In Pics | Last day to visit the resplendent Durga Puja pandals in Lucknow; Here's a glimpse-
As the city adorns itself in the resplendent colors of Durga Puja, the final day beckons us to embark on an exhilarating journey through the vibrant pandals. The dedicated enthusiasts and the Durga Pujo samitis have outdone themselves, crafting awe-inspiring replicas of renowned temples that have leave the visitors spellbound.
Here's a glimpse of some of the most dazzling pandals in Lucknow:
Sushant Golf City's Durgotsav 2023, Vint Club Lawn
The Durga Puja Seva Samiti of Sushant Golf City is hosting Durgotsav for the first time this year. You can explore this pandal at the Vint Club lawn.
This pandal offers food stalls, games and activity booths, along with an exciting option for hot air balloon rides at a cost of ₹1,000 per person.
HAL colony Durga Puja Pandal, Indira Nagar
A top pick among Indira Nagar residents, this pandal holds the distinction of being one of the area's oldest.
Featuring a nearby fair with food stalls and various children's rides, there's something for everyone to relish.
Jankipuram Sector F Puja Pandal
Even before opening its doors to the public, the grand Jankipuram Sector F pandal had already taken social media and local influencer pages by storm. A stunning replica of Vrindavan's Prem Mandir, this is a must-see attraction this year!
Bengali Club & Youngmen Association Pandal, Hewett Road, Naka Hindola
In harmony with the centuries-old Bengali club tradition, the annual Durga Puja in the area is a lively and vibrant event.
Don't miss to stop by to witness the mesmerizing sight of Dhakis drumming to traditional Bengali folk beats at this supreme pandal.
Aashiyana Sector K Durga Puja Pandal
Home to majestic idols of Devi and Shiv Parvati, this pandal exudes an unmistakable vibrancy. Surrounded by a myriad of food stalls, it's a must-visit if you reside in the vicinity.
Latouche Road Puja Sangsad Society
Latouche Road Durga Puja, a prominent destination in the city, stands as one of the oldest celebrations in town. Adorned with colossal idols in resplendent golden and silver themes, this year's pandal is resplendent in vivid shades of yellow.
Bang Bharati Park, Badshahnagar
Badshahnagar's Durga Puja Pandal, nestled beside the railway station, continually lures throngs of eager visitors annually. What makes this place truly remarkable is its transformation into a vibrant hub for cultural performances and local talents, adding an electrifying buzz to the festivities.
Overall, to remind you once again, today is Navmi, marking the final day of the Navratri festival.
It's your last shot to dive into the festive fun and go pandal-hopping in Lucknow. So, gather your pals or family and make a beeline for the nearest pandal (or maybe hit up several ones)!