from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Same as doorga.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Hindu divinity, the consort of Siva, other names given her being Devi, Kali, Parvati, Bhavani, Uma, etc.
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- n. Hindu goddess of war; a malevolent aspect of Devi
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"durga", therefore we cannot expect people opposite religioun to sing.
Swarnamoyee, Baganpara, Bishtupur, Ranibagan, Kadai, Swargadham, Ajana Sangha, Cossimbazar Choto Rajbari are famous and the oldest durga puja from this area.
Saktigarh, Hakimpara, Rathkhola, Champashari, NJP Colony, Saktigarh Utjal Sangha are famous and the oldest durga puja from this area.
It is believed in Hinduism that goddess durga takes all the evils with her and comes back next year with better omen.
After the puja the huge statues made by clay which been prayed are devoted to the river. more news: www. durga-puja.org/
In verse 4 'Pitus' means uncle's and not father's; so also 'durga decam' in verse 6 means entanglements, like Duryodhana's hostility with the Gandharvas on the occasion of the tale of cattle.
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Its a prayer of all the devotees of maa durga to come to their rescue as and when needed.
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