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Durga Puja 2021 also known as Durgotsava, is an annual festival that honors the Hindu goddess Durga and pays homage to her. Assam, Odisha, Tripura, Bangladesh, and the Mithilanchal regions of Bihar and Nepal are particularly popular and traditionally celebrate this festival. There is a ten-day festival, the last five of which are significant, celebrated in the Hindu calendar month Ashwin, which corresponds to September to October on the Gregorian calendar. It is performed both at home and in public, with a temporary stage and structural decorations (known as pandals). There are also scripture recitations, art performances, celebratory processions, gifts, visitations of family, and feasting events during the festival. In the Shaktism tradition of Hinduism, the Durga puja is an important festival.

In this festival, Goddess Durga commemorates her victory over Mahishasura, an asura that can assume different forms. The goddess, as the force of life and creation, represents the triumph of good over evil in this festival. Ram Lila dance-dramas are performed during this festival to celebrate the victory of Rama over Ravana. Effigies of Ravana are also set ablaze.

There are many deities worshipped during Durga puja, including Durga (the goddess of abundance and prosperity), Saraswati (the goddess of knowledge and music), Ganesha (the god of good beginnings), and Kartikeya (the god of war). It is believed that the Durga puja commemorates the visit of Durga and her children to her natal home in Bengali and Odia traditions. Mahalaya precedes Durga’s festival, which is believed to mark the beginning of her journey home. At the beginning of the celebrations (Shasthi), the goddess is welcomed by rituals. As the festival concludes on the tenth day (Vijaya Dashami), devotees carry the clay sculptured idols in procession to rivers and other water bodies and immerse them in symbolic return to the Divine and Shiva’s marriage home in Kailash. In the festival celebration and rituals observed, there are regional and community differences.

Despite its unclear origins, the Durga puja is an old Hindu tradition. Historical records indicate that the royal family sponsors major Durga puja celebrations since the 16th century, as documented in manuscripts from the 14th century. Assam, Bengal, and Odisha all gained prominence during the British Raj for the Durga puja 2021. In today’s world, Durga puja is celebrated everywhere as a cultural and social event as well as a religious one.

Innumerable people celebrate Durga puja in their own way while adhering to tradition in the centuries that have passed.

Clay sculpture idols are created using clay It is a ceremonial process that begins with the gathering of clay and ends with ornamentation in the puja. Sculpture idols are made months before the festival occurs, during summer, though the festival is observed after the monsoon harvest. In the process of casting the sculpture idols, materials such as bamboo frames, in which the idols are cast, are prayed to as well as Ganesha and the perceived divinity.

To build the foundation, various types of clay are used, including alluvial soil. The choice here is based on a tradition wherein Durga is believed to be omnipresent, perceived as the energy of creation and the material of the universe. In certain traditions in Kolkata, soil samples are included in the clay mixture for Durga that originate from areas of “forbidden territory” (social outcast areas like brothels).

Using straw and clay as a base, the cast is shaped into hay and bamboo molds. A fine final shape is created by layering, cleaning, painting, and polishing. Adding a layer of jute to the top also prevents the statue from cracking as time goes. In the statues, the heads are typically made separately, while the limbs are mostly made from bundled straws. Around August, the artisans begin painting the sculpture-idols which are later dressed in clothing, bejeweled, and displayed at puja altars.

Durga Puja wishes 2021

Greetings and best wishes for Durga Puja 2021: The Festival of Durga Puja is upon us. As the year winds down, Durga Puja ushers in the festive vibes as the Bengali, Odia, and Assamese communities grow around the globe.

Navratri celebrations generally coincide with Durga Puja, which highlights Goddess Durga’s nine forms in her nine manifestations. Mahishasura was defeated by the goddess on this day. In her idol, a lion is depicted slaying a demon who is depicted at her feet, which illustrates the reason for her idol slaying the demon.

  • Here’s wishing the Mother Goddess blesses you and your family with happiness, good health and success. Happy Durga Puja!
  • Sharadiya Shubha! Wishing you a lifetime of joy and happiness from Goddess Durga!
  • May your Durga Puja be blessed! Let us celebrate the triumph of good over evil, and the triumph of truth.
  • It’s Durga Puja time! You can fight the odds, fight through all adversity and achieve all your goals with the strength and grace of Maa Durga!
  • I wish you a happy and prosperous New Year! Durga Puja to all!
  • Your dreams will be fulfilled this Durga Puja if you pray to her! Blessings to you
  • Wishing you a prosperous, joyful and successful Durga Puja this year. May Her blessings always surround you!
  • I wish you good health, prosperity, good fortune, and success this Durga Puja!

Durga Puja 2021 quotes

  • The Goddess Durga is doing well and I wish her good luck and everlasting blessings. Happy Durga Puja.
  • Your family and you will always be blessed by Maa Durga. Enjoy the largest festival we have ever had! We wish you a blessed life.
  • You are the biggest blessing I have ever experienced. Maa blesses me with these blessings every year, so I keep thanking her. Best wishes to my beloved during this festive season.
  • Let us celebrate Maa Durga in all her glory and blessing – she has blessed us throughout the year! During this Durga Puja, let’s make it a memorable one.
  • A very happy Durga Puja to you! I hope that this Durga Puja brings you joy and beautiful moments. Wishing you full health, wealth, and happiness through the power of Goddess Durga.
  • Don’t worry about anything. Your life has just become so much more awesome thanks to Durga. Wishing you a prosperous Durga Puja in 2021!
  • Her arrival heralds a joyful new year with promises of power, strength, and truth. Give her a warm welcome and let the celebration begin!

Durga Puja Greetings 2021

  • Your wishes will be granted by Maa. Happy Durga Pooja to you.
  • Your family and you will always be blessed by Maa Durga. Enjoy the largest festival we have ever had! Hopefully, Maa Durga will bless you.
  • You are the biggest blessing I have ever experienced. Every year, I thank Maa for this blessing. Best wishes to my beloved during this festive season.
  • We are ready to welcome Maa Durga and celebrate her blessings throughout the year! This Durga Puja should be memorable.
  • Greetings on Durga Puja! I hope you have fun and beautiful moments during this Durga Puja. Wishing you full health, wealth, and happiness through the power of Goddess Durga.
  • You may rejoice and prosper in life with the blessings of Maa Durga. We wish you a peaceful and prosperous 2021.

Durga Puja Sms 2021

  • Your family and I wish you a very happy Navratri. I wish you love, laughter, and positivity during the nine days of Navratri.
  • It is hoped that Ganesha’s nine avatars will bless you with nine qualities. These are power, happiness, humanity, peace, reverence, fame, and good health.
  • Sharing and caring are important aspects of Navratri. Wish you glorious days ahead. Happy Navratri 2021 and hope we emerge stronger from the pandemic
  • During this Navratri, may you find happiness in your life. May hatred never enter your life. May your Navratri be filled with joy.
  • Hopefully, the divine blessings of Goddess Durga will bring you eternal happiness and peace. Your wishes will be granted and you will be protected from all wrongdoings. Your family and I wish you a happy Navratri.
  • Your family and you are blessed by Durga Maa this Navratri, so get healthy, happy, and prosperous.
  • Greetings for the festival of Navratri! You and your family are blessed with joy, prosperity, and peace by Goddess Durga, who destroys all worries and bad.

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Various styles of Durga Puja are observed across India. Nevertheless, the basic purpose of this celebration is to bless man with wealth, prosperity, knowledge (both sacred and secular), and all other potent powers from Shakti, the Goddess in Her aspect as Power. The key to all propitiation, worship, and linking oneself with the Goddess is whatever request anyone may put before Her. Nothing else matters.

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