Mumbaikars, go digital this Ganeshotsav with Ghumo App!

Say goodbye to long darshan queues and crowded pandals!

Realising that social distancing is the need of the hour, the Dropnshop Technology Private Limited's Ghumo App has come up with an excellent, efficient and electronic solution. The mobile application that allows you to check the place, parking, availability of services and footfall, now brings you the opportunity to digitally visit the most popular Pandals, do online live darshans, book prasad and online donations.

Safety First

The Ghumo: Check Karo Bahar Chalo is a lifestyle app which allows you to crosscheck various safety norms and pointers with ease before you visit a place, and this has become a blessing this Ganpati Festival! The application is super simple to use and is organised in a neat manner where users can conveniently sort through over 15 pandals, do online darshan and easily avoid the long darshan queues while practising social distancing from the confines of their homes. This is especially suitable for the elderly as they are advised not to step out of their houses until extremely necessary.

Besides online slots, the app also provides with the opportunity to book online prasad and digital donations along with live darshan all across the country!

Popular Pandals

The App has prioritised the popular pandals in the city of Mumbai and devotees have first-hand access to them the minute they boot the app. The mighty effigies of Ketwadi Cha Ganraj, Mumbai Che Peshwa, Sahyadri Krida Mandal, Om Tandav Sarvajanik Utsav Mandal being a few of them!

So, what are you waiting for? Say goobye to long darshan queues and crowded pandals and download the Ghumo App right away!

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