Holi festival date in 2021: March 28 (in the hilly regions like Kathmandu and Pokhara)
March 29 (in the terai-low land region of Nepal)
The festival of colors- Holi is a widely celebrated festival in Nepal. It is significant for all the religious devotees and especially highly significant for the Hindu believers.
In 2020, this amazing festival of Holi celebration was badly affected by the global pandemic of coronavirus (COVID-19), however, the celebration took place to some extent. Then the whole festival and celebration were hit by the corona crisis.
After the launch of vaccines by several countries, the hope has raised again for a nice future and healthy days in 2021. We can expect a nice Holi festival celebrated with great excitement in all parts of Nepal.
The Holi festival is grandly celebrated in the major cities of Nepal- Kathmandu valley, Chitwan, Pokhara, and other major towns of Nepal. People celebrate the Holi festival throwing colors to each other, with the music, throwing water to each other being gathered in public parks and houses.
A view of mixed Holi festival celebration at Kathmandu Durbar Square
In Kathmandu, tourists enjoy the Holi celebration in the major touristic spots. Thamel, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Chhetrapati, and Tundikhel.
Holi festival is celebrated in Kathmandu on the 28th of March 2021 and 29th of March in the lowland region of Nepal that is closely located to the border region of India.
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