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Soak in the festive season with Dayal Bagh's Navratri special events in Lucknow from Oct 7

This invite-only event will be graced by renowned navratans on all 9 days.

With the craze of the festivities kicking in, the folks in Lucknow have a new place to celebrate the razzle-dazzle of Durga Puja, Dussehra and Diwali. A 9-day Navratri event, 'Atulya Bharat Ke Rang Dayal Bagh Ke Sang', is being organised at Dayal Bagh in Lucknow, from the 7th to the 15th of October.

This new wing of Dayal Paradise at Sushant Golf City will be hosting weddings, functions and celebrations of all kinds. With its serene and lush green environment, Dayal Bagh offers a rustic aura with its exquisite canopies, huts, canvases, camel sculptures, kuas and a proper desi menu. So read on to know more about the upcoming and exclusive events which are all set to be hosted at this resort to rope you in for a joyous celebration!

Dayal Bagh's rural world in the urban era!

The venue houses a wide-spread lawn, perfect to host big fat Indian weddings, which boasts of two separate cottages for the bride and groom- 'Rudraksh' and 'Parijaat', respectively. The resort has also placed golf carts for easier travel around the campus for the elderly and those who do not enjoy long walks. With ample parking slots and humongous roads accompanying their spacious garden, Dayal Bagh blankets you in a royal feeling as soon as you enter.

The property houses some exquisite plantations which are rarely found in India and their seeds have been imported from across the world, to make this swanky dwelling space, a talk of the town. The resort aims to focus on Indian festivals like Chatth, Navratri, Karva Chauth and the likes, to instill a homely and traditional atmosphere.

The dashing duo: Bagicha & The Melting Point

To top the exclusiveness, Bagicha, an authentic vegetarian restaurant caters to your taste buds here along with providing you with a composed rustic vibe of the diverse parts of India. Further to engage your sweet tooth at The Melting Point, their in-house bakery is serving some of the best exotic and succulent desserts, pastries and baked goodies.

The 9-day event: 'Atulya Bharat Ke Rang Dayal Bagh Ke Sang'

To commemorate Navratri, there is a 9-day event organised at Dayal Bagh which will focus on 9 genres of cultural events and traditional festivities.

October 7: Nav Jalsa Night with Kanchan Kiran Mishra

October 8: Lucknowi Sufi Night with Shivam Mishra

October 9: Rangilo Rajasthani Night with Champe Khan

October 10: Navraas Dandiya Night with Abhinanda Sarkaar

October 11: Aromas of Awadhi Night with Sanjoli Pandey

October 12: Bollywood Night with Indian Idol Fame, Ravi K Tripathi

October 13: Fusion Night with Violent Band

October 14: Retro Night with Violent Band

October 15: Pind The Chaska Night with Violent Band

Knock Knock

Dayal Bagh is decking up to host nine gala nights for all those who would like a jazzy, vibrant and pleasant time away from the hustle-bustle of their daily lives. So put on your festive outfits and dancing shoes but do not forget to carry your matching masks and sanitisers too!

Location: IT Hotel, 03 Sushant Golf City, Lucknow

Timings: 6 PM to 10 PM

Charges: ₹1250/ person

For more details contact: 8188814059 (Mohit)

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