Holla Mohalla (Punjab)
Holla Mohalla is a Sikh festival celebrated in the month of March, usually after Holi. The word Moholla has been derived from an Arabic word "hal" which means "alighting or descending". Mohalla is a Punjabi word which signifies an organized procession in the form of an army column. Furthermore, Holla Mohalla stands for "mock fight". The festival is marked by Sikhs demonstrating martial arts in the form of simulated battles that are accompanied by war-drums and standard bearers. This annual festival is celebrated with great zeal and gusto in the north-eastern region of Punjab, in Anandpur Sahib and Kiratpur Sahib. The festival provides a great opportunity to photograph and experience the warrior glory of the Sikhs.
12th to 14th March 2017
Day 1 :
Departure from Delhi by Road for Chandigarh.
Overnight stay at Chandigarh.
Day 2 :
Start early morning for Anandpur Sahib breakfast en route, spend the whole day capturing the vibrant colors of the mela.
Day 3 :
10am check out from the hotel visit the famous Nek Chands
Rock Garden. By 12pm leave for Delhi Lunch and Tea en route and
reach Delhi by 6pm.
Cost of Tour Rs 16000/- Ex. Delhi
The price includes:
Star accommodations on Twin sharing Basis
Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
4×4 transportation where needed
Fee for the Guide and local help
Water light refreshment
Health and travel insurance
Beverages alcoholic or non alcoholic
Also not included: extra costs due to unanticipated changes in your itinerary for reasons beyond our control.
*Prices & Itinerary are approximate (Prices, flow/sequence of itinerary or daily events are approximate) and subject to change.
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