New Delhi [India]: After a hiatus of two years, the festive fervour is returned in New Delhi’s mini Bengal, Chittaranjan Park, which is known for its Durga Puja celebrations. From big beautiful Maa Durga Pandals to drooling dishes, the arrangements of the festival are in full swing, and the devotees are all set to celebrate Durga Puja just like the same way in the pre-pandemic generation.
Ashish Shome, Treasure, Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav themed pandal, CR Park told a news agency, “In 2022, we are going to have fun the 47th year of this Durga Puja, throughout last two years of Covid-19 we couldn’t carry out Durga Puja in a right manner, but this yr we are coming lower back just like the same manner in 2019, identical scale and the identical enthusiasm. This yr, our theme is Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, and we can have a massive flag on the pinnacle of the pandal; we’re going to arrange many cultural activities for leisure. But because of Covid, this year’s money float is not up to speed, so we are not spending a whole lot of money on these events, but in different regions, the celebrations can be the same as in 2019.”
‘Dhakis’, the conventional drummers without which the celebrations of Maa Durga competition are incomplete, may be visibly returned in CR park.
In a verbal exchange with a news agency, Partha Banerjee, Committee member, CR Park, stated, “This year we had been cautioned by using the police no longer to invite any huge superstar during Durga Puja to avoid the useless crowd. Last yr, due to Covid, Durga Puja celebrations were performed at a minimum scale; we’re instructed to observe all protocols, to wear masks, and maintain social distancing, this year there are not any such restrictions, but it is being celebrated after two years so this time the crowd goes to be massive in numbers, plenty extra than 2019. Previously we had a footfall of over 1 lakh people each day, even greater than that on Ashtami and Navami. But this yr, we just cannot imagine how big it is going to be. But we’re organized for that and taking all the precautionary measures. We have our personal bouncers and police help.”
The Hindu competition of Durga Puja, additionally known as Durgotsava or Sharodotsava, is an every year celebration that honors the Hindu goddess Durga and commemorates her victory over Mahishasur.
Over the years, Durga Puja has ended up an inseparable part of Indian tradition, with innumerable humans celebrating this competition in their particular personal way while referring to a way of life.
Hindu mythology holds that the goddess comes to her earthly home at the moment to bless her devotees. For the Bengali network, Durga Puja is the biggest pageant. This year Maha Shashti falls on October 1, and Vijaya Dashami on October 5.
The significance of Durga Puja goes beyond faith and is revered as the birthday party of compassion, brotherhood, humanity, artwork, and lifestyle. From the reverberation of ‘dhaak’ and new clothes to scrumptious food, there stays a merry mood in recent times.