Kala Ghoda Arts Festival is the country’s largest multicultural festival, taking place in February each year since 1999. The Festival has grown in stature and popularity, attracting visitors and participants from other parts of the country, and the world. The festival sections are visual arts, dance, music, theater, cinema, literature, workshops, heritage walks, urban design and architecture, food, a dedicated section for children, and a vibrant street section including stalls selling eco-friendly, handmade arts and crafts wares.
This year was my first time at Kala Goda Arts festival, and henceforth I plan to visit this festival every year, the reason is the enthusiasm of the crowd. I photographed some splendid moments on the street section.
The Wishing Tree adorned with 1000 LED bulbs, put up by Bajaj Electricals,
With wishes for a brighter future … and ideas on energy conservation.
Love & Friendship notes:
The white window with red wall: