2018 Durga Puja Vlog | Episode 4 | Durga Puja Navami Vlog 2018 | Durga Puja In Bangalore 2018
Today Indian Petmom shares 2018 Durga Puja Vlog Episode 4. In this durga puja vlog 2018 you will see Durga Puja Navami Vlog 2018. Indian Petmom from MommyNFlurry tale being a bengali is enjoying the Durga Puja 2018 in Bangalore, so you will all get to see the durga puja in bangalore. In this Episode 4 Indian Petmom brings to you the maha navami vlog of 2018. On the day of Navami Indian Petmom enjoyed the day with lot of events starting with sit & draw competition, homa, mahabhog to evening cultural events. As the day progresses Indian petmom takes you through best 2018 durga puja navami vlog also the bangalore durga puja 2018. In this special 2018 durga puja best vlog you will see the morning to night enjoyment of Durga Puja Navami day in bengaluru. In this best durga puja vlog 2018 episode 4 Indian Petmom enjoys the Navami sit & draw, followed by homa, community lunch with Mahabhog and cultural evening. Flurry also enjoyed the day with new dress and lot of kiddo friends. Durga Puja has reached towards the end and as Indian Petmom from MommyNFlurry Tale promissed all of you, this time she is bringing all the enjoyment, fun that happens in her community in Bangalore during the 5 days of Durga Puja 2018. In this fourth episode of the durga puja 2018 vlog Indian Petmom tried to cover the durga puja maha navami day in one special vlog and she hopes that all of you like this and enjoy this best durga puja vlog 2018 episode 4 as much as Indian Petmom did during the day. Please keep sharing with your friends and family.
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