Mood Indigo: Asia’s Largest Cultural Fest for College Students

mood indigo cover
Reading Time: 4 minutes

Mood Indigo is the signature cultural fest of Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay. It is also Asia’s largest college cultural festival. As the year 2018 edition of Mood I says- A montage of dreams, the stage is all set to a spectacular event and uncountable memories.

From timeless art to a night long music, Mood Indigo has everything for every body’s interest. It is also a launchpad for artists of different genres. So, here is the information to help you plan your visit to Mood Indigo 2018. Continue reading “Mood Indigo: Asia’s Largest Cultural Fest for College Students”

Please follow and like us:

What are the Important Festivals of Mumbai?

Gudi Padwa in mumbai
Reading Time: 3 minutes

Like they say- “The greatness of a culture can be found in its festivals.” For Mumbai, every day is a festival, so many people, so many traditions, yet all are together. The core Mumbai is the Maharashtrian community, whose important festival is Ganesh Chaturthi. Mumbai also homes the traditional Parsis in India, hence, the Parsi New Year is also an important festival here.

In this read, we bring to you the list of festivals, which are celebrated with an all round different aura in Mumbai.

Ganesh Chaturthi

ganesh chaturthi in mumbai
Courtesy: www.heritageindiaholidays.com

Ganesh Chaturthi falls in the Month of August and September every year. People in Mumbai keep the idol of Lord Ganesha in their home for 3, 5, or 11 days. Special celebrations can be observed at the Siddhivinayak temple and Lal Bagh Raja Ganesha.

Parsi New Year

parsi new year in mumbai
Courtesy: www.npr.org

This is a day of sheer importance to the Parsi Community because one this day, Shahenshahi Zoroastrian community landed in India from Persia. It falls in the month of August or September. On this day, people organize feasts at the Parsi temple and meet friends and relatives.

Kala Ghoda Art Festival

Kala Ghoda Art Festival
Courtesy: www.hindustantimes.com

Mumbai is home to the art lovers from across the country. The Kala Ghoda Art Festival is a nine-day long celebration, held usually during the first week of February every year. The festival showcases visual arts, dance, music, theatre, cinema, and literature. One can also participate in the workshops, heritage walks, urban design and architecture, and food. The festival also offers a section of vibrant street stalls for selling and purchasing arts and crafts.

Bandra Feast

bandra feast mumbai
Courtesy: theculturetrip.com

The Basilica of Mount Mary, Bandra organizes the Bandra Feast every year during the month of September. People regard this day as a feast day of the Virgin Mary. Fair, Shopping, and Food accompany the Bandra Feast.

Gudi Padwa

Gudi Padwa in mumbai
Courtesy: www.hindustantimes.com

This is a regional festival in Maharashtra, which is celebrated in the Month of March/April every year. The day marks the beginning of the Hindu New Year.

If you happen to visit Mumbai during the festival time, we suggest participating in the celebrations as well. This could be an experience of life.

Folks, check out these articles-

Best places for shopping in Mumbai

Best Street food in Mumbai

One day trip to Mumbai

Two days trip to Mumbai

Please follow and like us: