Durga Puja: The Festival of Lights!

Durga Puja is a major Hindu festival celebrated in the Indian subcontinent, particularly in West Bengal, Assam, Odisha, Tripura, Jharkhand, and Bangladesh.

The festival is a celebration of the victory of good over evil, and it is one of the most popular festivals in India.

The festival culminates on the tenth day, which is known as Vijayadashami or Dashami. On this day, the idols of Durga are immersed in a river or a body of water.

There are many different ways to celebrate Durga Puja. Some people attend pandals, which are temporary temples that are set up for the festival.

Others celebrate at home with family and friends. There are also many public events that take place during Durga Puja, such as music and dance performances, food festivals, and fairs.

Durga Puja is a significant festival for Hindus because it celebrates the victory of good over evil.

The goddess Durga is a symbol of strength and power, and she is believed to protect her devotees from harm.

The festival is also a time for Hindus to come together and celebrate their faith.

During this puja season, visit Mandarmani and stay at our Mohana Beach Resort.