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In Pics: The colourful Kala Ghoda Arts Festival

Psychedelic artwork at the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival
Image courtesy: ©Nitin Gairola

The annual Kala Ghoda Arts Festival is back in South Bombay from 2nd to 10th February, so don’t miss it if you are in the city. This is the artsy side of the business hub of India and the colourful fest is a feast for the eyes of all keen photographers.

Here’s a photo story of Kala Ghoda for you to create your own photo story.

Also Read: Festival calendar: February 2019

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The iconic Kala Ghoda statue in South Bombay
The iconic Kala Ghoda statue in South Bombay
Image courtesy: ©Nitin Gairola
Multi-headed horse statue at the entrance
Multi-headed horse statue at the entrance
Image courtesy: ©Nitin Gairola
Centerpiece - Depiction of Lal Bahadur Shastri's car
Centerpiece - Depiction of Lal Bahadur Shastri's car
Image courtesy: ©Nitin Gairola
Myriad hues at the festival
Myriad hues at the festival
Image courtesy: ©Nitin Gairola
A big tourist draw at the festival
A big tourist draw at the festival
Image courtesy: ©Nitin Gairola
Beautiful paintings on the side steps
Beautiful paintings on the side steps
Image courtesy: ©Nitin Gairola
Art that everyone can appreciate
Art that everyone can appreciate
Image courtesy: ©Nitin Gairola
Street art at it's best
Street art at it's best
Image courtesy: ©Nitin Gairola

AUTHOR'S BIO: Nitin Gairola is a travel & conservation writer, photographer and a poet, besides being an enthusiast of the natural world. He has endless passion for learning about the environment, wildlife biodiversity along with the history & cultures of people around the world and their present socio-economic situations. He has been to many parts of the Earth, covering the continents, polar caps, mountain ranges, rainforests, jungles, savannahs, deserts and nearly a century of countries, in his personal quest to better understand the planet and its inhabitants.More on: https://nitingairola.wordpress.com/ https://www.facebook.com/NitinGairolaPhotography