The Brajholi Mahotsav will commence on March 1st.

The Brajholi Mahotsav will begin on March 1 in Deeg and conclude on March 3rd in Bharatpur with "Rangilo Rajasthan" by Mega Rajasthani Sanskritik Sandhya.

The Brajholi Mahotsab will be initiated from March 1 to March 3, 2023. Thus, Bharatpur, Kama, and Deeg will host a three-day “Brajholi Mahotsav” organized by the tourism department and the Bharatpur district administration. However, Mega Rajasthani Sanskratik Sandhya’s “Rangilo Rajasthan,” a play based on the life of Lord Shri Krishna, will be presented by Shriram Bhartiya Kala Kendra in New Delhi during these three days of Mahotsav. Therefore, Bhakti Sandhya will be displayed by the Madhwaj Rock Band of Barsana.

The event will be divided into three days, from March 1st to March 3rd.

On March 1st, the sports competitions will be held at Mela Maidan in Deeg. Therefore, the sports will include tug-of-war, Kabbadi, matka, lemon, and grandfather-grandson races.
On the Deeg Mahal Palace campus, the afternoon will feature competitions for mehndi, rangoli, and mustaches, followed by a spectacular performance by folk artists. Lastly, a play based on the life of Lord Shri Krishan will be performed in the evening.

On March 2nd, after Ganesh’s worship at the Lal Darwaza on March 2, Gokul Chandramaji Temple will play Kama, Gulal Holi, and Kunj Gulal. Thus, Madanmohanji Temple will play “milk curd Holi. Later, Radha Vallabhji Temple will play Laddu Holi.
The locals will play Lathmar Holi during the procession, which will leave Gopinathji Temple and arrive at Radha Vallabhji Temple, where they will take part in cultural events and Flower’s Holi.

On March 3rd, competitions in sports, painting, mehndi, rangoli, turban tying, and mustache growing will be held in the Government Museum at the Lohagarh stadium in Bharatpur. The three-day Brajholi Mahotsav will come to an end in the evening at the Rangilo Rajasthan Sanskratik Sandhya at Vishwapriya Shastri Park.

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