Maharashtra: The Kala Ghoda Festival gets a makeover

Maharashtra: The Kala Ghoda Festival gets a makeover

Come February, the popular arts festival will be seen in a new avatar


December 28 , 2016
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India's largest multicultural festival, the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival (from February 4-12; kalaghodaassociation.com) promises to be like never before. After an extensive renovation work by the Kala Ghoda Association in the famous art district of South Mumbai, the area will now get an eponymous bronze horse statue. The results of extensive restoration works will also be seen in the Bomanji Hornarjee Wadia Clock Tower from 1882 , the Ruttonsee Muljee Jetha Fountain from 1894, the underground well Pyaav from 1842  and also the garden of the David Sassoon Library. Book your trip now!


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