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Eastern India celebrates Vijayadasami in a different way

Eastern India celebrates Vijayadasami in a different way
Eastern India celebrates Vijayadasami in a different way
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In almost all cities of eastern India, Durga Pooja celebrations can be compared to that of a street carnival. Traffic literally comes to a standstill. Devotees spend the five days in pandal hopping; bringing home different types of idols, and visiting exuberant make shift temples with families and friends.



The atmosphere in towns or cities transforms is that of a long, extravagant carnival. Security is beefed up for the pooja and people have to walk long distances to reach their pandal. Houses and shops are all decked up with garlands made of marigold and mango leaves. On the day of visarjan, books, tools and pens are placed before the feet of Durga murti.

Eastern India celebrates Vijayadasami in a different way

Vehicles are also decorated with flowers, symbolizing the good wishes of the Goddess. All this is done to seek blessings for the coming year and hence the last day of the Navaratri festival Vijayadashami is considered auspicious to start a new venture.


Eastern India celebrates Vijayadasami in a different way
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