Why Is Celebrated Durga Puja Festival ?

Today we are talking about Durga Puja Celebrated? Durga Puja, known as Durgotsav, is the annual Hindu festival of the Indian subcontinent, which honors Goddess Durga. This festival is especially popular in West Bengal, Assam, Tripura and Odisha, the modern nation of Bangladesh of India and diaspora and Nepal of this region, where it is called Dashain. Let us learn more about this festival.

Durga Puja festival is found in the month of Ashwin in the month of Hindu calendar. The Durga Puja festival shows the battle of Goddess Durga in the form of shifting, deceptive and powerful buffalo demon Mahishasura and its emerging victorious victory. This festival represents a better victory over evil but it there is also a harvest festival which marks the life of Gods and the power of mother behind the creation. The Durga Puja festival dates back to Vijayadasami.

The importance of Durga Puja in its provinces of Bengal and Assam increased during the British Raj, which is especially popular in the last five days and is annual holiday in areas like West Bengal, Assam, Bihar, Orissa and Tripura.

In West Bengal, Bihar, Assam and Tripura, Durga Puja is also called Akalbodhan, Sharadiya Pujo, Sharadotsav. In Bangladesh, Durga Puja was celebrated as Bhagwati Puja. Durga Puja is also known elsewhere in India as Navaratri Puja. The Indian texts, which include Durga Puja festival The second most important day of Durga Puja celebration is the sixth day, which is called Shashthi. This festival is known as Sandhavati, Knowledge, Wisdom Three, music, with poetry is an open, independent, get to know the interior, and creativity Hindu goddess, prayed.

After the harvest of the monsoon this festival is celebrated.There are numerous variations in worship methods and rituals associated with Durga Puja, such as the case with other Hindu festivals. This festival is mostly associated with Bengali Hindus, and even gives freedom to the community variety and accepts differences. In contemporary India, Durga Puja is celebrated in many styles and forms.

Durga Puja is the largest and most of West Bengal, Bihar, Assam and Odisha. The famous festival is a famous festival. This festival is held during the five-day period. The city is equipped with festive lights, loudspeakers play popular songs, and mantras are read by priests, thousands of beautiful Pandalas are built by communities.

In 2011, 800 Puja was held in Delhi with more than 100 Pujas in Gurgaon and Noida. By 2013, more than 2,500 community commemorations were celebrated in Tripura. 200 years ago Durga Puja started in the Durgabari temple of Agartala, which was started by Raja Radha Kishore Manik Bahadur. Durga Puja is widely celebrated by the minority Hindu community of Bangladesh. Some Bengali Muslims also participate in Durga Puja.

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