Night Bazaar in Mumbai Shopping Festival sees people in galore
Published : Jan 15, 2018, 4:04 pm IST
Updated : Jul 6, 2019, 3:32 pm IST
The aim of this is festival is not only to boost tourism but to exhibit the talent of the budding artists across different platforms.
Through this initiative, MTDC & MCGM aims to make use of the open spaces as a podium for public involvement.
The Artists of Talent Street Kala Ghoda, participated in the first-ever Mumbai Shopping Festival’s night bazaar or flea market in Worli.
The Talent Street Kala Ghoda is a creative initiative supported by Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) & Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) which exhibits budding talent across the city.
Night bazaars or flea markets have been created at three non-residential areas during the weekends as a part of ongoing Mumbai Shopping Festival.
The first night bazaar was held at Worli on January 13-14 from 4pm to 10pm, It will be subsequently held at Inorbit Malad on January 19-20 and in Powai on January 26-27 from 4pm to 4am.
Apart from night bazaar there will be street performances which will display the energy and creativity of the people in Mumbai.
Artists of Talent Street Kala Ghoda has begun from 19th November 2017 and will continue till May 2018, on every Sunday.
. The stalls will exhibit caricatures, sculptures, pottery, Warli paintings, jewellery, puppets, magic show and Hindi film audition that inspire and boost the spirit of promising talents.
. The places have been selected to make certain there won’t be any inconvenience to residents living in these areas.
Commenting on the occasion, Shri. Jaykumar Rawal, Minister of Tourism & (EGS), Government of Maharashtra said, “I am happy to observe that the talents are never confined within the four walls, I am certain that the association of Artists of “Talent Street Kala Ghoda” and Mumbai Shopping Festival 2018 Night Baazar will open new podiums for budding artists to exhibit their talents and the visitors will certainly get an opportunity to discover its hidden treasures in form of art."