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Durga puja is one of the Hindus festivals which are heavily celebrated in West Bengal. Usually, preparations for Durga Puja begin months in advance. Durga Puja is mainly celebrated in places like Bengal, Assam, Odisha, and Jharkhand, etc. Durga Puja is celebrated as a symbol of the victory of good over evil. On this day people worship Hindu deities, family and other social gatherings, shopping and gift-giving, feasting, pandal visiting, and cultural events. It begins on the sixth day of Ashwin shukla paksha and ends on the tenth day of Ashwin shukla paksha. The festival of Durga puja is related to navratri or dussehra. Durga Puja of Kolkata of West Bengal is the most famous. People wear their traditional clothes, and perform Maa Durga Aarti and dance on drums. The reason behind why Durga puja is celebrated is Maa Durga is called the goddess of power. She has ten hands and sits on a lion. It is believed that a king named Mahishasura attacked the gods in heaven. He was very powerful and no one could beat him. At that time, to protect the gods of heaven from the wrath of Mahishasura, an inner power was created by Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva, named Durga.
Goddess Durga was given internal powers to kill Mahishasura. Mother Durga fought with Mahishasura for ten days, and killed her on the tenth day. The Durga Puja festival is celebrated for ten days, but the idol of Maa Durga is worshiped from the seventh day. Lord Rama worshiped Goddess Durga before killing Ravana. On the last 3days of the festival of worship is celebrated with great joy. And show. Every street has a different energy for celebrating in it, because, in many places in cities and villages, large clay idols of a mother Durga are made and decorated which look very beautiful. People provide food to girls on this occasion. To get the blessings of Goddess Durga, people keep fast for nine days, and worship. However, some people fast only on the first and last days. In many cities, fair and Meena Bazaar is also held due to Durga Puja festival. People of the community also consider Durga Puja by decorating the pandals in the nearby areas.
On the last day after the worship of Goddess Durga, the clay idols are immersed in the seas, ponds or rivers. Sindoor Khela is organized during immersion in Bengal and requested that maa Durga form come again. Durga puja is one of the important festivals of Hindu religion which has religious, spiritual, cultural, and secular significance. People worship durga with the best and end on dashami. These days all the temples are decorated and the halls are in full devotion. Some people worship nine durga and fast along with all arrangements in their homes. We worship a feminine power in the form of durga puja. In many places, this festival takes place in the fair and the market. Durga puja is one such festival which plays an important role in unleashing enthusiasm and energy in our lives.