The Hindu community in Bangladesh prepares for Bijoya Dashami

The puja mandaps in Bangladesh has been decorated with beautiful idols, showcasing the the divine power

The five-day Durga Pujo is one of the biggest Hindu festival which will come to an end Friday with solemn immersion of the Maa Durga in Bangladesh.

 

Devotees will fill the Durga Puja mandaps to celebrate Bijoya Dashami, which is the last day of the puja , recite mantras, offer flowers to the Maa Durga and seek her blessings.

 

The puja mandaps in Bangladesh has been decorated with beautiful idols, showcasing the the divine power.

 

Bijoya Dashami is the one of the most significant ceremonies of reaffirming peace, positivity and good relations among all.

 

On this day, married Hindu women put vermilion or Sidur (Sindur) on each other's forehead.

 

In Bangladesh's capital, Dhaka, people will be gathering in the Buriganga to observe the final ritual of the festival which is the immersion of the Maa Durga idol.

 

People in their tearful eyes will bid farewell to Maa and her children who are Lakshmi, Saraswati, Kartik and Ganesh and with the immersion of ý idols in the holy water wishing Maa Durga's return next year and chanting 'Aasche Bochor, Abar Hobe!'

 

Meanwhile, there will be strict security measures and Covid-19 guildelines imposed so that Durga Puja ends peacefully.

 

Durga Puja, which is the five-day festival started on October 11 with Maha Sashthi's ritual Bodhon of the Maa Durga.

 

The festival celebrates the victory of good over the evil powers.

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