Diwali Nov 13 - Places in Delhi to enjoy celebrate Diwali for married couple

#1 Nov 7th, 2012, 21:54
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Diwali Nov 13 - Places in Delhi to enjoy celebrate Diwali for married couple
Hi guys,
Need an advice. We are a married couple and would like to know for Diwali Nov 13 - Places in Delhi where we can enjoy celebrate Diwali. It will be first diwali in delhi and we don't want to spend with relatives as its boring.

(Pls suggest something nice...again request not to suggest things which can be done other days.)...

Thanks guys for valuable suggestion...

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#2 Nov 8th, 2012, 15:52
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Diwali is normally celebrated at home in the company of family & friends. Don't expect road shows or carnivals etc. where you can join in. Lots of people stay home and spend the evening/night playing cards. You will miss the festivity of Kali puja in Delhi. No decorated pandals etc. You may visit Chittaranjan park and Kali Bari.
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You can go to some resort in Delhi NCR for the Diwali Celebration. But I'm not sure if you can really find someone there or not on that day!
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I think there should be pomp & show in Old Delhi area, specially in Chandni Chowk area. It should be a good visual.
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Agree a 100% , its a personal and private celebration so you wont find the same 'choices' as say on New Years Eve , there might be a few special Diwali bazaars and fetes still talking place as such.

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Originally Posted by jyotirmoy View Post Diwali is normally celebrated at home in the company of family & friends. Don't expect road shows or carnivals etc. where you can join in. Lots of people stay home and spend the evening/night playing cards. You will miss the festivity of Kali puja in Delhi. No decorated pandals etc. You may visit Chittaranjan park and Kali Bari.
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... But one can enjoy the beauties of decorations in the market area!

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