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The Kala Ghoda area can be very crowded with office goers during the week days and therefore only visit during the week-ends when it is quiet and deserted. Recommended to walk through the by-lanes and see the old buildings and some nice cafes
Kala ghoda area is in Fort area of Mumbai, 15 min strolling distance from Mumbai CSMT railway station or even from Churchgate railway station. Of course on a working day, it will be maddening crowd, so please ensure you visit on A Sunday or a...More
The Kala Ghoda art precinct is the art hub of Mumbai, named after the statue of a black horse commissioned by the Mumbai municipal Corporation. It is a fabulous place for art lovers and connoisseurs. The place is dotted with heritage cafes, galleries and buildings...More
Kala Ghoda Art Precinct is named in reference to a statue of Black Horse that was located there in the cultural center of Mumbai. It is specially designed crescent shaped structure houses the best art galleries and museums of Mumbai.
One must definitely go here...More
It's the Kalaghoda festival which all Mumbaikars flock to in the first half of February.The place is vibrant and this year the "go green" initiative has resulted in the presence of the Hara Ghoda or the green horse.Being the last weekend it was exceptionally crowded...More
Kala Ghoda lives upto the reputation of Paris of the east as it is the hub of art connoisseurs and the likes. The Kala Ghoda festival in the winters is the highlights of the year. Street Music, paintings, artefacts, etc make it an interesting trip.
I have visited Kala Ghoda festival with my friend. I was really surprised to see a collection of masterpiece of art here. Really they were amazing. It is free of charge and there are securities to prevent any unrest there. It is a place where...More