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Durga puja in 2020 latest updade

:Durga Puja:

Durga Puja is one of the most well known celebrations celebrated in West Bengal and especially in Kolkata, out of appreciation for Goddess Durga during the time of Navaratri. It is commended for 10 days, anyway beginning from the 6th day until the ninth day, the Pandals with great icons of Goddess Durga are open for guests. The tenth day, otherwise called Dashami marks the Visarjan (drenching in water) of the icon with excellent festivals and parades. This year, Durga Puja 2019 starts on October 3 and will go on till October 8. Be that as it may, Durga Puja 2019 festivals in Kolkata start ahead of schedule, with Durga Mahalaya on 28 September and Visarjan on October 8.

About Durga Pooja

As per the Hindu Mythology, Goddess Durga rose up out of the aggregate vitality of all Gods as an epitome of Shakti or perfect female force, to pulverize devil Mahishasura; who was honored to not be vanquished by any man or god. The name Durga in Sanskrit signifies 'the impervious'; she exists in a condition of independence and in extreme force. This amazing type of Mother Goddess is profoundly loved in Kolkata which is the reason her arrival is praised with a lot of glory and functions.

On the off chance that you are in Kolkata during Durga Pooja, these are the well known highlights of the fantastic festivals, you shouldn't pass up. The arrangements for the celebration are as intriguing as the celebration itself. Seven days preceding the celebration, the city outfits and can be seen wearing a look of enthusiasm and energy as it sets itself up to respect the Goddess home.

Durga puja in 2020

²1Th October Maha Panchami
²2Th October Maha Sasti
²3Th October Maha Saptami
²4Th October Maha Astami
²5Th October Maha Navami
²6Th October Bijaya Dashami

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