The LaLiT takes pride in our traditions and celebrations. They go out of their way to make the guests experience these traditions not just from the surface but take us through a journey, going deep into the roots of the tradition, so we take back more than just a luxury comfortable stay from the visit.
The Hindu festival of Holi is upon us! The LaLiT will be hosting 3 days of grand celebrations in the city of Udaipur. The festivities start from Delhi Cant. Railway Station where guests boarded the famous Chetak Express for Udaipur. A royal treatment for all guests, Holi specials like Gujiyas, Rajasthani food, and drinks to complete the merriment.
On 7th March, The LaLiT Udaipur will experience Chhoti Holi with a one of a kind glorious Bonfire will be arranged for at the palace lawns. The whole day will be filled with events for guests to enjoy (see enclosed itinerary).
On 8th March (Holi), at The LaLiT Udaipur guests will enjoy a full arrangement of colors, water, traditional food, drinks to see how Holi is truly celebrated in India.
Holi is a Hindu festival that celebrates the arrival of spring. The festival is celebrated over the course of several days usually in the second week of March.
- Day One is known as Rang Pashi. This is when the eldest member of the family takes colored water and colored powder and wipes it on the faces of his family members as a way of showing his blessings.
- Day Two is known as Puno. On this day there is an amazing community bonfire where members of the community come out. This day is specifically known for being extremely boisterous, where there is a lot of hooting and hollering, where people show their excitement for the arrival of spring.
- Day Three is known as Parva. This is the day that is most commonly associated with Holi. It is when friends and family gather and throw colored water and colored powder all over each other.
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