Navratri is one of the festivals that is celebrated across India. Each place has its own unique way of celebrating Navratri, the 9 days dedicated to 9 forms of Goddess Durga.
Mumbai is one among the best places to celebrate Navratri. This seson, travel to Mumbai to get the real flavour of garbha and a whiff of the festive air! Let us check out some of the best places to celebrate Navratri in Mumbai.
Kora Kendra Grounds
Located at Haridas Nagar in Bolivari West, Kora Kendra Navratri Mahotsav is one of the colourful sights of Navratri festivities in the city. This area is populated with Gujaratis, thus garbha or dandiya are among the main events of the festival. Season tickets are available to attend these events during the nine nights.
Goregaon Sports Club
Goregaon Sports Club is one of the most happening Navratri venues of Mumbai. Located at Goregaon Malad Link Road, the club is where you can enjoy dancing to the traditional beats of dandiya in those colourful costumes! Popular Indi-pop singers and other celebrities are often part of the events here.
Adlabs Imagica at Khapoli is another hotspot to attend Navratri events. Tickets for the festivities are available online, and you are invited to experience the music, dance and much more at Mumbai!
Chandan Kunj, also known as Malpani Ground is located at Borivali. Meera's Navratri Utsav is the festival that takes place here during this season. Take part in these celebrations and to be a part of these events attended by film stars and other celebrities.
Apart from these places, several other organisers also hold events related to Navratri to entertain residents and visitors to the city. Some of them are Tulip Star Hotel at Juhu Tara road, Bhavan's College Ground at Andheri West and Essel World. Navratri pandals, garbha, sweets and other delicacies are some of the reasons that make the festival one of its kind. Visit Mumbai during this season to engage in these activities and take home some colourful memories!
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