Mumbai: Actor Chitrangda Singh joined in the celebrations of the Maha Ashtami of the Navratri Festival in style.  

Rocking a neon green outfit, the actor visited the Durga Bairi Samiti at Sheth Gokuldas Tejpal Hall last evening. The Durga Bari Samiti organises this puja annually and it is one of the oldest in the city.

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It began in the 1930s and is now celebrating its 89th year. The eco-friendly statue of the goddess was made of clay with water-soluble colours. Even the pandal did not have any toxic materials such as plastic, thermocol or varnish. 

Chitrangda offered a tray containing a beautiful traditional saree and flowers to the Devi and joined in the Sandhya Puja. The actor said that she was impressed with the eco-friendly initiative.

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She said, “It is the oldest celebration of this festival in the city, and I am delighted with the fact that the organisation has kept it eco-friendly. We have seen the immense damage after visarjan to our environment and it is wonderful if we can celebrate with care and concern for our surroundings." 

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