The Spectacular Braj ki Holi - March 2020

March 3, 2020 (8:30 a.m.) to March 6, 2020 (1:30 p.m.)


March 3, 2020 (8:30 a.m.) to March 6, 2020 (1:30 p.m.)


New Delhi – Vrindavan – Barsana - Nandgaon – New Delhi.



Last registration date:

Feb. 25, 2020

Led by:

Dheeraj Paul


The Spectacular Braj ki Holi @ Barsana & Nandgoan – A Guided Photo-Expedition led by acclaimed Mentor Dheeraj Paul & curated by Indian Photo Tours.

For a memorable Holi experience, embark on a journey to Vrindavan, breathe in the sacred air of festivity and get drenched in the feeling of romance and love. The colours of Holi add a blissful facade on it and experience something which photographers of the world dream about – the pulse racing experience of Braj Ki Holi at Barsana and Nandgoan.

It's a photographer's itinerary designed by photographers and logistics professionals who genuinely know the land inside out, the languages and the culture and offer myriad photography opportunities, richer material that's rare, insightful, un-spoilt and well suited to serious photography across genres.

The Holi-celebrations at Nandgoan and Barsana takes place few days before the actual date for Holi. Capture the best of this mind blowing Photo-expedition deep in the streets of one of the most popular rustic locations – the villages itself , the temples and colorful village streets of Barsana and Nandgoan. At both these villages, girls are believed to be Radha’s incarnate, and men represent Krishna. All the events are centered around the core-essence of the Radha-Krishna love story. The occasion is celebrated with immense zeal and fervor, reliving the glorious legends associated with them.

Join us to capture the colorful ,mystic and spectacular phenomenon of this amazing Braj Ki Holi led by acclaimed Photo Mentor Dheeraj Paul and truly professional team of Indian Photo Tours and promise you one of the best guided photography escapade you would have ever experience...


New Delhi – Vrindavan – Barsana - Nandgaon – New Delhi.

Tour Dates: 3rd of March 2020 to 6th of March 2020 (Starts & ends at New Delhi)

Tour Starts at: 8.30AM (3rd of March 2020)

Tour Ends at: 1.30PM (6th of March 2020).

Total Duration:

4 days & 3 nights / Stay and all meals included along with Hot beverages.


Cost per participant - ₹39,500/- on double occupancy basis.

Includes Stay for 4 days / 3 nights / Inland Group Transfer from New Delhi/All Meals/Guided Photography Mentoring/Critic session/Detailed Tour briefings through multiple shoot and discussion sessions.

Special Offer for Sony Alpha Users:

First Time Alpha Photo Tour Participants are eligible to pay 50% of the above costs.

Repeat Sony Alpha Photo-Tour Participants get 25% off on the cost of the Tour.


If you want to be on this Master Class & Guided Photography Experiences and require any assistance/information, call Indian Photo Tours at 9910903636 / 9811044788 / 9891334558 or write to them at

Last date of Registration : 10/02/2020 -Seat allocations purely on first come first basis Registrations - Hurry Limited seats are eligible under the special offer.


New Delhi – Vrindavan – Barsana - Nandgaon – New Delhi.

  1. Sanjiv Bhandula
    Phone: 9910903636

    Phone: 9891334558

About Dheeraj Paul

Dheeraj Paul, (born: 1974, Delhi) internationally acclaimed photographer, hails from a family of well-known skilled professional photographers. He has been working for over two decades as an editorial & advertising photographer.His specializations are People & Travel, Fine-Art Photography, Food and Architecture Photography.He believes in stealing moments in daily-life situations. Besides outdoor photography he is an expert in indoor lighting situations and studio lighting set-ups. He teaches Advanced Photography to Post Graduate students at the AJK Mass Communication Research Centre at the Jamia Millia Islamia University, Delhi. He Mentors Photography Master Class, Photo Expeditions & Nature Camps with his trained team across South East Asia.Dheeraj is part of Jury for renowned Sony World Photography Awards 2014. He has also been invited thrice in a row for the International Jury by HUMANITY PHOTO AWARDS 2009, 2011 & 2013 China, which was jointly organized by the China Folklore Photographic Association (CFPA) and the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).