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  • 0 Best Places for Durga Pooja Celebrations in Delhi

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    Durga Pujo celebration is not only about worshiping the Goddess Durga, but its about enjoying the festivity. Visiting best Pujo Pandals with your family and friends in the city, is the main attraction of Durga Pujo. Having authentic bengali food in these pandals is an amazing experience. It happens only in Bengali Culture that Pujo & Non-Veg can be enjoyed together. So, if you are a foodie, then, do not miss the celebrations of Durga Pujo from one pandal to another. Read below to visit Best Places for Durga Pooja Celebrations in Delhi. Recommended Read : Essence of Durga Pooja Celebration Best Places for Durga Pooja Celebrations in Delhi: If you are busy with your job or in your profession or in your day-to-day life, I insist, to set aside these five days of Durga Pujo from Shoshthi to Vijayadashami. Accompany your family & friends, visit the following few of the Best Places for Durga Pooja Celebrations in Delhi. I bet, these five days will be the best five days of the year. Also Read : Rituals of Durga Pooja However, there is one condition for you before you plan to visit any of the Pujo Pandals. That is, be an enthusiast and leave all your worries & tensions aside for these five days. You have all your life and rest of the whole year for your worries and tensions. In any ways, if you spare these five days for your own self, you won't loose anything for sure, but, you will get a memory of life time. So, be an enthusiast and wake the fun loving person inside you up, whether you are a Bengali or not; and, get set go. Information : Schedule of Durga Pooja Daywise Best Places for Durga Pooja Celebrations in Delhi for you to visit & have fun: Arambagh Durga Pujo, Ramkrishna Ashram, Panchkuian Road: This is one of the big budget bigshot Durga Pujo Pandals in the city. Arambagh Pujo Samiti spents about a crore of rupees every year. Their promise is to celebrate Durga Pujo on a grand scale and with a new theme every year.   [caption id="attachment_1211" align="aligncenter" width="3968"] Durga Puja 2017[/caption] Nearest Metro: RK Ashram Location: Panchkuian Road Chittaranjan Park (CR Park) Durga Pujo: You can call CR Park as mini Kolkata. Be it authentic food, culture and traditions, language or the ambiance, the place will give you a feel of being in Kolkata. It will not be difficult for you to cover all the nine Durga Pujo Pandals of CR Park in just one evening. The reason is CR park is not a big area to be covered in few hours. If you are a Bengali, this is place for you to be during Durga Pujo. And, if you are not a Bengali, then this is one the places, you must visit during Durga Pujo. Few tips to make you experience happy and smooth: Avoid taking your own car, because the whole area would be barricade by Delhi Police for security reasons as well as to control traffic and crowd. During these five days of Durga Pujo, none of the vehicles are allowed to enter CR Park. Only residents of CR Park can enter CR Park with their vehicles. To differentiate, residents of CR Park are given passes for these five days to make their commute hassle free. Nearest Metro: Nehru Place Location: Chittaranjan Park Kali Bari, New Delhi Durga Pujo, Mandir Marg, Near Gole Market: This Durga Pujo Pandal is famous for its Dhaaki (Dholak) performance during Sandhya Aarti. Have a look performance in last year (2016) Durga Pujo. [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J4iXrNKrf8Q[/embedyt] VC:Youtube This samiti is very old. Way back in 1925, they have started Durga Pujo Celebrations. People from all over the country & even, from around the globe, specially come here to see the Dhaaki Performance. So, if you are in the city, don't miss the opportunity. [caption id="attachment_1163" align="aligncenter" width="1335"] PC : Google Images[/caption] Nearest Metro: RK Ashram Location: Mandir Marg, Near Gole Market Kali Bari Durga Pujo, Minto Road: [caption id="attachment_1212" align="aligncenter" width="3968"] Durga Pujo 2017[/caption] If you want to witness the true essence of Bengali Culture & Tradition, visit Minto Road Durga Pujo Pandal. This is one of the oldest Durga Pujo Samiti Pandal, still untouched by the commercialization. Nearest Metro: Rajiv Chowk Location: The Cross Section of Deen Dayal Upadhyay Marg & Ahalya Bai Road Kashmere Gate Durga Pujo, Alipore Road, Civil Lines: This Durga Pujo Samiti is 108 years old. At Kashmere Gate, Durga Pujo celebration is happening since 1909. This is the oldest Pandal in the city. Nearest Metro: Civil Lines Location: Alipore Road, opposite Indraprastha College for Women in Civil Lines Safdarjung Enclave, Maitri Mandir Durga Pujo Samiti: [caption id="attachment_1196" align="aligncenter" width="3968"] Durga Pujo 2017[/caption] In Safdarjung Enclave, Maitri Mandir Samiti organizes Durga Pujo. This Pujo Pandal creates the replicas of famous Indian Temples in the form of Durga Pujo Pandal. So, their main attraction of pujo is theme based Pandals. This year they are celebrating Durga Puja with Women Empowerment.     Nearest Metro: Green Park & AIIMS Location: B-2, Safdarjung Enclave Timarpur Durga Pujo: Come here, if you want to enjoy the pre-independence Bengali Tradition. Their idols are very creatively & artistically designed. Nearest Metro: Vishwavidyalaya Location: Government Residential Colony, Timarpur  

  • 0 The ritual of Ravan Dahan or slaying of Ravana is central to the Ramlila performances that take place during Navratri.

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    A spirit of festivity is in the air as the country celebrates Durga Puja, Navratri and Dussehra. It is one of the grandest and most spectacular festivals of India. Stay with us as we bring to you the colourful celebrations from across the country. The ritual of Ravan Dahan or slaying of Ravana is central to the Ramlila performances that take place during Navratri. Here comes the time when the entire country will celebrate the victory of good over evil. Towering effigies of demon King Ravana, his son Meghnad and brother Kumbhakaran blazed and crackled in fiery splendor as Dussehra, symbolizing the triumph of good over evil, will be celebrated across the country with fanfare and traditional fervor.if you stuck in delhi traffic Now you can watch Ravan Dahan LAV KUSH RAMLILA - VIJAYADASHMI - DAY 11 - 2016 DELHI

  • 0 May this occasion of eid will bring thousands of joy,happiness, prosperity and cheer in your face.

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    Eid Mubarak to all those who observed Ramadan! The moon was sighted on Wednesday in Saudi Arabia, which means that Eid al-Fitr, or the “festival of breaking of the fast,” began today. Though a day-long holiday, some countries will observe Eid al-Fitr tomorrow instead. The festival marks end of Ramadan for Muslims and is celebrated with feasts, family gatherings and large groups gathering together for united prayer. Regarded as one of the Five Pillars of Islam, Ramadan is the period when Muslims fast every day from sunrise to sunset. They refrain from consuming food, drink and engaging in sexual relations. It also includes the increased offering of prayers and recitation of the Quran.

  • 0 Explore Bhutan with kids

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    Each family who wish to travel to Bhutan, can discover the best fun filled stays with amazing Himalayan holidays and perfect vacation with Heavenly Bhutan One of the great plus points for Bhutan is that it is easy to book an individual tour for the 6 of you which can be designed to give you just what you want to do. You can either choose a Travel agent in your country who specialises in well planned trips to Bhutan. (more expensive options are also there but they do all the donkey work for you) or choose a Bhutanese agent using www.touristguides.in (or Download TouristGuides App  ) Simply find Tour Guides and directly connect with them for comparing prices and arrange your trip directly with them. You could do the following activities with your children by consulting your travel agent to find out if they can make these arrangements. # Horse riding to Tiger’s Nest monastery and in Phobjikha valley # Fly fishing in Haa valley (I am not sure if this interest you) # Hiking and Camping. Your kids can learn how to cook from your camping crew. # Visiting elementary and middle schools. # Cooking show in a restaurant kitchen. # visiting cultural sites. # visiting farm houses. #See people play archery in Paro. #Play by the river in Punakha. #Visit an Arts and Crafts school in Thimpu #Visit an ancient farmhouse which is more like a museum in Thimpu If we let the kids see a different way of life and learn from that, that is what can be most unique and enjoyable about your family holiday in Bhutan.

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