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Agartala Durga Puja Celebrations


2017 Durga Puja in Agartala

Durga Puja, also known as Durgotsav (Festival of Durga) is a Bengali festival which celebrates devotion of Hindu Goddess Maa Durga. It refers to six days viewed as Mahalaya, Shashthi , Maha Saptami, Maha Ashtami, Maha Navami and Vijaya Dashami respectively. The Durga Puja celebrations dates are set in proportion to conventional Bengali Calendar with fortnight subsequent the festival is named Debi Pokkho.

Durga Puja is also celebrated all over India including state of Tripura by all pleasure and glory predominantly in Agartala, where its fame is worth mentioning. Durga Puja in Agartala is celebrated with full happiness since whole city gets together to celebrate the festival. Agartala Durga Puja festival is very triumphant for Bengali community people in Agartala. Apart from Bengali community people, other communities also celebrate the festival. In part of the world, Durga puja is enjoyed for 4 successive days during the month of September/ October.

In Agartala, Durga Puja is enjoyed on big scale and puja pandals created all around the city. There are numerous pandals that also adore idols of Karthik and Goddess Laxmi. The real festival starts on Maha Shasti, the 6th day of Mahalaya. On that day, priest reveals the idol identified as ‘Bodhan’. On next day, Maha Saptami is started with priest giving flowers, sweets etc. On Maha Saptami, Sandhi Puja (means evening prayer) and Kumari Puja (means adoration of young girls) happens and people present ‘Pushpanjali’ to Durga idol.

Tripura is the single state of India where the state government takes all necessary steps during the Durga festival. There is also a well-known temple named as Ujjayamata temple situated where this event is celebrated. Durga Puja is celebrated from the time when Manikya Dynasty was ruling in Tripura.

Durga Puja in the state of Tripura is constantly being diverse and multi-elemental. You can say that Durga Puja in Agartala denotes good decorated big pandals which fascinate people during their visit.

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