Durga Puja 2021: Kolkata has its own Burj Khalifa.
Durga Puja is one of the most celebrated festivals in India other than Holi, Diwali, Bihu, Pongal, etc, etc. However, people have some other level of excitement when it comes to Durga Puja. Especially for Bengalis, this festival showcases their vibrant culture.
Mahalaya, which is a part of the festival has been observed on October 6. But, the main Durga Puja 2021 will begin in India on October 11 (Monday) and end with Vijaya Dashami on October 15 (Friday), which will also mark Dussehra this year.
Meanwhile, people have already started highlighting decorations at pandals and preparation for the Pujas in the coming days. See how people are expressing themselves and reacting to the Durga Puja this year.
— Upender Goud (@A_U_GOUD) October 7, 2021
— Ridhi (@ridhimishra99) October 7, 2021
I never go for pandal hopping..I don’t like too much crowds..Usually I don’t stay in Kolkata during #DurgaPuja
my 1st puja outing in last 20 yrs I guess. pic.twitter.com/qLUidMYi7G
— Rezina Sultana (@RezinaSultana9) October 6, 2021
— Stay Home — Stay Safe — Get Vaccinated 🤝🇮🇳 (@Happie1000) October 6, 2021
— Mayukh Ranjan Ghosh (@mayukhrghosh) October 6, 2021
I can’t keep calm because #DurgaPuja is coming…#DurgaPuja2021 #bengali #puja2021 @DograTishaa @DoctorAjayita @_ankahi @izeenatrana @mamatarsingh @iSupriya9 @pahado_say_hain @harshasherni @bidishapsgs @himisra @drmonika_langeh @KhajuriaManu @aarv9387 @shallakaul @RaveenKr pic.twitter.com/vszmj3UhEj
— VICKY MANHAS (@VICKYMA34938144) October 5, 2021
Morning is not only sunshine but a beautiful miracle of God that defeats darkness and spread light.
— SHAILJA GANJOO (@shailja_ganjoo) October 7, 2021
— Bishop Bhaumik (@BhaumikBishop) September 30, 2021
— Tamal Saha (@Tamal0401) October 6, 2021
— A.D (fangirl)🦚🩺 (@begood317) October 6, 2021
— BrokenButBeautiful3 (@EDHA_INFINITE) October 7, 2021