Durga Puja also referred to as Dussahara and Durgotsava. It is an annual Hindu event in South Asia that celebrates adoration of the Hindu goddess Durga. In Bangladesh it celebrated broadly. It submits to all the six days experiential as Mahalaya, Maha Ashtami, Maha Saptami, Shashthi, Maha Navami and Vijayadashami. Durga Puja is renowned as a main festival in Nepal where eighty two percent people are Hindu, and in Bangladesh there are ten percent people are Hindu.
Durga Puja festival marks the conquest of Goddess Durga over the iniquity confuse demon Mahishasura. Therefore, this festival typifies the victory of Good over Evil. In Bengal, Durga is adoration as Durgotinashini. It is the slayer of immorality and the guard of her dedicatees.
History says that, the Durga puja has been famous since the medieval time. It has urbanized and customized to the world as time approved. A substantial text exists around Durga in the Bengali language and its untimely shapes. The goddess Durga was not completely included into the Hindu pantheon mainly in Bengal. Early forms of Durga festivals were mostly private adoration in personal houses with the use of musical mechanisms such as the mandira, mridanga and smakhya.
Mantras are the essential part of Durga puja. These are accompanying by the musical beatings of the dhak and flowers. These make the environment of Durga puja. Singing of mantras in Sanskrit is necessary part of the Durga Puja celebration. Durga Slokas commends Durga as sign of all celestial forces. Along with the sloka, Durga is ubiquitous as the picture of power, aptitude, calm, wealth, ethics etc.
The whole procedure of formation of the sculptures from the set of clay to the decoration is a holy process, overused by services and other rituals. The people of Hindu religious are very pious to celebrate this day with respect.