Worship of Goddess Jagadhatri – With Weekend Trivia

The Puja was first originated in Krishnanagar of Nadia District, Bengal. Maharaja Krishnachandra was the perpetrator of the Puja. Down the years, puja held in Krishnanagar, Chandannagar, Rishra, Bhadreshwar, Hooghly, Boinchi etc are very popular and holds special attraction for the masses. It is held in the Bengali month of Kartik and People from different parts of India visit these places to witness Jagadhatri puja … Continue reading Worship of Goddess Jagadhatri – With Weekend Trivia

Kali Puja Celebration 2018 with Weekend Trivia

Kali Puja for 2018 has just ended and we are still reveling in the glory of Kali Puja and Diwali. Kali Puja is mainly restricted to the Bengali Communities around India. So, here we bring for you a few glimpses of Kali Puja Parikrama 2018. The locations of most of these are around West Bengal and Assam. Enjoy them and relieve your festive occasion memories … Continue reading Kali Puja Celebration 2018 with Weekend Trivia

Dev Deepawali- The Diwali of Gods at Varanasi

https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Dev Deepawali or the Diwali of the Gods or the Festival of Lights of the Gods is the festival of Kartik Poornima celebrated in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India. It falls on the full moon of the Hindu month of Kartika (November – December) and takes place fifteen days after Diwali. Dev Deepawali will be held on 22nd November 2018. Dev … Continue reading Dev Deepawali- The Diwali of Gods at Varanasi

Agomoni – Embodiment Of The Goddess

The life of Bengalis revolves around one major thing amongst most others predominantly – Durga Puja. While for most others, the annual cycle of the year is January – December, for Bengalis around the world, the annual cycle is from October – September. As it so happens, now that we have entered the second half of August, all Bengalis can think of is Pujo, the … Continue reading Agomoni – Embodiment Of The Goddess