September 25, 2022 08:25 (IST)
Follow us:
facebook-white sharing button
twitter-white sharing button
instagram-white sharing button
youtube-white sharing button
Haryana govt accepts protesting farmers' demands over paddy procurement, highway blockade ends | Body of Ankita Bhandari, who was reported missing, recovered: Uttarakhand CM | BJP top leader on Tripura tour to prepare party for assembly poll | Assam BJP's three-day Chintan shivir to design roadmap for next five years | Punjab Guv working at BJP's behest to implement 'Operation Lotus', alleges AAP

Durga Puja: The Best of Kolkata idols and pandals

BAGHBAZAR SARBOJONIN: Durga Puja celebrations in Kolkata is now almost an unparalleled ten-day street  festival celebrating life and arts. A sea of humanity hop from one pandal (marquee)  to another round the clock to catch the best of Bengal's craftsmanship and artisanry as Bengalis worship the ten-armed demon slaying mother goddess Durga during her annual visit with children.Images by Avishek Mitra

Durga Puja: The Best of Kolkata idols and pandals

B K PAUL PARK:  Durga Puja celebrations in Kolkata is now almost an unparalleled ten-day street  festival celebrating life and arts. A sea of humanity hop from one pandal (marquee)  to another round the clock to catch the best of Bengal's craftsmanship and artisanry as Bengalis worship the ten-armed demon slaying mother goddess Durga during her annual visit with children. Images by Avishek Mitra

Durga Puja: The Best of Kolkata idols and pandals

AHIRITOLA SARBOJONIN: Durga Puja celebrations in Kolkata is now almost an unparalleled ten-day street  festival celebrating life and arts. A sea of humanity hop from one pandal (marquee)  to another round the clock to catch the best of Bengal's craftsmanship and artisanry as Bengalis worship the ten-armed demon slaying mother goddess Durga during her annual visit with children. Images by Avishek Mitra

Nakshi launches its Pujo Tribe collection for the festive season

Kolkata, Sep 13 (IBNS): Take a look at Nakshi's 'Pujo Tribe' festive collection, inspired by art forms across the world. Nakshi, works with the artisan clusters across India and offers a range of exquisitely designed handloom and handicraft products created by them.

Kolkatans celebrate Vijaya Dashami wIth Sindur Khela

This is the day that Kolkatans lament the most as it is time again to bid adieu to the Hindu Goddess Durga and her four children (Laxmi, Saraswati, Kartik and Ganesh) with Maha Dashami celebrations coming to an end on Friday (Oct 19, 2018), starting yet another one-year wait for the deity to arrive on Earth. However before the festivity comes to end, women make the most of it with Sindur Khela. In this ritual, married women smears Sindur first on the Durga idol and then on each other. Images by Avishek Mitra/IBNS

New Alipur Sarbojonin Durgotsav Samiti: A destination for pandal hoppers

New Alipur Sarbojonin Durgotsav Samiti is one of the main attractions for the pandal hoppers in south Kolkata. Durgo Puja is on its last leg as people are celebrating Mahanavmi on Thursday. (Images by Avishek Mitra/IBNS)  

Hindustan Park: An attraction for pandal hoppers

Hindustan Park, a prominent south Kolkata Durga puja pandal, is an attraction for the pandal hoppers. Bengalis are celebrating Mahanavami on Thursday. (Images by Avishek Mitra/IBNS)  

Durga Puja: Take a look at Ballygunge Cultural pandal

Ballygunge Cultural puja pandal continued to mesmerise people even on Navami, the last day before the end of the festival. (Images by Avishek Mitra/IBNS)  

People visit Suruchi Sangha pandal on the occasion of Durga Puja

A huge number of people are gathering at Suruchi Sangha, one of the popular puja pandals in south Kolkata, on the occasion of Hindu festival Durga Puja. (Images by Avishek Mitra/IBNS)

Anjali Jewellers unveils metallic jewellery of Devi

Anjali Jewellers and Ahiritola Sarbojanin Durgotsav Samity have formally announced Durga Puja 2018 by unveiling an eloquent metallic jewellery of Devi. A first of its kind auction of the jewellery will be organized during Durga Puja. (Images by Avishek Mitra/IBNS)