Durga is represented in the Hindu gods as a goddess riding a lion or a tiger, with all the weapons carrying a weapon, often defeated by the Mahishasura (lit buffalo demon). It appears in Indian texts as the wife of God Shiva, as another form of Parvati or the Mother Goddess.
The festival of Durga Puja for ten days is an important annual festival in Bengal, Odisha, Assam, Jharkhand and Bihar. The Hindu calendar is scheduled for luni-solar in the month of Ashvin, usually in September or October. The festival celebrates communities making colorful pictures of mud durga pooja vidhi, reciting the text of Davy Mahatmya, praying and celebrating for nine days, and then being carried out in a procession with singing and dancing, then falling into the water.
The day of the Durja victory is celebrated as Vijayadashami (Bijoya in Bengali), Dashin (Nepal) or Dussehra (Hindi), and these words literally mean “victory at ten (today).”
It is believed that after three days the sincere worship of the Durga goddess in the form of a person gets to triumph over internal vices, such as ego, anger, lust, fear, etc., and only then can progress to achieve spiritual wealth and thus, Goddess Lakshmi, Physical prosperity from the fourth to the sixth day of Navratri. However, on the fifth day, the Mother Goddess is worshiped in the form of Saraswati, the god of knowledge and wisdom in Hindu religion.
The last day of the Navratri Festival is known as Maha navami puja . This is a very auspicious day according to Hindu religion. On this day, nine girls, who have not yet reached the age of adolescence, worship with great devotion. These nine girls represent the representations of the divine Mother Goddess. The girls are welcome at home washing their feet and devotees offering them Prasad and new clothes at the end of the puja. Therefore, God represents Shakti’s universal power of God, which is the work of creation, preservation and destruction. The worship of Goddess Shakti confirms scientific theory that energy is not perishable. It can not be created or destroyed, it always exists.
Durga Puja, one of the most auspicious festivals in India, means “victory over evil”. The festival celebrates the worship of the goddess of power (Ma Shakti). The festival takes place in the month of Ashwen Hindus and the festival is held from the first day until the tenth day of this month. The festival is a passion and passion for Indians and Indians abroad who settled there and returned home in India to celebrate this lavish but auspicious feast with their families and relatives.
Durga Puja lasts ten days, but the Maa Durga valleys are installed on the 7th day of Navratri. Over the past three days, Durga Puja has been delighted with a wonderful elegance and delight. Shakti’s idols can be seen in different designs, sizes and colors. Ma Durga is also called the goddess of power (Shakti). The goddess Shakti has ten hands and is located on the back of a large lion. The goddess fights with Mahisasur (Demon) with ten different arms.
Ma Lakshmi (Goddess of Wealth and Wealth) and Massa Saraswati (Goddess of Wisdom and Learning) are on both sides of what Dorga. The sons of Ma Durga, Cartica and Ganesh sit next to him on the peacock and the mouse in this order. During the last three days, the idols of these gods were consecrated with the gods of their mother Shakti. Durga Puja starts from the seventh day of the bright moon.
There are many legends associated with Durga Pooja. It is said that the goddess Shakti killed a demon named Mahisasur on this day. Another popular legend is that Lord Shri Ram killed the Evil Satan Ravana on this day and performed devotion and worship to the goddess Durga. The third story associated with Durga Pooja is that Kind Suratha performed a special play for Goddess of Power on this day.
In the Durga Puja rituals, they are presented to Maa Durga Bhog (Prasadam) and flowers (Pushpam). Prist sings saints “Chandi Shloks” and performs the ritual of Puja. In the days of Navratri, religious women Bhajans and songs dedicated to Ama Amba sing together in groups at Duja Puja Bandals, temples and houses. On the last day, which is known as “Vijaydashmi”, the idols of Durga are immersed in water. The idols in Durga are beautifully decorated and beautifully decorated in procession with the band and music, and the colors are everywhere and all people show the same color of sincerity to the goddess Durga.
The shape of the Durja Buja celebration can vary depending on location and location. The great celebration of the island of Durga Puja in the West Bengal region and Durga Puja in Calcutta can be seen worldwide because of its wonderful celebrations and passion..