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Durga Maa

We celebrate the festival of Maa Durga for nine days as Navratri or as Durga Pooja. The festival is celebrated for nine nights every year in the Hindu month of Ashvin. It coincides with the end of the rainy season. This season is considered to be an auspicious one as it is generally associated with the sowing of seeds, and watching new sprout-a sign of prosperity and abundance. Most people consider it is the best time of the year to udertake or start new ventures.

This celebration is held in honour of the goddess,the mother of world,known by many names: DURGA, KALI, LAXMI, SARASWATI, CHANDIKA,AMBIKA, ASHTBHUJA, BHAVANI. Her main task is to punish the wicked as she is the goddess of Power or Shakti. She is engaged in war and weapons in her hand are “Shul”, “Chakra”,”Parshu” and “Talwar”. The fight against the demon begins on the first day until he is defeated on the ninth day.

All Hindus celebrate this festival at the same time in different ways in different parts of India.

In the northern part of the country, the first nine days of this festival, called Navratri, is commonly observed as a time for rigorous fast, followed by celebrations on the tenth day.

People in western India, especially in Gujarat spend Navratri in song,dance and merriment which is known as Garba.

In the eastern india, especially in Bengal, the Durga Puja is the principal festival during Navratri.Huge decorative temporary structures called “pandals” are constructed to house these grand prayer services, followed by mass feeding, and cultural functions.

It shows that we all worship Maa Durga but in different ways and different manners with full devotion.

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