Mumbai: The auspicious time of the year has concluded and the extensive nine days celebration of Navratri has come to an end all over the country.
Gurpreet Kaur Chadha- President of Punjabi Global Foundation & Advisory Panel Member (Censor Board), Actress Kavitta Verma & Vinod Kambli with much fun and fair concluded the nine day Navratri celebration.
Capturing the essence of the festivity, Gurpreet Kaur Chadha- President of Punjabi Global Foundation & Advisory Panel Members (Censor Board), actress Kavitta Verma & Vinod Kambli visited Krishna Hegde Prathisthan one of Mumbai’s biggest and only non- commercial navratri. The two ladies indulged into some Navratri celebration with their fans and obliged their request to click selfies.
The ladies were at their desi best looking absolutely desirable in an Indian ensemble complimenting the festival.
“The visit to Krishna Hegde Prathisthan was a great step. I have never seen so many bhakts gather in true spirit to worship Maa Durga and play garba. I bow down to goddess Durga to seek her blessings and thank her for all the love she has showed upon me and my family” says Gurpreet Kaur Chadha.
“I had the best time of my life at Krishna Hegde Prathisthan. Seeing a place full of people who are so enthusiastic about the festival was a delight to watch and attend. May Maa Durga illuminate your life with countless blessings of happiness and good fortune” says Kavitta Verma
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