The Best-known Pandals in Kolkata to Explore This Year
01 OCTOBER, 2022
Sreebhumi Durga Puja Pandal:
This Durga Puja pandal has the theme of “Vatican City," according to the Sreebhumi Sporting Club, which is renowned for its creative themes each year. The Sreebhumi Sporting Club in Bidhannar, Kolkata, is also commemorating its Golden Jubilee this year.
South Kolkata’s Singhi Park Sarbojanin Durga Puja Committee has chosen to honor Narayan Debnath and the enduring personalities he created in its 81st year. Cartoon strips that Debnath drew will be used to embellish the entire pandal.
The history of Manicktalla Chaltabagan Lohapatty Durgapuja dates back to 1943 when a young, tenacious boy (founding president, Shri Lakhi Chand Jaiswal, now 87 years old) dreamed of celebrating Durga Puja in the neighborhood (Raja Ram Mohan Roy Sarani) despite the restrictions put in place by the British Raj for the people of North Kolkata.
Jodhpur Park is home to one of South Kolkata’s largest Durga Puja pandals. They generate a variety of topics. You can witness creativity at its best at this pandal.
Baghbazar Sarbojanin’s historical background; for almost a century, the Durga Puja pandal has been an integral part of the development and history of Bengali culture. During this lengthy and rich period of time, it has witnessed all the historical transformations and pivotal moments.
Bandhu Mahal Club in Baguiati:
The Bandhu Mahal Club is a well-known establishment throughout the nation. At the pandal built by the Bandhu Mahal Club in Baguiati last year, Durga statues were visible shining in gold.
Santosh Mitra Square:
One of Kolkata’s busiest Durga Puja pandals is Santosh Mitra Square. Santosh Mitra Square has become a favorite among Puja goers in Kolkata year after year thanks to its distinctively diversified themes.
Pally Mangal Samity, Taltala Ground:
Taltala Ground’s Durga puja pandal and idol are unique. People travel from all over the city to this park during Durga Puja to witness the Durga idol.
Ekdalia Evergreen Club:
The Ekdalia Evergreen Club, which has been a fixture in South Kolkata since 1943, is one of the most well-known Durga Puja pandals in the nation’s capital.
Badamtala Ashar Sangha:
This organization is renowned for the original themes it adopts develops each year. In 2010, the pandal even took home the award for artistic brilliance.
The outside artistic décor at Suruchi Sangha is the main draw. The pandal was recognized as the best-decorated pandal in 2003 and received a prize. Their annual theme is based on a different Indian state.