Four unique Durga Puja and Dussehera Celebration:

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Four unique Durga Puja and Dussehera Celebration:

In India we Celebrates Durga Puja & Dussehera very unique way, See how it happened in four different dirriections East: Durga Puja in Kolkata, South: Dassara in Mysore, West: Navratri in Ahmedabad and North: Dussehera in Kullu. It happens only in India… Really India is Incredible

KOLKATA Saradiya Durga Puja: Durga Puja or Durga Pujo at Kolkata has a very different charm, it is one of the most awaited festival of Bengalis, they start preparation one month back. Celebration plan consists of shopping of clothes, travelling, what all dishes to eat and where to eat, another important planning is gift exchange. The city get live on 6th day of Durga puja (Sasti), streets decorated with glittering lights, mouth watering food stalls start vending fast foods, nightlife get vibrant, Chandi Path recited in loud speakers. Most important part is here is the Puja Pandals with unique and different themes, one can completely travel whole city by walk without any tiredness or fatigue, whole night one can enjoy. Food is the another attraction during Puja both Veg and Non Veg foods available with very different menus with traditions to Chinese and even continental. One needs atleast 10days to whole Puja starting from Idom making to Immersion in Hubli River.

AHMEDABAD Navratri Celebration: Navratri is very closely associated with Ahmedabad. It is also most awaited and highly celebrated festival in Gujarat. Specially in Gujurat, Navratra is associated with forlk dance i.e. called Garba or Dandiya Raas. During this nine day long festival, people enjoy with dance, both men and women dressed with colourful dresses. The dress women wear called Chaniya choli. And men wear Kediyu and Kafni Pajama. During these nine days people showcase their love to mother goddess Amba.

Dasara at MYSORE is a most famous festival of South India. It is one of the ancient as well as royal festivals. It has been celebrated since 18th century, when Prince Krishnaraja Wodeyar was the Crowned King of Mysore. Here in Mysore Dushera is unique in every aspects, as one will find the Royal Touch in every single places. First the pooja and other rituals started by the royal family. The royal Palace, buildings and streets illuminated with decorative and colourful lights. There are cultural programmes happened inside the palace. Another great attraction on the last day i.e Vijayadasami is famous Elephants procession, there are around 12elephants do procession and the lead elephand carry the Golden Howdah with Mata Chamundeswari inside. Its is also known as Jumbo Savari or Jumbi Savari followed by torch light procession at Bannimantap Grounds. One can have this unique and once in a life time experience.

Dussehra in KULLU Valley is one of the famous festival of Himachal Pradesh, around 3Lacs of throughout India and many foreigners too visits witness this event. Every year it has been celebrated in the Dhalpur Maidan. On 17th century ruler of the valley King Jagat Singh worshiped Lord Raghunath, and the Lord regarded as the native deity of Kullu. Now the Government has declared as International Festival. Its a local tradition during the Dussehra day hundreds of God & Goddesses from the valley and surrounded areas joined in the Rath Yatra to pay respect to the Lord Raghunath. Celebration followed by Palenque procession, folk dance and cultural events. Its regarded as one of the biggest and unique festival of Himachal

Mahesh Barik

Mahesh Barik

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