Welcoming “Maa Durga”: A Symbol Of Positive Energy
Maa Durga, also known as a Devi or supreme power of a women. In today’s brutal world, power of a women is diminishing. Abusing women, killing them, making them feel of having no existence in the world is increasing day by day. However, there is a famous proverb which suits on this situation that “It took me quite
Maa Durga, also known as a Devi or supreme power of a women. In today’s brutal world, power of a women is diminishing. Abusing women, killing them, making them feel of having no existence in the world is increasing day by day. However, there is a famous proverb which suits on this situation that “It took me quite a long time to develop a voice, once I have it, I am not going to be silent”.
Maa Durga always sets a great example for every women and she also referred as Shakti. Goddess Durga is the name of Power, Wisdom & a positive divine force. From combined power of all the gods & Goddess Maa Durga was created. This creation is always remembered & we all use to celebrate the emerged of a beautiful women with 10 hands. The celebration id recognised as Navratri which is symbolic of Goddess Durga’s victory over Mahishasura. During this celebration, people can easily witness the various avatars of goddess Durga.
Bengalis love to celebrate this festivals and it becomes one of the most important part of their lives. They use to celebrate truly magical alternatives of Durga pooja. In such instances, we celebrate Navratri every year & its a ten 10 day festival. Both the goddess Laxmi and goddess Saraswati stand on either side of Durga Pooja at this festival. Learning and wisdom is the phase of Maa Saraswati and wealth and fortune is one best part of Maa Laxmi. This festival is celebrated with each phase of people which gives them immense pleasure & feel of some divine forces.
This pooja brings happy time for all and gives total joy without any boundations. At the end, the Durga pooja festival teaches us that victory can be gain all the way with having true power and wisdom. Goddess of power shows that virtue always wins over evil in the end.Contributed by: Sakshi Bhatt
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