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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Durga Puja Speech and Essay

Good Morning Every one.Respected Principal,teachers and students.Today Durga Puja Festival. so I speak aboutr Durga Puja Festival.-----This starting line for Speech  and Essay and Speech conman Contain below.


Durga Puja is one of the main Hindu festivals. It is celebrated every year with lots of preparations to honor of goddess Durga. She is the daughter of Himalaya and Menaka and a transition of sati who later got married to the Lord Shiva. It is considered that this puja was started first time when Lord Rama worshipped the Goddess Durga to get power to kill Ravana.


Durga Puja is celebrated from sixth to ninth day of bright lunar fortnight (shukla paksha) in Ashvin. Tenth day is celebrated as Vijayadashami as at this day goddess Durga got victory over a demon. This festival marks the victory of goodness over evil power, a buffalo demon Mahishasura. People in Bengal worship Durga as Durgotinashini means a destroyer of evil as well as a protector of devotees.It is widely celebrated at many places in India such as Assam, Tripura, Bihar, Mithila, Jharkhand, Odisha, Manipur, West Bengal, etc. At some places it becomes five-days annual holiday. It is a religious and socio-cultural event being celebrated for years with complete devotion by the devotees. A huge Durga puja fair also held in the Ram-lila ground which attracts a big crowd of people.

Durga Puja is a nine days long festival. Days of Durga Puja celebration varies according to the place, custom, people’s capacity and people’s belief. Some people celebrate it for five, seven or full nine days. People start worship of Durga statue on ‘Shashti’ which ends on the “Dashami”. Some people in the community or society celebrate it by decorating a ‘pandal’ in the nearby regions. In these days, all the nearby temples become full of devotees especially in the morning. Some people do worship at home with all the arrangements and go for statue immersion to the river Ganga at last day.

Navaratri or Durga Puja is celebrated to tribute the victory of good over evil. It is believed by the devotees that at this day goddess Durga got victory over the bull demon Mahishasura. She was called by the God Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva to kill demon and make the world free of him. After many days of battle she finally killed that demon on the tenth day, the day is called as Dussehra. The real meaning of Navaratri is the nine days and nights of battle between goddess and devil. Durga Puja fair attracts a huge crowd of devotees and visitors including foreign tourists at one place.
 
 

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