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Monday, 24 September 2018

September 24, 2018

All About Mahalaya.| What is Mahalaya and why its Celebrated?

All About Mahalaya.| What is Mahalaya and why it's Celebrated?

Mahalaya means that the prayer of the mother will be held in October 09. The pilgrims are excited about Mahalaya. Mother Durga is celebrated as an appeal.

All About Mahalaya.| What is Mahalaya and why it's Celebrated?

If you believe in the Hindu Calendar, Mahalaya starts on the new moon of Ashwin month. The first day of the Mahayala Durga Puja is considered. According to the recognition, people pay tribute to the ancestors on this day. The Shraddha of people suffering from premature death is also done today.
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Know what the meaning of Mahalaya

The original meaning of Mahalaya is the appeal of the Goddesses and Fathers. Father's party dates for 15 days and on the day of Mahayala all the ancestors are immersed. On the new moon day, the ancestors go to the door of their son's dynasty with the hope of Pindda and Shraddha. Fathers should be pandad and ablished. On the day of the new moon, people set up and adorn their ancestors. Water and substances given to them receive ancestors.


All About Mahalaya.| What is Mahalaya and why it's Celebrated?


In the patriarchy, the gods leave their place. In lieu of deities, the ancestors reside for 15 days. On the day of Mahayala, the paternal aide receives Pindada and Binanjali from his son and goes to his house to bless his son and family with happiness and prosperity. From the Mahalaya, the deity resides in its place. In the patriarchal side, worship of gods is not worshiped for 15 days. The worship of Goddesses starts from Mahalaya.


Historical Importance of Mahalaya

Mahalaya is a Sanskrit word in which Mah means great and comes as a means of residence. Mahalaya Amavasya shows the beginning of Durga Puja or Navaratri. Durga Puja is considered to be the biggest festival of the Hindus. Navaratri begins with Mahalaya. Mother Durga is worshiped on the black night of Mahalaya Amavasya and she is prayed that she should come to earth and bless her devotees. According to mythological beliefs, on this day, Mother Durga comes on earth and protects her children with asura powers. This is considered to be the end of the patriarch with the introduction of the Divine Party.


All About Mahalaya.| What is Mahalaya and why it's Celebrated?

The Mahala festival is celebrated mostly by Bengalis. Mahala Navratri or Durga Puja is considered to be the beginning. In it, Mother Durga is called to protect her devotees from Mahisasur. These are celebrated on the black night of the new moon and the devotees pray to the mother to come to earth. Mother Kailash comes to Earth for her children. After this there is a great celebration of the arrival of the mother. On the sixth day from Mahalaya, a big event is organized in pandals. During this time, the worship of Durga is done very swiftly. During this time the roads are decorated and the idols of Mother Durga are held in pandals.


On this day, all people remember their ancestors and offer them food. These food, clothes and sweets feed to the Brahmin. On this day, people wake up early in the morning and worship their goddess in front of the goddess Mahamaya. Food and clothing are donated in Pavo Pavilion. The food for the ancestors is made in silver or copper utensils. After this the food is fed in banana leaves and in a bowl made of dry leaves. Most Kheer, Rice, Dal, Gour, and Citaph are offered in the food.


Why it's Celebrated?


All About Mahalaya.| What is Mahalaya and why it's Celebrated?

After the departure of Lord Ganesha, it is time to celebrate Navaratri. Navaratri is also known as Durga Puja. It starts from Mahalaya, the first day of Durga Puja is called Mahale. Durga Puja preparations for Bengalis begin a month ago. According to the Hindu calendar, the meaning of the Divine aspect is in which the Moon enters the month of Ashwin. This festival of Mahalaya takes place on the first day of Navratri or Durga Puja. This day is considered the day of Navratri and Durga Puja. Mother Durga is worshiped in it and she is prayed that she should come to earth and bless her devotees. This day is considered to be the last day of Shraddha or patri pada. Mahalaya Amavasya comes on the last day of the patriarch.


How is the Mahalaya celebrated?


On this day, all people remember their ancestors and offer them food. These food, clothes and sweets feed to the Brahmin. On this day, people wake up early in the morning and worship their goddess in front of the goddess Mahamaya. Food and clothing are donated in Pavo Pavilion. The food for the ancestors is made in silver or copper utensils. After this the food is fed in banana leaves and in a bowl made of dry leaves. Most Kheer, Rice, Dal, Gour, and Citaph are offered in the food.


What is the recognition?


All About Mahalaya.| What is Mahalaya and why it's Celebrated?

It is believed that in the father's side, Yamraj frees all the creatures every year. Yamraj does so because they can accept the sacrifices being made by their people.
According to the belief, the peer protects its total and protects them from every crisis.
It has also been said that Shraddha should be played for three generations.
It is believed that if Pipri becomes angry, then life has to face difficulties.

After the end of Shraddha, people gather in the preparations for the Navaratri festival. Navaratri festival, which lasted for 9 days, is worshiped at home and houses and nights and ninth turtles are kept.


Who is Mahishasur Mardini?


As soon as Shraddha ends, Navaratri's preparations begin. The incarnation of the mother who is worshiped in Navaratri is called Lakshmisarupa Mahishasur Mardini. Mahishasur Mardini Devi Durga has been told. Goddess Durga had slaughtered a monster called Mahishasur and gave it to the Gods.




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Sunday, 23 September 2018

September 23, 2018

World Most Expensive DURGA PUJA, 10 crore Bahubali Pandel

World Most Expensive DURGA PUJA, 10 crore Bahubali Pandel
(Shreebhumi Sporting Club's Puja Pandel)

In Puja 2017: The entrance of the pandal will be like a huge arches, where the trunk mounted elephants will stand on the pandal pillar. Like the poster of the sequel of the movie, Agarwal, through the Amarinder Bahubali trunk, Goswami said that the complete pandal will be made of brlywood and the idol will be very huge. In the style of the film, Goddess will be adorned with gold ornaments. It is worth Rs 10 crore.

These days, the whole country is surrounded by shardy Navratri and Durga Puja. The Grand Durga Puja pandals have been prepared in West Bengal. The organizers of capital Kolkata have been impressed by the popularity of the movie 'Bahubali 2' and finalized the pandal on the lines of the grand city of Mahishma Nagar. In this pandal made of a budget of about 10 crores, the goddess is adorned with gold ornaments.


This time, the center of the second attraction of the metropolis is Durga Puja Pandal of Rs 28 lakhs in the size of the uterus. This will show IVF and test tube baby. Apart from this, many other attractive pandals will also be seen.

3,000 pooja pandals are made
About 3000 pooja pandals are made in Kolkata. The city is ready to welcome Bhagwati Durga and her children. It will be so grand and unique that both the native and foreign visitors will be shocked to see it. In the northeast of the city, a 100-foot-high pandal at the venue of the Shreeibhoomi Sporting Club will get a glimpse of the set of 'Mahatmya Nagari' in the film 'Bahubali II'.


Club D.K. Goswami said, "In view of the popularity of this film, we thought that not only would it be suitable for attracting the crowd at large but also for showing a glimpse of the diversity of Indian culture." Goswami has designed the basic design of Pandal.


Pandel made with Plywood


World Most Expensive DURGA PUJA, 10 crore Bahubali Pandel
(Bahubali Puja Pandel)

The entrance of the pandal will be like the huge arches, where the trunk mounted elephants will stand on the pillar of Pandal. Like the poster of Sequel of the movie, Amarinder Bahubali will be seen climbing through the trunk. Goswami said, the whole pandal will be made of Plywood and the idol will be very spacious. In the style of the film, Goddess will be adorned with gold ornaments. It is worth Rs 10 crore.

The goal of eliminating the myths associated with IVF is also


The city will be based on Purbalok Sarbanjinin (community worship) Pandal IVF and Test Tube Baby theme. Kuntal Chaudhary of PurboLok Sarbanjin said, "Our main objective is to remove the myths spreading in relation to the process and to create awareness about fraud. This Pandal, made in a budget of 28 lakhs, is like the uterus and has used 4000 glass test tubes, beaker and other materials.


Statue Decorated with Jewellery


World Most Expensive DURGA PUJA, 10 crore Bahubali Pandel
(Bahubali Pandel's Maa Durga)


Other IVF experts, including Baidyanath Chakraborty, are likely to be present to answer this process and questions related to test tube baby. In the meantime, a 86-year-old sculptor, Kurtali Sarboznan, near the houses of sculptors and sculptors, has been finalized by decorating straw and clay made of clay and cloth with clothes and ornaments.


Sculptors consider idols to be their daughters


World Most Expensive DURGA PUJA, 10 crore Bahubali Pandel
(Durga Maa in Shreebhumi Sporting Club)


Sculptors provide a vibrant look to the statue of Bhagwati from bamboo, wood, straw and soil. Babu Pal, a spokesman for sculptors said, "We make idols with reverence because we consider them as our own daughter. When the puja ends and it is immersed, it feels like when your daughter is away with her husband to start a new life after marriage.

Saturday, 22 September 2018

September 22, 2018

What is Kumari Puja in Durga Puja?

What is Kumari Puja in Durga Puja?

In the Navaratri, the Kanya Puja starts from the date of Saptami and during this time the girls are invited to the house and called for health recurrence. On the day of Durgashtami and Navami, these daughters are welcomed as the goddess of nine gods. It is believed that like the ladies of the daughters, the Lord Durga is pleased with the strictness and banquet and bless the devotees with happiness and prosperity.

Why and how is female worship or Kumari Puja?

Virgo worship is of great significance during Navaratri festival. The devotee's Navaratri fast is completed only after worshiping nine daughters in the form of reflection of nine Goddesses. Mother Durga is happy with just giving her Dakshina by enjoying her according to her strength.

What day do Female worship or Kumari Puja?


Although many people start worshiping the women from Saptami, but those who observe the whole nine days, according to the date, after the worship of the Ninth and Dashami, they open the fast after taking the offerings. According to the scriptures, the day of Durgashtami is considered to be the most important and the auspicious for the worship of the Kanya.


Kumari or Female worship Method

What is Kumari Puja in Durga Puja?

- Virgo girls are invited for daughter-in-law and worship a day before.
On the day of main girl worship, it is not right to capture the girls from here and there.
- Welcome all the families of the girls on the entrance of the flower with flowers and show the names of all nine names of Navdurga.
Now, putting these girls in a comfortable and clean place, they should wash all their feet in a plate full of milk or in a plate and wash their feet with their hands and take blessings by touching their feet.
After that, on the forehead, the uninspired, flowers and crisp should be placed.
- Then after meditation of Mother Bhagwati, make these devotional daughters food according to their wishes.

After the meal, give your daughters dakshina, gifts according to their strength and bless them by touching their feet again.


How old are the Female of the bride worship or Kumari Puja?


The daughters should be upto two years and upto 10 years and their number should be at least 9 and there should also be a child, which is considered as the form of Hanumanji. Just as a mother's worship is not complete without Bhairav, in the same way, it is very important for a child to feed even a girl during pooja. If more than 9 girls are coming to the banquet then there is no objection.


Worship of Female or Kumari Puja by Age

What is Kumari Puja in Durga Puja?

- Navratri is worshiped for one year and nine or twenty nine in every Ashtami or Navami.
- Removes misery and poverty from the worship of two-year-old girl (Kumari). Three year old daughter is considered as trinity. The wealth comes from the worship of the trinity and the happiness comes in the family.
- A four year old girl is considered Kalyani. Its worship is the welfare of the family. While the daughter of five years is called Rohini. By worshiping Rohini, the person becomes sick.
- The daughter of a six-year girl has been called the Kalika form. Vidya, Vijay and Rajyog are attained by the form of Kalika. Chandika is a seven year old girl. Worship of Chandika form is the achievement of Aishwarya.
- An eight-year-old girl is called Shambhavi. By worshiping it, there is victory in debate. Nine year old daughter is called Durga. By worshiping it, enemies are destroyed and incurable work is done.

- The ten year old girl is called Subhadra. Subhadra fulfills all the aspirations of her devotees.


Only 9 days is not enough to honor them.


In Navaratri, the girls in India are worshiped as goddesses. But some people forget all this after Navratri. Virgo is exploited in many places and they are slandered. Even today, there is sadness on the birth of a girl in many villages in India. Why so? Are you not insulting these forms of Goddess Mother by doing this? We have to change our thinking about girls and women. Respect the goddess like girls. Respecting them is as virtuous as worshiping God. It is also written in the scriptures that God resides in the house where the woman is respected.


What is Kumari Puja in Durga Puja?

This ancient tradition of Virgo worship is such a belief that once the mother Vaishno Devi was pleased with the devotion of her supreme devotee Pandit Shridhar, she not only rescued her and gave evidence of her existence to the whole creation. Today, devotees of Shree Sridhar used to live in Hansali village, located 2 km from Katra town of Jammu and Kashmir. They were children and were unhappy. One day, he invited the virgin daughters to his house for the Navaratri worship. Mata Vaishno came in between her daughter as a daughter. After the worship, all the daughters returned, but the mother did not go. Invite goddess Pandit Shridhar, who came to Balrup, - invite everyone to Bhandara. Shridhar accepted the divine daughter and sent a message to Bhandara in the nearby villages. All the people came in Bhandara Many girls also came After this Sridhar's family was born. Since then, people have been demanding blessings from mother by doing daughter pooja and daughter food till date.

What is Kumari Puja in Durga Puja?


Benefits of Kanya Pujan


It is believed that the worship of the Navaratri and the venerable Kanya is incomplete without worship. On the last day, who worshiped the girls with reverence, all their desires are fulfilled. Some people also feed a young child with nine girls as Baba.


*This Puja has So much Historical importance and it's So important for Bangalis in the west Bengal.

Saturday, 8 September 2018

September 08, 2018

Why Bangalis Durga Puja is so special? know these interesting facts

After listening the name of Durga Puja, Firstly we thinks about West Bengal.Although Durga Puja is celebrating every city of India every district, but the matter of Bengal's Durga Puja is something else. Yes, Dussehra, Navratri and Durga Puja festival are the same, but in different states this festival of Durga Maa is called by different names.


Why Bangalis Durga Puja is so special? know these interesting facts