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Sunday, 29 April 2018

Indian Festival or, durga puja

Indian Festival or, durga puja
India is a land of festivals. The indians celebrate them with great joys. there are festivals like Holi. Diwali and Durga puja which are celebrated by the Hindus, The Muslims celebrate Id and Muharram. The Christians celebrate Easter and Christmas.

            Of all the festivals of the Hindus, I like Durga Puja. It has a spiritual meaning. Worship to Goddess Durga purifies the soul. Durga puja has a religious background. It is said that Goddess Durga killed Mahishasur who was a terror to all. This puja shows the victory of good over Evil. Durga is the symbol of love and hope.
                                                Durga puja is generally held in october or November. Nature looks very beautiful. The air is cool. It is neither too hot nor too cold. The image of Goddess Durga is put up at a  public place. The image is well beautified. The Puja continues for several days. School, colleges and offices are closed on this occasion.
      People celebrate this puja with great joy. Children put on new clothes. A fair also is held. Children, ladies and grown-up men visit the fair. They make offerings to goddess Durga. This puja is celebrated both in towns and  in villages. On the Dasami evening, the images are taken to river or pond and are immersed in the water.
                                             Durga puja is a religious festival. It is deeply rooted in indian life and culture. It is one of the most important indian festivals.

1 comment:

  1. India is completely follows many rituals and festivals. The culture is different from one place to another. We only know about the festival we celebrate. The festival names are familiar but the actual details is only known to the natives. Your blog helped me to know about this durga pooja. I work at panseva and I love to read about Indian festivals and culture.


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