New durga puja song 2013


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  3. Navratri, the festival of nine nights is devoted to the reverence of the Supreme or Devi Durga........ It cleansed our souls from all evils and filled our heart with love, togetherness, and forgiveness — the true essence of Durga Puja.
  4. Pour the mixture into Kulfi moulds, or shot glasses or dessert bowls and refrigerate for about 3-4 hours. Raja Navakrishna Dev was a rich man at that time. It is the most popular festival in the state of West Bengal, India. The only puja pandel in their village not get wing this year because most of laborers in this village could not make decent earning this year due low demand in construction sectors.
  5. The four days of Elements start from the sixth day of the full moon phase that follows the Mahalaya and ends up with the Dashami or the tenth day. First search results is from YouTube which will be first converted, afterwards the file can be downloaded but search results from other sources can be met right away as an MP3 file without any conversion or forwarding. This is the perfect time to worship Lord Surya and gain the positive energy in order to eliminate all your negativities. Durga Puja is also celebrated as a major festival in Nepal and in Bangladesh where 10% sol are Hindu. These activities are open to all kids, everywhere. Suday was privileged to earn his vocal training from the prestigious Rabindra Bharati University. Utkarsh is also a regular trainer and lecturer on varying subjects at private organisations and educational institutions. new durga puja song 2013
  6. Introduction - For devotees of the Divine Mother, especially in Bengal, Kerala and some parts of Tamil Nadu, Chandi is regarded as the most sacred and valued scripture. It is not unusual for pandals to reflect current affairs or social issues - in 2013, one structure was made to protest against rape while another one, shaped like a boat, made a statement against the pollution of the River Ganges.
  7. On the black night of the new moon on October 8, households across Calcutta, before retiring to bed, will turn on their radio sets and keep it tuned to Akashvani, the local station of All India Radio. In these times of futuristic systems of listening to music, the retro radio is not discarded by Bengalis mostly for one reason. Since 1931, All India Radio in West Bengal broadcasts a two-hour recitation from 4 am to 6 am of the holy verses, accompanied by the blowing of conch shells, chanting of mantras and devotional songs and compositions based on classical ragas. Narrated by the legendary broadcaster, the late Birendra Krishna Bhadra, the annual programme became an instant hit and his powerful voice became so popular that listeners rejected any other replacement, including that of Bengali yesteryear superstar Uttam Kumar. Relegated to the back of the cupboards throughout the rest of the year, the radio sets are ferreted out of the dusty shelves of oblivion and kept ready to crackle at the break of dawn on Mahalaya. From film and stage productions to television shows to even advertisements, the Durga story has enthralled generations. A musical video launched by classical musician Kumar Mukherjee delineating a day in the life of a Bengali family immersed in Durga Puja celebrations is creating a buzz this year. The role of patriarch or head of the household is being played by veteran actor Soumitra Chatterjee and musician Usha Uthup plays the role of his wife. To raise money to meet productoon cost, his mother and wife sold their gold jewellery. They included percussionist Bickram Ghosh and lead drummer of popular Bengali music band Lakkhichhara, Gaurab Chatterjee better known as Gabu. Others who featured in the music video, directed by Souvik Bhattacharjee, were Abhijit Barman, Chandrabali Rudra Dutta, Ujjaini Mukherjee, Mainak Nagchoudhury, Anindita Sarbhadikari, Jaya Seal and Ratul Shankar. The musical short film of sort can be streamed on the web, television or other visual mediums. Watch out for it this Durga Puja.

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