Save Your Trip To Malaysia & Witness Beautiful Petronas Twin Tower In Kalyani’s Durga Puja Pandal

by Shreya Ghosh
Save Your Trip To Malaysia & Witness Beautiful Petronas Twin Tower In Kalyani’s Durga Puja Pandal

Bengalis are going gaga over this year’s Durga Puja celebrations. We are finally doing everything with glory and grandeur with no restrictions after 2 years. A small town in West Bengal’s Nadia district is gaining massive attraction this year with an extravagant pandal. The town is Kalyani and its Luminous Club constructed a humongous Durga Puja pandal like never before. Stay with us for all the deets!

Witness Malaysia’s Petronas Twin Towers In Kalyani’s Durga Puja Pandal!

Luminous Club in Kalyani’s ITI More has opened its doors for the devotees for quite a few days and every single day hundreds and thousands are lining up to get a proper view of the pandal. Devotees from Kalyani, neighbouring towns, and even far away are flocking here to witness the Twin Towers replica pandal in its all glory. This 148-foot pandal took its inspiration from Malaysia’s iconic Twin Towers. The details, outstanding intricacies, and decoration will surely steal your heart.

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Durga Puja Pandal

This Pandal Is Truly A Sight To Behold!

You need to wait for a couple of hours to witness the pandal from very close and get a closer look at all the details and intricacies. But this waiting is absolutely worth it once you get to enter inside. It looks simply out of the world with very fine work of glass, ply, lights, and wood. Not only the pandal, the idol Maa Durga looks the prettiest with all the handwork and art on it. Pieces of glass have been used to create the idols as well.


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How To Reach Luminous Club:

It is quite convenient to reach here. All you need to do is catch a train to Kalyani and after you get down at the station, take a ride on any public transport. Within just 10-15 minutes, you will reach the ITI more and witness the pandal in all pomp and glory.

If you want to experience the best of this pandal, I have a small tip to share with you. If you are with your friends and ready to wait in lines for at least 2 hours, then the evening is a perfect time. The lights and decorations look breathtaking after sunset. However, if you are not a fan of standing in a queue, try to visit this Durga Puja pandal in the day, as early as possible.