By FPJ Web Desk
Durga Puja is celebrated over four days -- sashti, saptami, ashthami and navami which this year fall from October 22 to 24.
The theme has been earning praises from people after going viral on social media.
Durga Puja celebrations this year will remain a low-key affair after Calcutta High Court declared pandals as 'no entry zones'.
By Prema Rajaram
Three days before West Bengal is set to usher the festival of Durga Puja amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the Calcutta High court on Monday ...Read More
BHOPAL: The number of people visiting the Durga Puja Pandals has dropped by 99% in the city due to the novel coronavirus pandemic. Only a...Read More
Durga Puja festivities cut across geography and religion, uniting the Bengali community across borders in spirit.
Not more than 15-25 people will be allowed inside the pandals. Further, the Calcutta High Court has advised the government to pursue crow...Read More
By Free Press Journal
Bombay Durga Bari Samiti (“the Samiti”) is one of the oldest Durga Pujas of Mumbai, dating back to the year 1930. They are now less than ...Read More
By Maithili Chakravarthy
With Pujo sweetmeats and goodies delivered to your house, and tuning into social media handles to watch the pujas marking Durga Puja this...Read More
By Asian News International
The Queen actor took to Twitter to share a throwback picture of herself from a Shakti temple seeking blessings from the Mother Goddess.
By Staff Reporter
Due to ‘Adhik Maas’ i.e. extra month in the Hindu calendar that keeps the lunar and solar calendars aligned, this year ‘Durgaotsav’ will ...Read More