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Durga Puja Pandals: Making and Idol Installation

Durga Puja Pandals: Durga Puja Pandal Making, Idols In Durga Pooja Pandals

Durga Puja Pandals: Durga Pooja is a ten days long festival celebrated with great pomp and show in Northern and Eastern part of India. The preparation for this pooja and celebrations begins days before the festival. Generally, the Durga Pooja is done on a community level and the idols and pandals (tents) for the Pooja are arranged by the pooja …

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History of Durga Puja: Origin of Durga Pooja

History of Durga Puja: Origin of Durga Pooja

History of Durga Puja: Durga Puja also known as Durgotsab is an annual Hindu festival which celebrates worship of the Hindu goddess of power, Durga or Shakti. It is a nine days affair in which last six days are observed with complex rituals and intricate ceremonies as Mahalaya, Shashthi, Maha Saptami, Maha Ashtami, Maha Nabami and Bijoya Dashami. The dates …

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Durga Puja Customs: Hindu Rituals & Customs

Durga Puja Customs - Hindu Rituals & Customs Of Durga Pooja

Durga Puja Customs: Durga Puja is celebrated with pomp and geity in West Bengal state of India and among the Bengalis all around the world. People enjoy all the ten days of the festival with a lot of fun and religious observance. In fact, Durga Puja is the most important festival for Bengalis. Kolkata, the capital city of West Bengal, …

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Kolkata Traditional Durga puja transforming into urban festival

Kolkata Traditional Durga puja transforming into urban festival

With catchy themes and concepts often reaching great artistic heights and big corporate involvement adding to the glitter, fun and fiesta, the contemporary Durga puja in Kolkata has evolved from what it was decades back. It now embraces those on the margins, and has truly become “glocal” – with both local and global elements – but at the same time …

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West Bengal Durga Puja begins

West Bengal Durga Puja begins

Decked up in their best, residents of West Bengal state of India plunged into festivities and merriment on Monday marking the first day of Durga Puja – the biggest festival in this part of the world. Chants of ‘Jai Durga’ and ‘Bolo Durga Mai Ki Jai’ reverberated across the state with every city, small town and village joining in the …

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Navratri Festival Greetings For Students

Navratri Festival Greetings

Navratri Festival Greetings, Navratri e-Cards: All nine days during Navratri are dedicated to nine forms of Goddess Shakti. Shardiya Navratri falls in the month of September or October. The nine days festivity culminates on tenth day with Dussehra or Vijayadashami. Navratri is a time where nine forms of Hindu goddesses like Durga, Bhadrakali, Amba or Jagadamba, Annapurna, Sarvamangala, Bhairavi, Chandika …

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Baisakhi Greetings For Students And Children

Baisakhi Greetings, Baisakhi e-Cards

Baisakhi Greetings: Celebrate the auspicious festival of Baisakhi and send wishes for blessed, prosperous and joyful Baisakhi Make the celebration special for them with our warm cards. Baisakhi is traditionally observed on 14 April, every year. The festival is important to both Sikhs and Punjabis (people from the region of Punjab. The festival coincides with other new year festivals celebrated …

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Rama Navami Greetings For Students & Children

Rama Navami coloring pages

Rama Navami Greetings For Students And Children – Rama Navami is a Hindu festival, celebrating the birth of the Lord Rama to King Dasharatha and Queen Kausalya in Ayodhya. Rama, the seventh avatar of Lord Vishnu, is one of the oldest avatars of Lord Vishnu having a human form. Here we have collection of Lord Rama greeting cards, share with your …

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Hinduism Greetings For Students And Children

Hinduism Greetings

Hinduism Greetings For Students And Children: Collection of Greeting Cards for Hindu’s religious events, ceremonies and festivities. Hinduism is a religion, or a way of life, found most notably in India and Nepal. With approximately one billion followers, Hinduism is the world’s third largest religion by population, and the majority religion in India, Nepal, Mauritius and Bali (Indonesia). Hinduism has been …

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