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Regional Names of Durga Puja: Durga Puja / Durga Pujo

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Durga Pujo Celebration in West Bangal
Region: West Bengal, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi & Madhya Pradesh.


During Durga puja or Durga Pujo (commonly called in West Bengal), the idols of Goddess Durga are worshipped for nine days in beautifully decorated 'pandaals'. It is a public festival. On the tenth day,the 'Visarjan' or immersion of idols in sea waters is performed. During this time, in various parts of India, the 'Ram-Leela' is performed. Ram-Leela is a stage inaction of Ramayana, the story of Lord Rama. Durga puja has come to be associated with a grand exhibition of cultural functions.

In towns and villages, the evenings are replete with jatra, theatre, song, music, dance programmes, sports, physical and cultural competitions etc which everyone is free to attend. Community feasts are held. The immersion ceremony (vijaya), provides an impressive finale.



Durga Puja  |  Navratri Puja  |  Kullu Dussehra  |  Mysore Dussehra  |  Bommai Kolu
Ayudha Puja  |  Vidyaramba  |  Saraswati Puja  |  Simollanghan



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