Best Navratri Dandiya Events in Delhi-NCR


It’s Navratri time. Colourful attire, music, and vibrant costumes with beautiful embroidery add to the celebrations of the most awaited festival of Navratri. The festival is incomplete without the much-awaited dandiya and Garba nights where you get to groove on Bollywood songs and dandiya beats. Delicious food and DJ performances are key highlights of the events.

Navratri dandiya events are filled with the best in fashion, food, and dance. These events are also about big stars and glamour. Dandiya is performed after the Aarti. The sound of dandiya sticks can be heard all over Delhi NCR during the nine days of Navratri.

With the festival just a few days away, it is common to look for the best places for celebrations. Dandiya nights have become a grand affair around the country. Navratri nights are being hosted all over Delhi NCR with different budget options. Here are the top Navratri Dandiya Events you can get to celebrate the festival. You can save on Navratri dandiya tickets with BookMyShow. Also, check the latest Book MyShow Coupons for movie tickets and more.

1. Dandiya Raas & Exhibition – Gurgaon

This is the 4th edition of the Dandiya Raas & Exhibition organized by Gurgaon’ites® a facebook group comprising above 18K members. You get free Dandiya sticks with each ticket. The entry fee does not include food. The events giveaways include gift vouchers for the best-dressed couple, best dancers, best-dressed male and female participant.

Date: 13th October 2018 (Saturday)

Venue: Community Centre, DLF Phase 2, Gurgaon.

Time: 6 pm onwards till 11.30 pm.

2. Dandiya Masti – The Emerald Delhi

For the last 15 years, this Navratri event brings the essence of Gujarati cultural dance form. Dandiya Masti is organised by NGO Sahakar and Gujarati Vikas Mandal. The vent is held at Five Star Ambiance indoor Air Conditioned fully carpeted venue.

  •  Authentic Garba/ Dandiya Band from Ahmedabad.
  • Famous Singers  from Ahmadabad and Mumbai
  • Daily Maha Aarti at 9.00 pm and 12.30 a.m.
  • Food Court with Authentic Gujarati Cuisine
  • Daily prizes to be won
  • Authentic Dandiya / Garba dresses and accessories will be made available

Date: 13th – 27th October

Venue: The Emerald Banquet, Delhi

 Entry Fee: Rs 500/Person per Day

 NOTE-Only couples & families allowed.

3. Dandiya Night 18 – Nehru Park

Get ready for grooving to the Garba beats with Dandiya Night 18. The guest of the event is Mrs Biri Shanto Nido  (Mrs. India Int’l 2017). The melodious voice of Shankar Sawhney. Also enjoy welcome drinks, snacks, and dinner.

Date: 14th October

Venue: The Emerald Banquet, Delhi

Entry Fee: Rs 750 Onwards

 Note: Please bring your ticket along with photo ID card proof.

4. Dandiya Night 2k18  - K and L community Hall

Dandiya night at Sarit Vihar witnesses large crowds. It is a grant event with food, shopping, and game stalls. This is the sixth edition of the event at Sarita Vihar. Groove to the Dandiya beats and enjoy lip-smacking food, shopping, games and more.

Date: 14th October 2018 (Sunday)

Venue:  K and L community Hall (senior citizen complex ), New Delhi

Time: 04:30 PM – 10:30 PM

Entry Fee: Rs. 200 Onwards

5. Dance Dandiya Night: Garden Galleria: Noida

The second edition of the Dance Dandiya Night is on 18th Oct 2018. The vent is going to be full of colours of Navratri. You can buy Dandiya sticks at the venue. Enjoy professional dandiya Dj, Shopping and Games. There is also lip-smacking food. The entry fee for singles is Rs 599 whereas couple entry is at Rs 999.

Date: 18th October 2018 (Sunday)

Venue:   Gardens Galleria Mall, Noida

Time: 05:24 PM – 10:30 PM

 Entry Fee: Single – Rs. 599 ; Couple – Rs. 999

Note: You can book entry tickets to Navratri Night in your city on BookMyShow or Goeventz.

While Durga Puja is the most popular festival in eastern parts of the country including West Bengal and Assam. The festival is also celebrated with great pomp in North India especially Delhi. It is fun to attend the colourful Navrati night events with your family or friends. The festival symbolises the victory of good over evil.

Get dressed up in ethnic attires and dance to the music on Navratra nights. If you are planning to celebrate with friends or family in a group than it is very important to wear similar colours and patterns. Apart from that look forward to dramatic Ramlila performances that present reenactment of the life of Lord Ram.