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While Shaikh is a popular face among the International Umpires after officiating in major world events such as the Commonwealth Games, Asian Games as well as the 2014 Men's World Cup in Hague, and a career spanning over 15 years, 33-year-old Durga Devi will travel to Gold Coast, Australia for the forthcoming Commonwealth Games in April.
According to Mainak Chanda, a member of the Bengalee Association, "one need only look at the number of Durga pujas to know that the Bengali thrives in Pune".
Officials reached out to the S Durga makers late on Friday, only after the Kerala High Court directed festival authorities to screen the film.
Day 6: Katyayani - one who is named after the sage Katya, in whose house goddess Durga was believed to have been born in one of her forms.
Adding to what Irani read from the alleged leaflet in which Durga is said to be a sex worker who was commissioned to kill Mahishasur, she honeymooned with him for nine nights and then killed him in sleep.
Interestingly in a city of vast economic disparity, the very liminality of the Durga Puja spaces allows for a switch in the hierarchies of modernity, particularly in the decoration of the pandals.
According to sources, the villagers of Kangla Pahari had decided to start a Durga puja three years ago.
Another story says the landlords or zamindars of Dinajpur and Malda initiated the first Achala Durga Puja in Bengal.
The Durga Puja market in Bengal is growing at a rate of 35 per cent.
THREE Hindu idols have been donated to the Museum of Liverpool to mark the Durga Puja festival.
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ClickPress, Thu Sep 08 2011] The festival is a celebration of the Goddess Durga and the legend of how she defeated the evil demon Mahishasura.
The walls of a park sprout Durga puja announcements instead of graffiti and narrow alleyways challenge the skills of the drivers with sudden bamboo blocks.