For most in our generation, Kala Ghoda festival has always been part of the city’s artistic DNA. It’s cultural and storied history resonates through the walls of south Bombay, not without enveloping any interested passers by. The festival was conceptualised by a what were a bunch of city and art loving enthusiast that original included Sangita Jindal. A Bombay convert she is passionate about what the festival stands for and how it has imbibed the character of the cityscapes in its inherent creativity.

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