Durga Puja is the most important for Bengalis and last four days of Durga puja celebrate as Navratri Celebration. I have a list of famous Durga Puja Pandals in Delhi. Have a look!
Durga Puja Samiti in Mela Ground holds a very special place in the hearts of devotees. There are four main Durga Pujas happening here every year. Over the years, most of the blocks here have started to organise their own pujas, and so you have a variety here like no other place in Delhi.This Pandal is especially the people who would like to experience the Kolkata feeling.
This striking pandal is positioned in CR Park and thus it is considered as one of the famous refined Puja Pandals in Delhi NCR.
Addesss: B-Block, CR Park New Delhi
Nearest Metro Station: Nehru Place
Matri Mandir Samiti in Safdarjung is also solemnized the ‘Durgotsava’ during the nine days of the Navratri festival which holds a very special place in the hearts of Mother –Durga followers. Apart from the idols, the Pandal also looks eye-catching and made by artists who are brought in from Kolkata.
Address: B-2 Block, Safdarjung Enclave, Delhi
Nearest Metro Station: Green Park
Kalibari Mayur Vihar-1 is one of the best Durga Puja Pandals in East Delhi. The biggest event of the year with various cultural competitions and traditional programmes are organised here 5-6 days before to Navratri functions.
The marvellous idols of Durga are decorated with a fusion of classic as well modern style.
Address: Pocket-2, Mayur Vihar-1
Nearest Metro Station: Mayur Vihar-1
If you are very fond of Bonedi Pujo (aristocratic) and you feel like you are at Bengal, reach Minto Road Puja Samiti. The Puja came into being in 1940 and since then it has been continued maintaining its aristocratic glory.
The Durga Puja is maintained by the local Bengali. People also enjoy different cultural programmes.
Address: The connecting point of Deen Dayal Upadhyay Marg and Ahalya Bai Road.
Nearest Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk
It is the oldest Durga Pandal that fixes at Kashmiri Gate each year since 1910. It is maintained by Kashmiri Gate Durga Puja Samiti in Delhi.
The Puja Pandal and Devi Pratima (idol) are crafted in classical style. Durga idol is created here in traditional Daaker Saaj. Daaker Saaj idol is one framed idol that crumpled in silver and golden fabrics. The pandal is beautifully adorned every year, with unique designs.
Address: Bengali Sr Sec School, Alipur Road, Delhi
Nearest Metro Station: Civil Lines
Arambagh Durga Puja Samiti set Durga Pandals are known for their graceful and stylish appearance. During Durgotsava the last day of the Navratri (9th day) festival which holds a very special place in the hearts of Mother –Durga followers.
Their strong cultural backbones Durga Puja Pandals have gained prominence over the year. For Durga Puja, they also organise high-cost and big-budget hopping stalls with designed pillars.
Address: Arambagh, Punchkuian Road
Nearest Metro Station: Rama Krishna Ashram
Timarpur and Civil Lines
This pandal will be celebrating its 102th year this time. Popular for its artistic idols, this pandal also follows the pre-independence Bengali tradition of taking the deity to the place of immersion on a bullock cart.
Address: Govt. Residential Colony
Nearest Metro Station: Vishwavidyalaya