Holi is known as Dol Jatra in West Bengal, where idols of Radha Krishna is placed in palanquin & taken around the city.
The festival of colours is called Rangpanchami in the state of Maharashtra by locals specially by fishermen's community.
Holi is also known as Basant Utsav in West Bengal, people joyfully welcome Spring with songs, dance, flowers & colours.
In Virandavan locals call Holi as Lathmar Holi which is played with colors, flowers, bamboo sticks & shield.
Holi is named as Hola Mohalla in Punjab, initiated by Guru Gobind Singh from the day of Holi a 3 day fair is held annually.
In Goa Holi is known as Shigmo it is celebrated with colors followed with huge procession showing religious stories.
In Tamil Nadu people celebrate holi to worship Kamdev for his sacrifice to awake Shiva, Holi is known as Kaman Pandigai.
In Bihar & Jharkhand Holi is known as Phagwa or Phagun Purnima, it is also considered as New Year as per Hindu calendar.