Best Places To Visit in March In India - Must Visit Tourist Destinations

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Best Places to Visit in India in March

The month that lies on the brink of summer and spring, the choice of places to visit in March in India is practically irresistible. With the winter just shedding its coat, misty mornings and pleasant weather throughout the day are what makes for the ideal getaway. Here are a few places to visit in March in India where you can plan your retreat to prepare for the summers.

Here is the list of 35 Best Places To Visit in March In India - Must Visit Tourist Destinations

1. Shigmo Festival, Goa

The Shigmo festival that takes place in the Konkani diaspora of Goa, during the spring season, is a beautiful and auspicious festival of Hindus that celebrates the vibrancy of colours. The festival spans five days. In other regions of the country, Hindus, more commonly, celebrate Holi, which is a part of it. Lying on the west coast, Goa is one of the best places to visit in March to witness the Shigmo Festival. The Hindu community marks the festival by building and painting elaborate mural and idols depicting scenes and tales from Hindu Mythology. Read more about Shigmo Festival here.

Dates: Thursday, 21st March 2020

2. Velas Turtle Festival, Ratnagiri

One of the best places to visit in March, the sleepy little village of Velas in the Konkan belt of Maharashtra throngs with travellers and bustles with activity - the ‘Velas turtle festival,’ an annual event dedicated to the conservation of Olive Ridley turtles takes place. Held at the Velas beach of Ratnagiri, 200 kms from Pune, the Velas turtle festival has been gaining much popularity in the eco-tourism sector both nationally and internationally. While the activities of conservation of turtle eggs take place at the beach, the natives of the pristine coastal village offer visitors many exhilarant local activities and culinary experiences, turning the festival into a cherish worthy multi-day event.

Dates: Batch 1 : 29th Feb - 01st March 2020, Batch 2 : 07th - 08th March 2020, Batch 3 : 09th - 10th March 2020 ( Holi Festival Special ), Batch 4 : 14th - 15th March 2020​, Batch 5 : 21st - 22nd March 2020, ​Batch 6 : 28th - 29th March 2020

3. Rishikesh, Uttarakhand - Yoga Capital of the World

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Known For : Rafting in Rishikesh Lakshman Jhula Triveni Ghat

Rishikesh is one of the best places to visit in March in India as Rishikesh witness International Yoga Festival where trainers and experts from over the world gather in the town. Also, the way Rishikesh effortlessly turns from a religious hub to a cluster of cafes outlined by hushed hippie culture will let you open another layer to this one by landing here this Holi. Registrations for IYF remain strictly online and takes place in the first week of March. Situated along with the convergence of Ganga and Chandrabhaga, Rishikesh on the foothills of Himalayas is the hub of many ancient temples, popular cafes, yoga ashrams and adventure sports.

Dates for International Yoga Festival: Sun, 1 Mar, 2020 – Sat, 7 Mar, 2020

Best Time: Throughout the year

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4. Vrindavan and Mathura, Uttar Pradesh - Lord Krishna's Childhood Abode for Holi

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Known For : Banke Bihari Mandir Prem Mandir Radha Raman Temple

Vrindavan, an abode of one of the most loved Hindu deities, Krishna. The most popular celebrations that start about 40 days before the Indian festival of Holi, attracts quite the crowd from around the country and the world making it one of the best places to visit in March in India. In the temple cities of Vrindavan and Mathura, and especially in the ISKCON temples, the festival is celebrated not with colours, (as is the tradition) but with flower petals. The town is decorated beautifully and is lit up during the night, with every temple and house up in the celebrations.

Dates: Monday, 9th March - Tuesday, 10th March

Best Time: October to March

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5. Leh Ladakh, Jammu & Kashmir - India's Own Moonland

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Known For : Pangong Lake Magnetic Hill Zanskar Valley

A land like no other with a superabundance of attractions to visit and phantasmagoric and fabulous landscapes, amazing people and culture, Ladakh is truly a heaven on Earth. Leh-Ladakh is one of the best places to visit in March in India as it celebrates, Matho Monastery, located at a distance of 26 kms from Ladakh observes annual Matho Narang Festival. It is believed that at this time of the year, two oracles inhabit the body of two specially chosen monks, who then predict the future of the village and individuals. There are ceremonial masks, ancient Thangpa paintings and monks performing spell bounding acts.

Best Time: Jun to Sep

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6. Ranthambore, Rajasthan - One of the best national parks to visit in March in India

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Known For : Jeep Safari Ranthambore Ranthambore Tiger Reserve Ranthambhore Fort

Although the appropriate time to enjoy the pleasant climate in Ranthambore is September to February, March is the month for wildlife buffs to visit the place. The most popular destination here is the Ranthambore National Park and the Ranthambore Fort. The Park, that started as a tiger preservation site for Project Tiger in 1973, has now become the biggest and most populated tiger reserve in the country. The onset of summer is when the forest is at its barest and tiger spotting is the easiest. Located within the park is the Ranthambore Fort, which is one of the six forts in Rajasthan to be a part of the World Heritage Sites. Home to the most elusive leopards and the fishing cat, the Ganesh Temple is thronged by thousands of pilgrims during the annual Ganesh Festival. For those who can't make it to the festival, any Wednesday is perfect to witness the deity dressed in decadence and worshipped in finery by the locals.

Best Time: October to Apr

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7. Havelock Island, Andaman Nicobar-islands

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One of the most beautiful and serene islands in the Andaman cluster, Havelock is a paradise for those looking for a serene escape. A popular honeymooners destination as well, one of the most talked-about part of Havelock, is beach number 7, also known as the Radha Nagar Beach. Awarded in 2004 as the 'Best Beach in Asia', by Time, the swimming elephants are the most popular attraction here. With temperature not hovering over 20 degrees and cool ocean breezes flowing throughout the day, the beautifully made villas and picturesque houses make Havelock one of the best places to visit in March in India.

8. Lathmar Holi, Mathura - A unique place to visit in March in India for Holi

Holi, a festival of colours that marks the victory of good over evil is one of the main festivals of Hindus. It is celebrated with great vigour and enthusiasm throughout India. Lathmar Holi is celebrated 4-5 days prior to the festivities of other states. However, it is interesting to note how this festival is celebrated in a rather peculiar way in Nandgaon and Barsana towns in Mathura-district of Uttar Pradesh. The towns are located some 42 kms from Mathura and are extremely popular for the celebrations during Holi. The natives are known for their interesting way of playing Holi with not only colours but also sticks. Thandai (a sweet drink) and Holi go hand in hand, so don't miss out on it!

Date: March 10th, 2020

9. Sikkim - Home to the Kanchenjunga

A gem in the north-east, Sikkim is the perfect place to visit in March in India for those looking forward to getting away from their harsh metropolitans. Ravangla, Sikkim's only tea estate, is flanked by the Kanchendzonga peak, is one of the hidden treasures of the valley, as are the 200 species of orchids and rhododendrons. With easy to moderately difficult hikes, that can be easily traversed by children and older people alike, to the majestic Tsongmo Lake, and the rapid water sports in the Teesta and Rangeet river, Sikkim has something to offer to people from every walk of life. March is one the perfect months to visit the place for its breezy weather and slightly nippy air for those who want to experience Sikkim in its full glory.

10. Kaziranga National Park, Assam - Home to the One Horned Rhino

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One of the most picturesque wildlife parks in India, Kaziranga is the natural habitat of the one-horned rhinoceros. It houses more than two-thirds of the world's total number of rhinos. It is a well sustained ecological park where you can spot swamp deer, sloth bears, Bengal foxes and plenty of bird life. A must-do thing here is the elephant safari to look for rhinoceros hiding in the expansive grasslands. In March, the wildlife is at its most visible, making it a good time to visit Kaziranga.

Best Time: October to June

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11. Shillong, Meghalaya - Scotland of the East

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Known For : Umiam Lake Elephant Falls Police Bazar

Shillong continues to be the cultural and educational hotspot of the north-east and is also a popular place to visit in March in India. With what can be called as raw life pulsating through Meghalaya's capital, Shillong in March welcomes visitors with clear blue skies forming the perfect backdrop of the Khasi Hills that flank the city on its east. Be it shopping on the Bara Bazar and the Police Bazar, or long walks among the pine trees and waterfalls or an enriching visit to the Don Bosco Museum, a vacation in Shillong in itself is a complete experience.

Best Time: September to May

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12. Ooty, Tamil Nadu - Queen of the Nilgiris

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Known For : Nilgiri Mountain Railway Ooty Lake Emerald Lake, Ooty

If a lost world colonial charm is your idea of a dream vacation, look no farther than Ooty. Complete with a toy train ride to the quaint little hill station. All English everything, from the colonial style bijou, fenced flower gardens, evergreen hills and the thatched roof churches of course. The sleepy hamlet has a memorable stupor, and a sense of timelessness, with lush botanical gardens, lakes, tea plantations and waterfalls. When here, don't forget to check out popular spots like Tiger Hill, Ooty Lake and the Dodabetta Peak.

Best Time: Throughout the year

13. Coorg, Karnataka - The Scotland of India

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Known For : Abbey Falls Talakaveri Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary Golden Temple (Namdroling Monastery)

Located amidst imposing mountains in Karnataka with a perpetually misty landscape, Coorg is the place to be for all nature lovers.  This popular coffee producing hill station is not only popular for its beautiful green hills and the streams cutting right through them. It also stands as a popular place to visit in March in India because of its climate, culture and people. The Kodavas, a local clan specialising in martial arts, are especially notable for their keen hospitality.

Best Time: October to March

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14. Elephant Festival in Jaipur, Jaipur

Conforming to the idea of a central festival celebrated with regional variations, the 'Pink City,' the city of Jaipur witnesses an extraordinary form of celebration on the occasion of Holi. The city of Jaipur, in the Indian state of Rajasthan, organizes a festivity cum show of elephants on this occasion. Widely famous by the name of 'Jaipur Elephant festival' the festival produces a most spectacular of scenes for the onlookers.

Dates: The next Jaipur Elephant festival is to be celebrated on Tuesday 10th of March, 2020 in the city of Rajasthan, from 4:00 PM onwards.

15. Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu - The Princess of Hill Stations

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Known For : Green Valley View (Suicide Point) Kodai Lake Bear Shola Falls

Kodaikanal is an exceptionally laid back hill station to visit in March in India in the lush Palani Hills of the Western Ghats. With a slight fog looming in mornings and evenings, it is a popular honeymooners' destination and the sleepy traveller's paradise. Nature walks in the overly green fields, cycling in the long stretched roads and having brunches at viewpoints are some of the things you can do during your retreat here. Don't miss the sparkling waterfalls when in Kodai.

Best Time: September to May

16. Basanta Utsav, Shantiniketan, West Bengal

With the onset of Spring Bishwabharati University at Shantiniketan gears up for the Basanta Utsav (celebration of spring), the annual Bengali festival to celebrate Holi. It was the poetic mind of Nobel-laureate Rabindranath Tagore, who introduced this lovely occasion in a special way. There is a riot of colours with yellow taking the centre stage. As it’s spring and keeping to true to its spirit everyone is seen attired in colourful dresses.

Dates: March 10th, 2020

17. Halebidu, Karnataka - A glorious sparkling ruin

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Known For : Belur Hoysaleswara Temple Yagachi Dam

Formerly known as Dwarasamudra, Halebid (or Halebidu) is located in the Hassan district of Karnataka state. Halebid is a city with a glorious past adorned with a strikingly beautiful collection of temples, shrines and sculptures. It is also known as the Gem of Indian architecture owing to its sterling Hoysala architecture, its magnificent temple complexes and some stunning Jain sites. Once the regal capital of Hoysala empire, the city is in ruins now. But it still attracts tourists in droves, thanks to its rich heritage, striking art and architecture.
A great place to visit in March in India, Hoysala Mahotsav, a one-day celebration of classical and folk dances and music takes place with some, of the most celebrated artists.

Best Time: October to March

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18. Mount Abu, Rajasthan - A beautiful hill station in Rajasthan

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Known For : Dilwara Temples Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary Nakki Lake

The only hill station of Rajasthan, its cool atmosphere and lush green surroundings make it a major tourist spot within the state. The most important attraction, however, are undoubtedly the Dilwara temples, which is one of the most stunning piece of architecture in the country. It is one of the best places to visit in March in North India for its excellent climate.

Best Time: October to March

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19. Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh - The birthplace of Dalai Lama

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Known For : Sela Pass Tawang Monastery Madhuri Lake

Tawang is usually thronged by travellers in pre- and post-monsoon and pre-winters, but for those who'd want to visit the place when it is less crowded and more soaked in slightly cold breezes, March-April is the time to be here. To get to Tawang, one has to go through the Sela Top Pass, which is covered in snow mostly throughout the year. One of the most enrapturing places to not miss when in Tawang, is the Tipi Orchid Sanctuary which blooms with hundreds of varieties of orchids all year round. The famous and much sought out Tibetan festival, Losar, is also held in the months of February-March here.

Best Time: September to March

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20. Munnar, Kerala - Tea Gardens, Lakes and Pretty little hill-station

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Known For : Echo Point, Munnar Photo Point Atukkad Waterfalls

At a height of 6000 feet, you can be assured about tranquillity and a safe distance away from the doldrums of city life in Munnar in Kerala. Situated at the confluence of Nallathanni, Kundaly and Madharupuzha rivers, the weather all around the year is just perfect to go for an exhilarating trek or a laid back elephant ride, or even boating. Tea and spice plantations dot the landscape and the tea museum here is an absolute must visit for all travellers to Munnar. The aromas of this tiny town will faintly remain in your mind for the months to come.

Best Time: September to May

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21. Hampi, Karnataka - The abode of bygone ruins, rusty colors and fascinating landscape

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Known For : Virupaksha Temple, Hampi Vithala Temple Lotus Palace

A World Heritage Site, Hampi is a place where you can lose yourself amongst the bewitching ruins or be mesmerised by the vagaries of nature. The forlorn ruins of Hampi make you spellbound the minute you cast your eyes on it. Millions of years of volcanic activity and erosion have resulted in such a forlorn landscape. It is a major pit stop for the travellers. The Hampi Bazaar is a travellers ghetto with the village crammed with shops and restaurants. It is possible to see the main sites in a day or two, however, plan on lingering for a while.

Best Time: October to March

22. Lakshadweep - Blue Sea and Unspoiled Beaches

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Known For : Minicoy Island Agatti Islands Bangaram Island

Literally meaning a 'hundred thousand islands', Lakshadweep has few of the most beautiful and exotic islands and beaches of India. March to May are also good months but the weather will be hotter by 2-3-degree Celcius. Summers here are accompanied by a smorgasbord of adventure activities, which include various water sports. Be it scuba diving, snorkelling, or plain old swimming; once you decide to take part in any sport, you shall not be disappointed.

Best Time: September to May

23. Rameshwaram, Tamil Nadu - The Bridge on the Indian Ocean

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Known For : Rameshwaram Temple Dhanushkodi Temple and Beach Jatayu Tirtham

Rameshwaram is one of the holiest places in India and a great place to visit in March in India. March is also called the pilgrim season in Rameshwaram, meaning the town may be exceptionally crowded with chances of various processions and chants throughout the area. It is separated by a small Pamban channel from Sri Lanka. According to the Hindu mythology, this is the place where Lord Rama created a bridge across the sea to Sri Lanka.

Best Time: Throughout the year

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24. Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh - The Spiritual Capital of India

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Known For : Kashi Vishwanath Temple Dashashwamedh Ghat Sankat Mochan Hanuman Temple

Varanasi, the world's oldest continually habited city, can turn out to be one of your favourite stops. Also known as 'Kashi' or 'Benaras', it is regarded as one of Hinduism's seven holy cities. People come here from all around the globe to the ghats lining the River Ganga to wash away a lifetime of sins or cremate their loved ones. Varanasi is a magical place, but definitely not for the faint-hearted. A walk along the ghats or a boat ride in the river will create some wonderful memories. Brace yourself for one of the most blindingly colourful and unrelentingly chaotic city, which is the beating heart of the Hindu universe.

Best Time: October to March

25. Punjab - Smiling State Of India

Hola Mohalla in Punjab is a festival to prove your strength making Punjab an intriguing place to visit in March in India. The warrior Holi festival is put up by the Nihang Sikhs celebrated with great gusto by showcasing martial art skills while shouting their heart out. Although Holi is celebrated without showering colours, during Holi, the peasant woman of the state, enhance their walls and courtyards with paintings known as Chowkpoorana.

Dates: March 10th - March 12th

26. Jaipur, Rajasthan - The Pink City

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Known For : Amer Fort City Palace, Jaipur Hawa Mahal

The Pink City, Jaipur is one of the most colourful, royal and majestic cities in India. It is a gateway to India's most flamboyant state. At the city's heart is located the City Palace, Jantar Mantar, the royal observatory, and the honeycomb Hawa Mahal. The food of Jaipur attracts tourists from all over the world, with its bazaars adding to the appeal. This place boasts of modernity while maintaining the traditional values. Jaipur is one of the best places to visit in March in India to witness the famous 'Elephant Festival', which is held on the day of Holi, and features Elephant polo and Elephant dance. It has a unique feel to it which can only be experienced once you are there.

Best Time: October to March

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27. Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh - The Architectural Masterpiece

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Known For : Light and Sound Show, Khajuraho Dulhadev Temple Kandariya Mahadev Temple

Khajuraho, known around the world for its majestic temples adorned with sensual and exotic carvings, boasts of the finest temple art in the world. These temples are superb examples of Indo-Aryan architecture and attract a large number of tourists. Out of the original 85 temples, 20 have survived the ravages of time. The Western Group of temples boasts of some stunning artwork. Khajuraho has also been accorded the status of UNESCO World Heritage Site. Be aware that missing out on Khajuraho means missing out on some of the most beautiful temples in India.

Best Time: July to March

28. Gokarna, Karnataka - Land of palm trees, blue seas and golden sands

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Known For : Om Beach Mahabaleshwara Temple Paradise Beach, Gokarna

With its pristine beaches and breathtaking landscapes, Gokarna is a Hindu pilgrimage town in Karnataka and a newly found hub for beach lovers and hippies. Situated on the coast of Karwar, Gokarna is a small town in Karnataka, primarily known for two reasons ? its beaches and temples. The temples in the town are most lively around festivals of Shivratri and Ganesh Chaturthi. November to February is especially crowded with a lot of foreigners. So in March, you can expect lesser crowd but the vibe won't be dead like during the offseason, i.e monsoon.

Best Time: Throughout the year

29. Wayanad, Kerala - Nature's Abode

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Known For : Banasura Sagar Dam Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary Chembra Peak

Replete with enchanting waterfalls, historical caves, comfortable resorts and homestays, this popular town is famous for its spice plantations and wildlife. Among the prettiest areas of Kerala, Wayanad has a multitude of options for its visitors. Walking through the sprawling spice plantations, taking that trek into the pre-historic caves and experiencing a resort holiday is one of the many things you can do to get a taste of Wayanad. A great place to visit in March in India to spot wild elephants & beautiful scenery, Wayanad is guaranteed to please your travel senses. Overall, a perfect weekend idea from cities of South India. Although the temperature in Wayanad remains nearly constant throughout the year but the best time to visit Wayanad is October- May. The weather is extremely good during this period of time.

Best Time: Throughout the year

30. Palakkad, Kerala - The Gateway of Kerala

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Known For : Parambikulam Tiger Reserve Silent Valley National Park Palakkad Fort

The quaint twee town of Palakkad boasts of picturesque landscape, tranquil scenery and clear backwaters. Palakkad gets its name from pala trees which once dominated the area. Located near a wide low pass in the Western Ghats mountain ranges, Palakkad is the land of Palmyras and Paddy Fields and is famous as the "gateway of Kerala". In March, Chinakkathoor Pooram happens in Palakkad. A sparkling and extravagant procession of elephants, a ritualistic shadow puppet show, Kerala orchestra and countless local art and cultural practices come together to create the perfect Kerala festival.

Best Time: July to March

31. Gangtok, Sikkim - The Gateway to Sikkim

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Known For : Nathula Pass MG Road, Gangtok Rumtek Monastery

Gangtok is one of the best places to visit in March for its relaxing escapade from the rigour of our daily lives. Away from the scorching heat, Gangtok is home to cold and comfortable summers between March and June with temperatures that hardly rise above 23 degree Celsius. This is also an excellent time to explore the northern as well as the western parts of this hill station since these are allowed to be visited only for a limited period during summer. Since it is the peak season, be prepared for large crowds of people.

Places to Visit: The Rumtek Monastery, Ganesh Tok, Baba Harbhajan Singh Temple, Tinkitam, and Do Drul Chorten, among others.

Best Time: Throughout the year

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32. Kumaon, Uttarakhand

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Known For : Panchachuli Glacier Nanda Devi Temple Narayan Ashram

Kumaoni or Khadi Holi of Uttrakhand is a serious musical affair making it an exciting place to visit in March in India. This Holi festival in India is celebrated by the locals who wear traditional clothes Chudidaar, Nokdaar Topi and Kurta Pyjama and dance in groups singing Khari songs. The music is played by the traditional Dhol and Hurka. Later, the crowd moves in procession greeting people in the surroundings.
The celebrations last for two months.

Dates: Starting from March 10th, 2020

Best Time: Throughout the year

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33. Manipur - Jewel of India

The festival of Holi merges with Yaoshang in Manipur and is celebrated with dance and music. The festivities begin with the burning of hay and twigs which is followed by a folk dance called Thabal Chongba. The drums and rhythmic beats fill the night of full moon (Phalgun) with folk songs and dances.

Date: March 10th, 2020. The celebrations begin six days before the festival.

34. Udaipur, Rajasthan - The city of Lakes

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Known For : Lake Pichola City Palace, Udaipur Fateh Sagar Lake

On the eve of Holi in India, a ritual called Holika Dahan is celebrated where the locals light bonfires to chase the evil spirits making it one of the best places to visit in March in India. The Mewar family of Udaipur grandly celebrates the festival. The crowd goes on a procession from the royal residence to Manek Chowk of the city palace.

Date: March 10th, 2020

Best Time: October to March

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35. Amritsar, Punjab - One of the best place to visit in March in India for great weather

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Known For : Golden Temple Wagah Border Jallianwala Bagh

Home of the glorious Golden Temple, the iconic city of Amritsar, portrays the heroic character of the Punjab. A day in this peaceful city starts with the spiritual prayers from Gurudwaras. The original name of first the ancient lake, then of the temple complex, and later the surrounding city, meaning "pool of ambrosial nectar."

Best Time: October to March

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These are our best places to visit in March in India! Let us know what you think in the comments below!

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