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DURGA PUJA 2019

By: Future Point | 18-Sep-2019
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DURGA PUJA 2019

The most popular Bengali festival celebrated in India with vigor and joy is Durga Puja, which is also known as Durgotsav. This festival marks the epic battle and victory of Goddess Durga over the buffalo demon, Mahishasura. Durga Puja 2019, also known by its many traditional names like Sharadotsov Maha Pujo, or Durga Pujo is observed in the month of Ashvin according to the Hindu Lunar Calendar.

During the Durga Puja, the Mother Durga is worshiped in various forms on the Nine days of Navratri. The nine forms are called as nine Mahashaktis. Following are the nine forms of Goddess Durga- 1st Day(Shailputri), 2nd Day(Brahmcharini), 3rd Day(Chandraghanta), 4th Day(Khushmanda), 5th Day(Skandamata), 6th(Katyayani), 7th Day(Kaalratri), 8th Day(Mahagauri), 9th Day(Siddhidatri). Goddess Durga represents the “Ultimate power” of the sacred feminine who bestows us with the strength to face all adversities with unparalleled success.

Durga Puja Festival Date in 2019

The dates of Durga are determined according to the Lunar calendar. Durga Puja is celebrated during the last five days of Navratri and Dussehra.

In 2019, Durga Puja will be observed from 4th to 8th October 2019.

During the ten promising days of Durga Puja celebrations, many different rituals are performed. But in the last five days of Durga Puja- Maha Saptami, Maha Shashthi, Vijay Dashmi, and Maha Navami is celebrated with great festivity, zeal, and joy all over India. It's an easy way to Book Durga puja online and gets the puja done with the help of an expert Pandit.

Significance of Durga Puja

Durga Puja is the ceremonial worship of Maa Durga which is one of the most auspicious festivals. But, apart from being a religious festival, it is also an occasion that brings people together and rejuvenation with a celebration of traditional culture and norms. It continues for five days and each day is called by different names. These names are- Maha Shashti, Maha Saptami, Maha Ashtami, Maha Navratri, and Vijaya Dashami.

  • Maha Shashti- The sixth day of Devi paksha marks the most important beginning of Durga Puja in Bengal. On the first day, Goddess Durga is welcomed on earth along with her family. She is also accompanied by her four children: Saraswati, Ganesh, Laxmi, Kartikeya. Some special rituals are performed before performing the puja of Goddess-like Amantran, Bodhan, etc.
  • Maha Saptami- On this Day, a part of the Banana tree is immersed in sacred water, and after that, it is adorned with the saree just like a newly married bride which is known as Kola Bau. The Kola Bau is then carried to the stage and placed next to the idol of Lord Ganesha. On the early morning of Maha Saptami, Goddess Durga is worshipped with nine different plants called Nabapatrika. These plants symbolize the nine different incarnations of Shakti.
  • Maha Ashtami- This day is the most sacred day of Durga Puja as Maa Durga is believed to enter and awaken the idol when the priest performs rituals through chanting the religious mantras. The main attraction of the day is Kumari Puja. In the evening, Sandhi puja is performed by the end of Durga Ashtami and the beginning of Maha Navmi. Sandhi Puja is one of the most important and auspicious rituals during Durga Puja and is considered highly sacred.
  • Maha Navmi- Maha Navmi marks the formal end to religious customs. On Maha Navmi, the fast is broken by a major Bhog, and prasad is offered to Goddess Durga and distributed among all the devotees.
  • Vijaya Dashami- The last day of Durga Puja is known as the “ Vijay Dashami”. On this important day, the idol of Goddess Durga is immersed in the holy Ganga or other sacred water bodies. Besides this, Vijayadashami is also known as Dussehra and celebrated on this day in honor of the victory of Lord Rama over the Demon Ravana. Here, Durga Puja ends on this day with grace and blessings of mother Goddess Durga.

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Mantra

An individual should recite the following mantra while immersing the idol of Goddess Durga.

या देवी सर्वभूतेषु शक्ति-रूपेण संस्थिता। नमस्तस्यै नमस्तस्यै नमस्तस्यै नम नम॥ जो देवी सब प्राणि यों में शक्ति रूप में स्थित हैं, उनको नमस्कार, नमस्कार, बारंबार नमस्कार है।

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Meaning of Durga Puja

According to Hindu culture, from the collective energy of all Gods, as an embodiment of shakti ( divine feminine power). In Sanskrit Goddess Durga means, “the impenetrable”. This Grand festival, which is celebrated prominently by Bengalis across India in honor of the powerful Goddess Durga. The Durga Puja 2019 is an extremely social and theatrical event. Drama, dance, and cultural performances are widely held. Food is a huge part of the festival, and street stalls blossom all over West Bengal. The Street of Kolkata is beautifully decorated with lights and flowers. Overall, this festival is mainly celebrated to bring people together and to attain the blessings of Goddess Durga Maa.

Muhurat

Ashtami Tithi - Sunday, 6 October 2019
Ashtami Tithi Begins - 09:50 on (5 October 2019)
Ashtami Tithi Ends - 10:54 on (6 October 2019)


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Celebration of Durga Puja In Kolkata

Durga in Kolkata has its own rituals as it is the biggest and most important occasion of the year there. Celebrations for Durga Puja include beautifully decorated idols and public puja pandals. The idols are decorated with flowers, clothes, jewelry, etc. Various sweets are offered to the Goddess as Prashad. The idol of Lord Ganesha is also beautifully decorated and placed alongside the idol of Goddess Durga, as she is considered to be Lord Shiva's wife, Parvati's avatar, and thus, Lord Ganesha’s mother. Maa Durga is worshipped in many forms, the most famous being that of Kumari (Virgin). On the day of Ashtami, unwed girls are worshipped. This ritual is considered the purest form of worship.

In Bengal, a popular ritual is Sindur Khela. On the last day of Durga Pooja, married women gather at the puja pandals and smear each other with Sindur (vermillion), similar to how Indians play with colors on Holi. This ritual is to bid farewell to Goddess Durga. The idols of the goddess are immersed, head first, into rivers. Family gatherings, exchanging sweets and gifts with loved ones are a popular tradition in Kolkata.

Celebration of Durga Puja in other states

  • Maharashtra-In Maharashtra, Durga Puja is an occasion of fun. The flower garlands which are put on the deity during the Puja, are not removed the next day. After nine days all nine are removed together. Pictures of an elephant are drawn with powder colors and the girls are asked to play guessing games. All the nine days of Navratri are dedicated to Goddess Durga.
  • Punjab- The boisterous Punjabis strictly observe Navratri. Their people worship Goddess Durga and eat the staple diet which is mainly fruit or a complete meal only once a day. These days Intoxicating drinks or meat and other forms of entertainment are completely avoided by the people in Punjab. At the end of the fast devotees feed beggars or worship little girls who represent the Shakti of the Mother Goddess.
  • Kullu- Dussehra is a joyous event in Kullu which has a lot of cultural significance. In Kullu, there is a zealous celebration in Kullu on the last day of Vijayadashami, in the Dhalpur Maidan valley. Dussehra at Kullu commences on the tenth day of Vijayadashami day and also continues for seven days.
  • Jammu and Kashmir- In Jammu and Kashmir, though Hindus are in minority they celebrate Durga Puja with pomp and show. The favorite deities of Kashmir are Lord Shiva and Serawali Maa Durga, who rides the tiger. Though no special pandals can be found here, each Hindu household does the pooja at home. Adults fast on water and eat fruits in the evenings. As elsewhere, Kashmiris grow barley in earthen pots. On the last day of Navratri, an Arti is held at the temple after which people break their fast. On Dussehra day, Ravana’s effigy is burnt.

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Future Point wishes you a prosperous Durga Puja. We hope that everyone receives immense blessings of Goddess Durga on this pious occasion of Durga Puja.

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