Bucket List of Delhites for Navratri 2019

Bucket List of Delhites for Navratri 2019

If you are celebrating your Navratri away from home for the first time, then this is a must-read for you. Just because you can’t go to your home for celebrations, owing to the grumpy boss or inconsiderate college Dean, don’t you can’t celebrate here in Delhi, away from home. Delhi brings you many options to spend your Navratri delightfully. In these articles, I will cover the best areas for all your requirements from “Pujo” to “Dandiya Nights”.

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Jhandewalan Temple is an ancient Hindu temple that receives many devotees, especially during Navratri. It is one of the most famous temples dedicated to Maa Aadi Shakti. On the occasion of Navratri, special puja is performed at this shrine and the place is beautifully decorated with flowers and vibrant lights.

Kalkaji Temple, dedicated to Maa Kali, this temple is situated amid South Delhi. The ambiance of this temple during Navratri is Serene.

Yogmaya temple, built for goddess Yogmaya, the sister of Lord Krishna in Mehrauli offers a grand celebration of many Hindu festivals, Navratri included.

Gufa Temple, Preet Vihar, East Delhi is about 22 years old. A large cave inside the temple gives the feeling as if one is in the Vaishno Devi shrine. It has another small cave and the main attractions of the cave are the idols of Goddesses Katyayani, Chintpurni and Jwala Devi. Gufa temple is very popular with devotees during the Navratri festival.

You can go on Pandal Hopping spree,

You will find many beautiful Pandals in Delhi and you can easily from one to other to see varieties.

Timarpur & Civil Lines Puja Samity (TPCLPS), Timarpur, New Delhi

The Pandal is based on Pre-Independence Bengal tradition, where they immerse the idol on a bullock cart. What’s best is they never repeat the design of idols. Which makes it a treat to the eyes of every visitor.

Kali Bari Durga Pujo

Are you foodie and love Bengali culture from cuisine to decoration? Then this place is for you, you get to witness authentic food and culture of Bengal, right here in Delhi.

Chittaranjan Park Durga Puja

Don’t you know, this place is a haven for Bengalis staying away from home, already? During Navratri, this place is no less than a carnival on the street.

Timarpur Puja Samity Durga Pujo Pandal

Timarpur Puja Samity has established a benchmark of sophisticated, classical style Pujo. They too follow the traditional method of taking idols on a bullock cart for immersion.

Durga Pujo by Minto Road Puja Samity

Fan of Bondi Pujo and want to see the same in Delhi? Go nowhere but, Pandal in Minto Road. It is a must-attend during Pushpanjali and Dhunuchi Naach.

Durga Pujo by Arambagh Durga Puja Samity

The big fat celebration, inspired by the rich culture of West Bengal, this Pujo is backed by the strong cultural backbone.

Durga Pujo by Matri Mandir Samity, Safdarjung Enclave

Matri Mandir Samity will celebrate the glorious 51st year of Durga Puja celebration. So, you can enjoy the euphoria of festivities here.

Antaranga Durga Pujo, Mayur Vihar

“Durgotsav” of East Delhi’s one of its kind cultural extravaganza, a fusion of India’s rich Cultural Heritage through traditional and contemporary dances, music and other forms of Arts from different regions of India.

If you are someone who takes up any opportunity to get dressed and groove to the beat. Durga puja is famous for its Dandiya Nights all over the country, for the ethnic colorful dress up and the delightful music. Here are Dandiya Nights in different regions of Delhi, where you can go outing with your friends to cherish the eve of Navratri. Time to get decked up with your Kediyu and Kafni Pajama, get your Dandiya face on.

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Dandiya Night 2019 by PSOI

In an attempt to prevent noise pollution, they have introduced the concept of Silent-disco to make Silent Garba. They bring you Informal Silent Disco Dandiya as the Grand Finale of the beautiful night. They will offer you Dandiya Sticks, Headphones, Food & Beverages, more reason to go.

Dandiya Masti 2019 by Rajwada Place Emerald

They have been organizing Dandiya nights from 4 years on an area of 4000 sq feet carpeted area with air conditioning. You get a few free beverages and many options to eat, which are paid.

Dainik Jagran Dandiya Night season

As the name suggests, it will be the 3rd edition of Dainik Jagran Dandiya Night. The singers, who will perform are Shibani Kashyap and Rini Chandra, along with DJ Dipika Panday, more reason for your girl gang to crash this Dandiya Night.

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This list is prepared and curated by us, based on our experience and not sponsored, make sure you do not sit and sulk at your flats away from home this year.

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2 thoughts on “Bucket List of Delhites for Navratri 2019

  1. good post. I’m a Bengali and could perfectly connect with it. Though I’ve been to Delhi once, but could not witness the talent of our “dhaki”-s or eat our favourite fish finger and radhaballabi dishes. The writer could fill that void with her well-researched piece and brought that missing essence of “laal-par-shada-saari” and “dhakku-rakurr-rakku-rakurr” right into the heart. Keep it up!

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