Worshipping Maa Durga


The advent of Navratri signifies the arrival of Goddess Durga. Though Maa Durga is worshipped all over India but this festival is more than just a festival for the people of West Bengal. Thousands idol of Maa Durga is made for the different beautiful pandals. The art of painting the idol and decorating the pandals with different stuffs is a must watch site in West Bengal. People who perform the puja at home follow a very strict routine. Though its not compulsory but many people keep fasts during the Navratri. The puja of Maa Durga is done at a fixed timing daily for nine days with aartis, flowers, fruits and sweets as bhog and many more. Those who perform the puja in the pandals do it in their own way with lots of noise and sound of drums. The lightings are the main attraction of this festival. After all the actions during the nine days the people pray and ask for the blessings of Maa Durga in their own manner and at last the immersion of the idols takes place in the river Ganga.

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