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    Durga Puja is the biggest festival of West Bengal. Find some Durga Puja Greetings, SMS Messages, Graphics, Images and Pictures to share on Facebook, Whatsapp.
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    How Kolkata's street food comes alive in full glory during Durga Puja celebrations economictimes.indiatimes.com The air is redolent with the fragrance of incense and fresh blooms. But the most delectable sound of all is of alur chop.

    Added on 16 October 2018
    Tech-savvy organizers take virtual route to lure revellers to Kolkata pandals - Times of India timesofindia.indiatimes.com KOLKATA: Ballygunge Cultural Association has created a time-lapse video of the making of their puja, which has been shared almost 2,500 times and view.

    Added on 16 October 2018
    Durga Puja 2018: A melange of 10 new and traditional Bengali recipes hindustantimes.com Every Durga Puja, Bengalis go all out to celebrate the festival. Check out some recipes full of the flavours of Bengal, perfect for the festive season.

    Added on 01 October 2018
    A food pop-up to bring out street food from Kolkata during Durga Puja mid-day.com A food pop-up that coincides with Durga Puja celebrations will bring to Mumbai, the lip-smacking street foods from Kolkat

    Added on 28 September 2018
    Durga Puja 2018: Kolkata gets world’s first ‘Glam Tram’ fashion store on wheels deccanchronicle.com While every year fbb brings special Pujo collection to shoppers, this year brand has roped in Kolkata trams to turn into fashion stores.

    Added on 26 September 2018
    As you walk down the street of Kumortuli, it's rather natural to feel that if Kolkata has a soul, it probably lies here. This place is famous as a sculpting hot-spot which not only manufactures clay idols for various festivals but also regularly exports them.
    Makers of God: Scenes from Kolkata's artisan colony Kumortuli, before Durga Puja - Firstpost firstpost.com The bylanes of Kumortuli — Kolkata's famed artisans' colony, located in the north part of the city — may seem dark, narrow and tacky to the casual observer....

    Added on 20 September 2018
    Bengalis wait year long to experience the Durga Puja vibe that amplifies the spirit of Kolkata. Also, it is a time which unites people and exemplifies communal harmony.

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    Durga Puja signifies the victory of good over evil. It is a ten-day festival which starts from Mahalaya and ends on Dashami. The city of Kolkata rejoices these days by worshiping Goddess Durga, along with her four children.
    Durga Puja 2018 calendar: Dates and significance thestatesman.com Durga Puja, which is also known as Sharadotsav is a Hindu festival celebrated all over India but most widely observed in West Bengal.