Durga Puja 2023: The Biggest Hindu Festival of the Year

Durga Puja is celebrated with great fervor and enthusiasm all over India. It is a time for families and friends to come together and celebrate the victory of good over evil.

Durga Puja idols are typically made of clay and are decorated with intricate carvings and paintings. They are worshipped with great devotion and reverence by devotees.

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Aarti is a Hindu ritual of worship that is performed in front of a deity. It is a way to express devotion and gratitude to the deity.

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Durga Puja pandals are temporary structures that are set up all over India during the festival. They are decorated with lights, flowers, and other ornaments. Pandals are open to the public and devotees come from all over to visit them and pray to Goddess Durga.

Durga Puja is a time for celebration and festivity. People dance, sing, and enjoy delicious food with their loved ones.

Visarjan is a poignant moment for devotees, as it marks the end of the festival. However, it is also a time to look forward to the next year, when Goddess Durga will return to bless her devotees once again.

Happy Durga Puja to all! May the goddess bless you and your loved ones with good health, happiness, and prosperity.