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Festivals in Mumbai

Festivals represent the culture of the place. Incase of Mumbai, the fairs & festival depict the multicultural nature of the city, where people from different sections and religions live amicably. Here you can see lavish celebrations of popular festivals like Holi, Diwali, Raksha Bandhan, Id-Ul-Fitr as well as Christmas. Gudi Padwa is another major occasion observed in the Commercial Capital of India. Since Mumbai has a considerable population of Parsis, the Parsi New Year is also celebrated with much enthusiasm. Some cultural festivals are basically celebrated to encourage tourism and traditional arts in the city. Scroll down to known more about the major fairs and festivals of the Mumbai city of Maharashtra.

Ganesh Chaturthi
Ganesh Chaturthi is among the most auspicious festivals celebrated in Maharashtra during August and September. For Mumbai, this ten days festival is an absolute extravaganza of devotion fused with full throttle fun and camaraderie. Streets bustling with devotees and mammoth size pandals housing the imposing Lord Ganesh, the pot bellied elephant God, Mumbai is enamored in excitement with enthusiasm rife in all corners.  View More

Elephanta Festival
Elephanta is a small island 10kms away from Mumbai harbor that is another of the hot tourist destination around Mumbai. Especially popular among the culture lovers and all those interested in pristine cave architecture and exotic festivals.  View More

Banganga Festival
Perched on Malabar Hill, Banganga tank is housed in the precincts of ancient the Walkeshwar temple. This temple was built by the kings of Silhara dynasty who ruled Bombay from 9th to 13th Century. It was during their reign that Banganga tank was built and was renovated in 1715 by the donation made by Rama Kamath, Bombay's rich businessman and philanthropist.  View More

Mt. Mary Festival
Mt. Mary Church is among the most prominent churches in Mumbai, with devotees flocking here from all faith. Situated in West Bandra past Hill Road the Basilica of our Lady of Mount Mary was built by the Portuguese in 1640. Mary Church is famous for the kind rituals that reinforce the power of prayers. The Marathi speaking communities refer Mother Mary as - Math Mauli.  View More

Kala Ghoda Festival
Kala Ghoda festival is an exhibition of a world of arts that encapsulates works of artistes in the fields of music, dance, theater, film and all the genres of art that make for the vibrantly rich culture of Mumbai.      View More


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