Durga Puja 2020

Durga Puja 2020

 

 

DURGA PUJA 2020

Durga Puja or Durgotsav is a 9-day long celebration to reveres Goddess Durga. It is the most popular festival in numerous Indian states like West Bengal and Uttar Pradesh. The festival is famous for the name Durgotsav and Sharad Navratri. It is an annual Hindu festival on which thousands of devotees reveres Goddess Durga. People also recognize this festival with names likeSharadiya Pujo, Maha Pujo, and Ajakbondhan. It falls in Ashvin month in accordance with the Hindu calendar.

The festival typically falls in the month of September or October every year. This holy celebration is the commemoration of the epic battle between Goddess Durga and Mahishasura. The day is celebrated for the embodiment of conquest of good over the devil.


 

Meaning of Durga

Goddess Durga is commonly worshiped as the deity of Shakti. The meaning of Durga is the one who is intricate to approach. Nevertheless, she is the mother of the universe and a brave warrior. She is the one who is engrossed with fondness, beauty, power, wealth, and intrinsic worth.


 

Significance of Durga Puja

The festival of Durga Puja is to devote Goddess Durga prior to embarking on a fearful battle with the king of Lanka, Ravana. Hindu mythology mention, Lord Ram worships Mahishasuramardini and offers her 108 blue lotuses with 108 lighting lamps for her blessings. Later, he triumphs over the demons and establishes Dharma.

The day of Vijayadashmi is the symbol of victory of goodness over demons. It is the day to rejoice Lord Ram’s victory. On this day devotees often observe fast to seek the blessing of Lord Ram and Goddess Durga to triumph over obstacles in life. Fasting and devoting Goddess Durga in the period of Shardiya Navratri helps devotees to win over negativity and demons. It makes devotees gain knowledge and wealth.


 

Durga Puja 2020 Dates

24th October 2020 (Saturday)


 

Durga Puja across the Country-

Durga Puja concurs with another grandeur festival i.e. Dussehra. The festival of Dussehra is also popular as Vijayadashami. Hindu mythologies, it is the day when Lord Ram wins the battle over king Ravana. In accordance with the traditions, the act of Ram Lila takes place and a majestic statue of Ravana is burned.

The celebration of Durga Puja takes place on a significant level in Bengal, Orissa, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, and the seven sisters. People from Assamese, Maithili, Odiya and Bihari region have a significant value for Durga Puja. It is a Socio-cultural festival that brings people together for grand festivity.


 


 


 


(Updated Date & Time :- 2020-03-03 10:14:58 )


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