Durga Puja is the most important festival of Bengalis. Consisting of series of
rituals this five day long homecoming welcome of Goddess Durga is close to every
Bengalis heart and soul.Durga Puja means more to us than just a religious
festival.It is a celebration of life, culture, popular customs and traditions
... it is a time for coming together, of reunion and rejuvenation, of the
rebirth of our piousness and last but not the least, the season to love, to
share and to care.
Once a year, in the autumnal month of Ashwin, Goddess Durga comes home to her parents, together with her four children, Ganesh, Laxmi, Karttik and Saraswati, and enjoys all the love and attention lavished on her. Unfortunately, this visit lasts only three days, and on the fourth day she starts on her journey back to her husband's abode in the mountain kingdom of Kailash.
Durga - Goddess of deliverance - comes to earth on the seventh day after the
autumn new moon. She is depicted by the 'kumors' or potters as a resplendent
golden figure standing on a lion's back, each of her ten arms bearing a
particular weapon, as she triumphs over the demon Mahisasura.
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