This blog, I started with no intention of starting about 2 years back. But now I’m loving you guys who stop to see this, and it’s all about you who see and without that appreciation and love, blogging would not have been possible.
You mean so much.
Thanks for flying with me.
You want to change, but you don’t know what to do. I have a suggestion for you. Dare yourself to do something you fear. Take that first step no matter how scary it is. You may not have a clear picture of where you want to go, but just start moving. Don’t stand still, unless […]
My Day Today on Astami (Durga Puja’s third day)
4:34 pm: Left my house, took my cousin sister, got on our car
4:__pm: Reached the first pandal (BJ Block puja association):
5:__pm: Reached the second pandal:
5:__pm: Dropped my cousin sister at our house
5:__pm: Asked the chauffeur yo drop us at the Underground Rail station
5:__pm: Traveled six stations up
6:__pm: Saw two pandals (66 Pally, Aghrani)
6:__pm: Drank a can of RedBull
6:__pm: Kept Walking
6:__pm: Saw another pandal (Chetla Aghrani)
7:__pm: Kept walking
8:__pm: Stood in queue for another pandal (Deshapriya park)
Deshapriya Park was a pandal whose murti has 1000 hands of the Durga instead of the traditional 10. People flocked to visit it.
9:__pm: Saw Deshapriya Park (Didn’t get a clear shot in the crowd)
10:__pm: Hopped on a Underground Train
10:__pm: Saw some other pandals:
11:__pm: Reached home
It’s great to spend time to observe the tree. It’s too beautiful and also full of changes. Every time, when you look at the tree, its look different from the past. You can experience leaves fallen, flower blossom, bear fruits, no way you can get the same scenery. Besides, sunlight, raining day, cloudy day, windy […]
Durga Pujor preeti ‘o subhhechha!
The Durga Puja – Tradition, Heart and Soul of the Bengalis or Bangalis.
The Durga Puja is celebrated all over West Bengal, India and the World. This is celebrated over five days. The first, yesterday, was Mahasasthi when we invite Goddess Durga from the heavens and the day when the Puja begins. Pandals or Canopies are made, where the Goddess stays for the five days. Purohits greet her with all the rituals (seen in the featured image, in yellow). Today, Mahasaptami, is when it all begins: Competition between clubs, Themes everywhere, And of course Greetings.
Here is the Gallery of all the Pandals I have seen so far: