DURGA PUJA AT CR PARK

NAVRATRI CELEBRATION IN NEW DELHI

NAVRATRI CELEBRATION IN NEW DELHI

 

Navaratri are considered to be most colourful festival of India. On the day of navratris, Maa Shakti is worshipped. Goddess Shakti is the symbol of power, purity and knowledge. Navratri is a story of Nine Devi’s, Nine colours , nine days and its significance. Our history is full of treasures and  is celebrated in different ways.

 

NAVRATRI CELEBRATION

The prominent story associated with Navratri is the battle that took place between goddess Durga and the demon Mahishasura. It signifies the win of good over evil.

One of all nine forms of Devi Durga is worshipped every day in Navaratri.

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DURGA PUJA CR PARK

The best thing about Navratris or Durga Puja and Dussehra celebrations in Delhi is that you get to experience vibrant culture of different communities, rituals and delightful food.

 

DURGA PUJA AT CR PARK
DURGA PUJA AT CR PARK

There are 7 Different Types Of Bengali Sarees That You Can Flaunt . The Korial saree is the most famous Bengali saree. It is a crisp white saree with a red border. Married women generally wear this simple and timeless saree, especially during the Durga Puja celebrations.

This white and red saree is said to represent the colours of the Goddess Durga and hence, it is worn mostly during the Durga Puja festival.

Bollywood bengali beauties DRESSED UP FOR Durga Puja

And the spirit to enjoy this festivity is same in the heart of every Delhite. For continuous 10 days, Its like truly party time! I just loved the bengali womens dressed in Red and white sarees with big red bindi and sindoor as a mark of puja ritual.

me at DURGA PUJA AT CR PARK
Me at DURGA PUJA AT CR PARK

Navaratri celebrations and Garba dance sessions are held in pandals or marquees all over the city.

 

Here’s a quick list of few best dandiya nights events in Delhi during Navratris.

Delhi, Dandiya Masti is one of the earliest organizers of dandiya nights in Delhi. Therefore, this event is popular among both Gujaratis and non-Gujaratis. A fun event for the entire family, Dandiya Masti will keep you up and dancing to the beautiful folksongs.

 

GUJARATI FOLK DANCE DURING NAVRATRI

Go pandal hopping across Delhi Durga Puja at CR Park

Durga Puja or Pujo as Bengalis usually call it, has become one of the most celebrated festivals event in Delhi-NCR. Kolkata certainly has the best Pujo celebrations, and has some of the best pandals. But, Delhi-NCR isn’t far behind too. At CR Park, South Delhi, you will be delighted to find beautiful Durga Puja pandals that last for 9 days followed by Durga visarjan on the 10th day.

DURGA PUJA CR PARK
DURGA PUJA CR PARK

Durga puja celebrations in the city has been a trend for a longer time now. The six days of the pujo —Mahalaya, Shashthi, Maha Saptami, Maha Ashtami, Maha Nabami and Vijayadashami — are celebrated with the enthusiasm that’s associated with this eclectic festival.

 

If you are in Delhi, you must visit the pandals during Durga Puja festival. You will enjoy the puja rituals, Durga Stuti and the amazing delicious food at food stalls. For the children, its like a fair where they can do lods of masti, dress new colourful clothes, can enjoy rides and can also enjoy variety of food.

CR Park is also called as Delhi’s mini Bengal

Witness the best of Navratri celebrations in Delhi’s CR Park. A grand pandal, grander feasts and the most beautiful idols, there is so much to this celebration.

Beside this, You can also enjoy the best dandiya nights events in Delhi.

Here’s a quick list of few best dandiya nights events in Delhi.

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Delhi, Dandiya Masti is one of the earliest organizers of dandiya nights in Delhi. This event is popular among both Gujaratis and non-Gujaratis. A fun event for the entire family, Dandiya Masti will keep you up and dancing to the beautiful folksongs

 

  • Delhi Haat (Pitampura)
  • Bollywood Dandiya Raas (Kingdom Of Dreams, Gurgaon)
  • Disco Dandiya (Adventure Island, Rohini)
  • Dandiya Raas & Exhibition (Community Centre, DLF Phase 2)
  • Garba Dandiya Raas (Zorba, The Buddha)
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DANDIYA FEST

So take off for few days, step out of your homes & offices and get ready to explore the city for the best experience of Navratri and Dussehra during Navratri.

food pandals at cr patrk

Also, with festivals, it is important to keep your places neat and clean to welcome Maa Durga and guests at home. Home and office cleaning is a must, but due to our hectic lives, you get to busy with so many things and do not get time for this . So to make you relax and ease your work, especially if you are from Mumbai- Clean Force Housekeeping Services is the best solution as they provide professional housekeeping services. Connect with them here

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13 thoughts on “NAVRATRI CELEBRATION IN NEW DELHI

  1. Navratri is one of the best time of the year..I love doing pandal hopping with my family and the city looks really beautiful

  2. This is such a refreshing post. I would love to witness the navratri fest once in Delhi , seems so much fun. Thanks for bringing this up.

  3. Hey Pooja,

    I loved your write up.. As I am from Kolkata so the Durga Puja is like a fresh breath for every Bengalis… And the saree with red border is their tradition. 🙂 Loved being a part of the Bengal culture not truly a complete Bengali.

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