Bihari Temple.
Holi played by offering Gulal to Aaradhya
Holi begins with the offering of gulal to Ramlala in Ramnagari Ayodhya. Discharging the tradition started last year, Varanav’s Banke Bihari ji has sent a special peacock colored dress and yellow gulaal to him. At the same time, for the first time, Lord Jagannathji from Puri sent Ramlala to Abir-Gulal, clothes and a flag hoisting on the summit of Jagannathji temple. Iqbal Ansari, who was a supporter of Babri Masjid, has presented an Abir for Ramlala, citing the example of Ganga-Jamuni Tehzeeb.
Ramlala wore white clothes.
Iqbal Ansari handed over the abbot of Ramlala temple to Abir.
MP sung in Gorakhpur, play Oudh maa Holi, Raghubira
In Gorakhpur, MP Ravi Kishan was immersed in the fun of Holi. During this time people were lined up following the Corona Guide Line. Abir Gulal was showered on the people with the tune of Phag songs. During this, MP Ravi Kishan sang the song Raghubira, playing Oudh Maa Holi.
People playing Holi in Gorakhpur.