Durga Puja Pandals in Delhi!!!
Bhog prasad is traditionally made of desi ghee. But this year, the main attraction of this Durga Puja pandal, which daily attracts 3000 visitors, is that its bhog prasad is being prepared with organic ingredients and olive oil. Also, they are celebrating 150th birth anniversary of Rabindranath Tagore, India’s first Nobel laureate, so the pandal has been dedicated to him. Special collection of his poems, songs, paintings, have been put on display.
Address: E Block, Uday Shankar Park, adjacent to E block Gurudwara, GK-II. Nearest Metro Station Nehru Place
Kashmire Gate Pandal
The oldest Durga Puja in the city, the Kashmere Gate pandal, since its an Indian festival it is celebrated with the Indian tradition and food is served at its best.
Address: Alipore Road, Opposite Indraprastha College for Women Kashmere Gate Nearest Metro Station Civil Lines Cooperative Grounds.
Durga Puja pandal, CR Park
One of the most visited pandals in the Bengali-dominated Chittaranjan Park, it’s structure has been made to resemble Kuthi Badi, which was Rabindranath Tagore’s native home.
Address: Cooperative Ground, K-2033, Chittaranjan Park Nearest Metro Station Nehru Place.
Milani Puja Committee
This pandal is known for its innovative themes. This year it’s Commonwealth Games. The pandal is shaped like Jawaharlal Nehru stadium with the entrance looking like a king’s crown.
Address: DDA Park, near Supreme Enclave Apartments Nearest Metro Station Mayur Vihar, Phase-1 Matrimandir Puja Samiti