By | 02 Oct 2022 at 12:17 AM
Durga Puja Maha Sasthi 2022: Date, Shashti Tithi, Shubh Mahurat, rituals and importance

Durga Puja 2022: With the fragrance of Dhanuchi in the air, people dancing air, people dancing around in colorful attires, there is happiness in the atmosphere, this is what feels like the Durga Puja vibe in the city. The time has come when your eyes will start to dazzle in the lights and decor of ingenious themed pandals. The national capital is all geared up to welcome lots of devotees to some of the exceptional pandals in the city.

After a halt of two years, the festive season emerges with greater cheer and celebration. The underlying concept of “good over evil” an essence of most Indian festivals is a crucial theme of this year, which makes it all the more special!

Following Ganesh Chaturthi now is the time to hear the echoes of Dhak, to smell the scent of Dhanuchi and delicious non-vegetarian cuisine and get enamored by the breath-taking pandals, it’s time to commemorate the light of Goddess Durga. We have the perfect list for residents of Delhi-NCR to enjoy the grandness of the festivities away from Kolkata, a specially curated list of all the top pandals you can visit.

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If you are wondering where to best experience the hues of Navratri and Durga Puja in Delhi, enlist these on your pandal hopping list right away!

  • Kashmiri Gate, Delhi

One of the most one-of-a-kind locations to witness the grand celebrations of Durga Puja is the annual pandal set up at Kashmiri Gate. It began somewhere round 1910 as a community puja during the celebration, making it more than 100 years old. People can revel in the standard rituals and mouth-watering bhog here. The pandal is set up pretty close to the Kashmiri Gate metro station so it is less difficult to locate.

  • CR Park, Delhi

Chittaranjan Park is one of the poshest residential areas in Delhi-NCR, which is known for organising some of the best Durga Puja pandals, as it is also home to a large number of Bengalis. The celebrations go on all night on the days of the puja. Apart from the massive idols of Goddess Durga with her children Lakshmi, Saraswati, Kartik, and Ganesh, one can additionally experience the iconic Dhunuchi Naach, a traditional dance carried out during the Durga aarti.

Durga Puja Maha Sasthi 2022: Date, Shashti Tithi, Shubh Mahurat, rituals and importance

  • Greater Kailash, Delhi

Greater Kailash welcomes most Bengali people to Durgotsav. It witnesses one of the most elite crowds coming together to celebrate the festival. Not only that, but the pandal additionally attracts many visitors living round Delhi-NCR. The exceptional thing about celebrating Durga Puja 2022 here is that the prasad is made of all organic ingredients. One should go to this pandal on Ashtami or Navami.

  • Noida Kalibari 

The Noida Bengali Culture Association is ready to organize its 40th Durga Puja celebrations at the Kalibari in sector 26. The premises will open for Anandomela on September 30. The pandal will replicate Belur Math. This year there will be Sharodd Samman awards recognize the efforts of puja committees in the city. Awards will be given to the nice idol, pandal and decorations.

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  • Gaur City

The Gaur City Bengali Cultural Association will hold celebrations at Dada-Dadi Park in Gaur City 1, Greater Noida west. The pandal will be the replica of the Kedarnath Temple, prepared via Kolkata-based craftsmen. It will be forty-five feet high, mostly made of bamboo adding to the charm the idol of goddess Durga will be 12 feet high.