The five-day festival of Durga Puja commences with Maha Sashti on Monday.
However, the festival will take place on small scale, in view of Covid-19 pandemic so the rituals will probably be live streamed on social media platforms.
The puja communities Chembur, Vashi and Bhayander has proudly invited Bengali artisans to craft the clay idols of Ma Durga.
The Chembur Durga Puja Affiliation has shifted its venue this year, to Aangan Garden.
Chembur Samiti's President Surojit Lodh has said , “The ‘anjali’ ritual could be very near our hearts so we have now organized each on-line and offline choices. Puja rituals will probably be broadcast stay.”
The Durga Puja organisers will ensure that there isn’t a overcrowding on the puja pandal, and can keep away from distributing bhog prasad to the general public.
Secretary Surajit Sengupta said that the bhog prasad will probably be restricted to members solely.
Sengupta further added that they have bought new containers and hired a number of auto rickshaws to dispatch the bhog to their houses on time.
The 39 years old Banga Sangha in Bhayander has ready a holy set up for its magnificent 4 ft idol of Ma Durga.
Banga Sangha will permit the darshan of general public in Puja Pandal. However, they would keep away from distributing bhog prasad to the public and masks and sanitiser are compulsory.
Navi Mumbai Bengali Affiliation member Ashim Dey stated that there theme portrays the rural celebration underneath the banyan tree.
Asim Dey added, "Our celebration stays in digital mode, and we are going to stream rituals to 130 nations worldwide by way of YouTube.”
The NMBA are organising performances by several Tollywood and Hindi film singers from their very own studios, and will be streamed on-line.