The New Indian Express

Devotees celebrate Navratri

  • Devotees performing Durga Puja during the Navarathi celebration organised by Bengalee Samiti in Hyderabad. EPSVisitors watching 14.5 meters tall goddess Durga idol on the day of ‘Mahasaptami’ at a community puja pandal in Kolkata. PTIAs the Navarathri celebrations on, sculptor gives finishing touches to a durga statue at Bengal association in Chennai. EPSIdols has been displayed in the eve of golu at Chrompet in Chennai. EPSKudroli Gokarnanatha temple illuminated on the eve of Dasara celebrations in Mangalore. PTIA priest performing rituals at Ashok Nagar Kalibari Samiti pandal in Bhubaneswar. EPSGoddess Durga stands as a symbol of Pollution at a community puja pandal in Kolkata. PTIFinance Minister Pranab Mukherjee admires the idol of Goddess Durga during their family Durga Puja at his ancestral village Mirati in West-Bengal. PTIWest Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee with German tourists in front of an idol of Goddess Durga in Kolkata. PTIDevotees throng inside a temporary worship venue of goddess Durga on the first day of the Durga Puja festival. APYoung Indian artists dressed as deities Radha and Krishna participate in a Dussehra procession in Allahabad. AP
  • As the Navarathri celebrations on, sculptor gives finishing touches to a durga statue at Bengal association in Chennai
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