Arguably the biggest Navratri in the country, Falguni Pathak is known as ‘the Dandiya Queen’ and famous for singing memorable Gujarati songs.
8Venue: Shri Pramod Mahajan Sports Complex, Borivli (West)
8Attraction: Lucky draw winner gets a car, while others get holiday vouchers
8Price: Daily passes from Rs 700 to Rs 1,000; season pass: Rs 3,600.
NAIDU CLUB NAVRATRI
It is one of the oldest Navratri events in Borivli. Nilesh Thakkar, the lead singer of the group, is a Gujarati singer famous for his traditional songs.
8Venue: Kora Kendra Grounds, Borivli (W)
8Attraction: 10 scooters for winners
8Price: Daily passes from Rs 450 onwards; season pass: Rs 3,150
JAI HO AND MEERA’S NAVRATRI UTSAV
The Preeti-Pinky duo has been striking a chord with Borivli people for 18 years. They also sing a Bollywood song, which is said to be their claim to fame.
8Venue: Kutchi Grounds, Off Link Road, Borivali (W)
8Attraction: Bollywood-themed live performance
8Price: Starting from Rs 330 onwards; season pass: Rs 1,770
The five-star hotel near the airport promises a five-star experience for Garba enthusiasts. The event is open to all. Celebrations to go on till 1.30am, with secured parking for the audience.
8Venue: Hotel Sahara Star, Vile Parle (E)
8Attraction: Cruise/resort stays for contest winners
8Price: Daily passes from Rs 800 onwards
SHREE FORT LEUVA PATIDAR MITRA MANDAL NAVRATRI
The only non-commercial group on the list, this event is organized by around 1,000 shopowner members of the Fort Merchants’ Welfare Association.
8Venue: Kutch Visa Oswal Samaj Waadi, Masjid Bandar
8Attraction: Dresses especially brought from Kutch
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