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Revellers bid adieu to Goddess Durga on Maha Dashami

IBNS | 24 Oct 2015, 01:33 am

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  • Revellers bid adieu to Goddess Durga on Maha Dashami

    It's time again to bid adieu to the Hindu Goddess Durga and her four children (Laxmi, Saraswati, Kartik and Ganesh) as Maha Dashami puja commenced on Friday (Oct 23, 2015) amid a mood of gloominess in Kolkata and the rest of Bengal.Sindoor Khela or (smearing of vermilion) marks the day when women folk smear each other with red vermilion. Images by Sounak Choudhury/IBNS

  • Revellers bid adieu to Goddess Durga on Maha Dashami

    It's time again to bid adieu to the Hindu Goddess Durga and her four children (Laxmi, Saraswati, Kartik and Ganesh) as Maha Dashami puja commenced on Friday (Oct 23, 2015) amid a mood of gloominess in Kolkata and the rest of Bengal.Sindoor Khela or (smearing of vermilion) marks the day when women folk smear each other with red vermilion. Images by Sounak Choudhury/IBNS

  • Revellers bid adieu to Goddess Durga on Maha Dashami

    It's time again to bid adieu to the Hindu Goddess Durga and her four children (Laxmi, Saraswati, Kartik and Ganesh) as Maha Dashami puja commenced on Friday (Oct 23, 2015) amid a mood of gloominess in Kolkata and the rest of Bengal.Sindoor Khela or (smearing of vermilion) marks the day when women folk smear each other with red vermilion. Images by Sounak Choudhury/IBNS

  • Revellers bid adieu to Goddess Durga on Maha Dashami

    It's time again to bid adieu to the Hindu Goddess Durga and her four children (Laxmi, Saraswati, Kartik and Ganesh) as Maha Dashami puja commenced on Friday (Oct 23, 2015) amid a mood of gloominess in Kolkata and the rest of Bengal.Sindoor Khela or (smearing of vermilion) marks the day when women folk smear each other with red vermilion. Images by Sounak Choudhury/IBNS

  • Revellers bid adieu to Goddess Durga on Maha Dashami

    It's time again to bid adieu to the Hindu Goddess Durga and her four children (Laxmi, Saraswati, Kartik and Ganesh) as Maha Dashami puja commenced on Friday (Oct 23, 2015) amid a mood of gloominess in Kolkata and the rest of Bengal.Sindoor Khela or (smearing of vermilion) marks the day when women folk smear each other with red vermilion. Images by Sounak Choudhury/IBNS

  • Revellers bid adieu to Goddess Durga on Maha Dashami

    It's time again to bid adieu to the Hindu Goddess Durga and her four children (Laxmi, Saraswati, Kartik and Ganesh) as Maha Dashami puja commenced on Friday (Oct 23, 2015) amid a mood of gloominess in Kolkata and the rest of Bengal.Sindoor Khela or (smearing of vermilion) marks the day when women folk smear each other with red vermilion. Images by Sounak Choudhury/IBNS

  • Revellers bid adieu to Goddess Durga on Maha Dashami

    It's time again to bid adieu to the Hindu Goddess Durga and her four children (Laxmi, Saraswati, Kartik and Ganesh) as Maha Dashami puja commenced on Friday (Oct 23, 2015) amid a mood of gloominess in Kolkata and the rest of Bengal.Sindoor Khela or (smearing of vermilion) marks the day when women folk smear each other with red vermilion. Images by Sounak Choudhury/IBNS

  • Revellers bid adieu to Goddess Durga on Maha Dashami

    It's time again to bid adieu to the Hindu Goddess Durga and her four children (Laxmi, Saraswati, Kartik and Ganesh) as Maha Dashami puja commenced on Friday (Oct 23, 2015) amid a mood of gloominess in Kolkata and the rest of Bengal.Sindoor Khela or (smearing of vermilion) marks the day when women folk smear each other with red vermilion. Images by Sounak Choudhury/IBNS

  • Revellers bid adieu to Goddess Durga on Maha Dashami

    It's time again to bid adieu to the Hindu Goddess Durga and her four children (Laxmi, Saraswati, Kartik and Ganesh) as Maha Dashami puja commenced on Friday (Oct 23, 2015) amid a mood of gloominess in Kolkata and the rest of Bengal.Sindoor Khela or (smearing of vermilion) marks the day when women folk smear each other with red vermilion. Images by Sounak Choudhury/IBNS

  • Revellers bid adieu to Goddess Durga on Maha Dashami

    It's time again to bid adieu to the Hindu Goddess Durga and her four children (Laxmi, Saraswati, Kartik and Ganesh) as Maha Dashami puja commenced on Friday (Oct 23, 2015) amid a mood of gloominess in Kolkata and the rest of Bengal.Sindoor Khela or (smearing of vermilion) marks the day when women folk smear each other with red vermilion. Images by Sounak Choudhury/IBNS

Revellers bid adieu to Goddess Durga on Maha Dashami

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