5 Durga Pujo Pandal in Delhi NCR


Durga Puja starts on 20 October, and we’re all set for some pandal-hopping. Here’s where to catch all the action in the city and of course, enjoy delish food like Alur Torkari, Sondesh, Begun Bhaja, Kolar Bora and more such delicacies.

Maruti Vihar hosts one of the oldest Durga pujas in Gurgaon. There's no doubt that the celebrations here will take place in true Bong spirit. The Durga Puja will be held from October 20 to October 24 this year! Nearest Metro Station: MG Road

Maruti Vihar, Gurgaon

As CR Park is also known for its food, indulge in homemade aloo poshto, begun bhaja and maacher jhol made by the residents in their own kitchens. Nearest Metro Station: Nehru Enclave

CR Park, Mela Ground

One of the oldest pujos in the city, this is organised by the Delhi Durga Puja Charitable & Cultural Samiti every year (since 1910) in North Delhi. Nearest Metro Station: Kashmere Gate

Kashmere Gate

The Milani Puja Committee hosts grand Pujo celebrations with pandals that have the most unique themes. They’re also known for their stately pandals and the traditional evening aarti, which is as good as the ones you’d find in Kolkata. Nearest Metro Station: Mayur Vihar-1

Mayur Vihar-1

What’s more, they still carry the idol of Ma Durga to the place of immersion on an illuminated cart, as per ancient tradition. You can visit the pandal from October 20 to October 24. Nearest Metro Station: Civil Lines

Civil Lines

Laxmi Nagar Sarvojanin Durgapuja Samity , who just celebrated their Golden Jubilee, is all set to celebrate the 54th edition of Durgotsav. Their pandal is one of the oldest, and you can celebrate in the 'Bengali School', from October 20 to  Nearest Metro Station: Laxmi Nagar

Laxmi Nagar

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