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Durga Puja” Most important festival of the East India and its importance.
Durga Puja is an annual event when the daughter of Bengal Maa Durga along with her four children comes to visit her parents’ house for 5 days living behind Lord Shiva at Kailash. During autumn most of the Bengalis who stays outside Calcutta/ Bengal/ India they return home just to be with their family and friends to wear new clothes, have good food, enjoy every minute or rather to enjoy every Nano Seconds. When we celebrate Durga Puja rest of India celebrate Navratri. Durga Puja is a religious ceremony but people across India and from different strata they just melt in one single pot which is called Durga Puja irrespective of caste and creed, they come and enjoy and try to assist the organisers to run the show smoothly.
During Durga Puja pandals where the images are worshipped near that lots of food stalls and other makeshift stalls are done, where casual employees are employed. To construct these temporary structures or the light decorations of the pandals or to carry the images from kumartuli or from pandal to the immersion ghats on the bank of the river Ganges it generates huge amount of employment.
This Puja indirectly generate huge amount of economic boosting for the state and the country too.
Before the Puja people buy dresses shoes and different types of stuffs to renovate the houses so in those sector production increases before the Puja and for that to cope up with the high demand & supply lots of people are engaged in various production unit so this is not only a religious festival but an event where social bonding, economic boosting take place. People from different parts of India and abroad comes, so the hospitality industry, the restaurants they also earn and tourism around the festival also takes place which also help in employment generation.

Oct 16, 2021 11:00 AM in India

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