The Brahmotsava Festival is celebrated for ten days after Holi (February or March) and draws thousands of visitors. On the day known as Rath Ka Mela, devotees pull a giant wooden chariot from the Rangji Temple to its gardens and back. There are daily yagnas and processions organised during the ten days of the festival and utsava murtis (deities) are arranged on chariots made up of gold, silver, sandalwood and so on. Crowds throng this place from all parts of nation just to attend holy processions during this festival.
Timings for Brahmotsava Festival in Vrindavan
Feb or March: