HAPPY DIWALI & KALIPUJA






Hi Friends,

It has been a while, I uploaded the regular stuffs i.e, Poems & Short Stories.
It is festive season here in India now, and today being "Diwali: Festival of lights".
Describing the origin of the festival, it starts from Treta Yuga when Hindu Lord named Rama went for exile for 14 years.
After his tenure, when he arrived to his Kingdom Ayodhya the people living there welcomed him with lights decorated in their houses.
Traditionally, the Diya (1st Picture) is the symbol of light but as days advanced now such fancy LED lights have come into business (2nd, 3rd & 4th picture).
I celebrate it in both the ways i.e, traditional as well as modern.
In West Bengal, this day is celebrated in the name of a goddess of destruction named "Kali".
So, Kali Puja is celebrated in all parts of West Bengal, Tripura, Assam, Jharkhand & Odisha specially.

And this is to inform you, the regular stuffs will be uploaded soon in my Blog.

-Regards,
Kishore Kumar Banerjee

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