I would like to go back in time to revisit stories from the 16th century and perhaps even times ancient than that. The stories revolve around Jain philosophies and practices. There will be key takeaways that can be applied to our modern-day lifestyles.
Away from the urban jungle, surrounded by divinity I spent 50+ days in the lap of nature's bounty and experienced the divinity that re-introduced me to the divinity that lived within me - hear my soul's soliloquy.
Both Cricket and social media marketing require the participants to be proactive, diligent, hardworking, always up on his/her toes and to keep practicing! The bog post has some quick key takeaways.
The interiors emanate a sense of peace. Right in the middle of the artificial water body, under the striking roof is Maa Durga’s idol. The entire arena is surrounded by 1000s of earthen pots. A mechanism beautifully synchronizes the movement of different elements. Know about Naktala's award winning Pujo Pandal.
Being at Suruchi Sangha feels like being at home. The décor exudes warmth and the walls seem to narrate many stories about moments that a family shares and about how it comes together to celebrate a grand occasion.
If you want to experience the raw Calcutta that is untouched by the impact of high-end gadgets and technology, this is the place to be!
A mesmerizing Pujo pandal with an important message to convey, Tridhara will make you pause for a while as you let the charm amaze you in more ways than one.
From the joy of 'Maa Ashche' to the contentment experienced at the very first sight of you - 'Maa Esheche' Durga Puja is an emotion that binds the city's many different facets.