2017 Durga Puja in Nepal
Durga Puja in Nepal is named as Dashain. As itís mainly a Hindu
nation, model of festivals correspond with those in India. King
of Nepal plays very important role in festivities, mainly
throughout Saptami or 7th day of pujas. In spite of defeat of
kingdom in Nepal, Royal Family even now has important cultural
role to play in the nation.
Throughout month of Kartik in Bikram Samvat calendar (usually in
late September as well as early October), Nepalese people pamper
in yearís biggest festival, Dashain. Dashain is the greatest and
most propitious festival in Nepalese calendar, distinguished by
all castes all the way through the country. Thorough out Nepal,
Goddess Durga is worshiped in all her appearances with numerous
pujas, plentiful donations and thousands of animal forfeits for
custom holy bathing, therefore wetting the goddess in blood.
For Dashain, each home is cleaned and wonderfully ornamented,
painted as invitation for the mother goddess, in order that she
may stay and sanctify the house with fine fortune. During the
time gathering of far-away and close by relatives happens in
each family. Market is packed with shoppers looking for new
gifts, luxuries, clothing, and massive supplies of temple contribution
for Gods and foods for family eating. Thousands of goats, ducks,
sheep, water buffalo, and chicken are set for great killing. All
organization types are stopped for 10-15 days. Laborers are
nearly not possible to get; from poor to rich, all get pleasure
from the happy mood.
Dashainís first 9 days are known as Navaratri when tantric rites
are performed. In Nepal, life force is personified in divine
power and energy of female, described as Goddess Durga in many
forms of her. All goddess who originated from Goddess Durga are
identified as Devis, each one with diverse powers and facets.
Throughout these 9 days, public pay their worship to Goddess
Durga as mother goddess is main resource of life.
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