Puja Pandal in West Bengal depicts life of people living in coastal areas

In the last 2 years people living in the coastal areas faced two major cyclones which are the 'Amphan' and 'Yaas'

Every year various Durga Puja organizers in West Bengal depict or convey many social problems by decorating the pandals in magnificent ways. They try to portray the social struggles faced by a group of people which are unknown or not widely recognised.

 

This year Kestopur's Prafulla Kanan (Poschim) Adhibasibrinda Committee in North 24 Parganas, West Bengal has made a Durga Puja Pandal which highlights the hardships of the people who live in the coastal areas in West Bengal.

 

In the last 2 years people living in the coastal areas faced two major cyclones which are the 'Amphan' and 'Yaas'.

 

Shubhayan Choudhury, a member of Kestopur Prafulla Kanan Poschim Adhibasibrinda said that this year they have come up with the theme called 'Prakash Kiran' which translates 'Sun Rays'.

 

"The theme is revolving around the life of the people who faced hardship during the 'Amphan' and 'Yaas' cyclones," he said.

 

The pandal is decorated with beautiful lights and artists pointed out every aspects of problems which are faced by the people living in the coastal areas.

 

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