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Kolkata celebrates Kali Puja

India Blooms News Service | 24 Oct 2014, 05:11 pm

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  • Kolkata celebrates Kali Puja

    Putting an end to restless wait, Indians on Thursday indulged in the grand celebration of Diwali amid bursting of crackers, fireworks and chains of dazzling lights adorning perhaps every corner of the country, which leaves almost no individual immune from the festive fever. In West Bengal and its capital city Kolkata, the celebration receives a special fillip with the observation of Kali Puja, which is considered to be the second most important festival after Durga Puja. Dedicated to the Hindu goddess Kali, it is celebrated every year on the new day of Hindu month Ashwin in Bengal. Interestingly on the occasion of Diwali, the entire India worships goddess Lakshmi- the Hindu goddess of wealth while the Bengalis, Assamese and Oriyas adore Goddess Kali.In Kolkata, Kali puja is celebrated with immense fun and mirth. Images by IBNS

  • Kolkata celebrates Kali Puja

    Putting an end to restless wait, Indians on Thursday indulged in the grand celebration of Diwali amid bursting of crackers, fireworks and chains of dazzling lights adorning perhaps every corner of the country, which leaves almost no individual immune from the festive fever. In West Bengal and its capital city Kolkata, the celebration receives a special fillip with the observation of Kali Puja, which is considered to be the second most important festival after Durga Puja. Dedicated to the Hindu goddess Kali, it is celebrated every year on the new day of Hindu month Ashwin in Bengal. Interestingly on the occasion of Diwali, the entire India worships goddess Lakshmi- the Hindu goddess of wealth while the Bengalis, Assamese and Oriyas adore Goddess Kali.In Kolkata, Kali puja is celebrated with immense fun and mirth. Images by IBNS

  • Kolkata celebrates Kali Puja

    Putting an end to restless wait, Indians on Thursday indulged in the grand celebration of Diwali amid bursting of crackers, fireworks and chains of dazzling lights adorning perhaps every corner of the country, which leaves almost no individual immune from the festive fever. In West Bengal and its capital city Kolkata, the celebration receives a special fillip with the observation of Kali Puja, which is considered to be the second most important festival after Durga Puja. Dedicated to the Hindu goddess Kali, it is celebrated every year on the new day of Hindu month Ashwin in Bengal. Interestingly on the occasion of Diwali, the entire India worships goddess Lakshmi- the Hindu goddess of wealth while the Bengalis, Assamese and Oriyas adore Goddess Kali.In Kolkata, Kali puja is celebrated with immense fun and mirth. Images by IBNS

  • Kolkata celebrates Kali Puja

    Putting an end to restless wait, Indians on Thursday indulged in the grand celebration of Diwali amid bursting of crackers, fireworks and chains of dazzling lights adorning perhaps every corner of the country, which leaves almost no individual immune from the festive fever. In West Bengal and its capital city Kolkata, the celebration receives a special fillip with the observation of Kali Puja, which is considered to be the second most important festival after Durga Puja. Dedicated to the Hindu goddess Kali, it is celebrated every year on the new day of Hindu month Ashwin in Bengal. Interestingly on the occasion of Diwali, the entire India worships goddess Lakshmi- the Hindu goddess of wealth while the Bengalis, Assamese and Oriyas adore Goddess Kali.In Kolkata, Kali puja is celebrated with immense fun and mirth. Images by IBNS

  • Kolkata celebrates Kali Puja

    Putting an end to restless wait, Indians on Thursday indulged in the grand celebration of Diwali amid bursting of crackers, fireworks and chains of dazzling lights adorning perhaps every corner of the country, which leaves almost no individual immune from the festive fever. In West Bengal and its capital city Kolkata, the celebration receives a special fillip with the observation of Kali Puja, which is considered to be the second most important festival after Durga Puja. Dedicated to the Hindu goddess Kali, it is celebrated every year on the new day of Hindu month Ashwin in Bengal. Interestingly on the occasion of Diwali, the entire India worships goddess Lakshmi- the Hindu goddess of wealth while the Bengalis, Assamese and Oriyas adore Goddess Kali.In Kolkata, Kali puja is celebrated with immense fun and mirth. Images by IBNS

  • Kolkata celebrates Kali Puja

    Putting an end to restless wait, Indians on Thursday indulged in the grand celebration of Diwali amid bursting of crackers, fireworks and chains of dazzling lights adorning perhaps every corner of the country, which leaves almost no individual immune from the festive fever. In West Bengal and its capital city Kolkata, the celebration receives a special fillip with the observation of Kali Puja, which is considered to be the second most important festival after Durga Puja. Dedicated to the Hindu goddess Kali, it is celebrated every year on the new day of Hindu month Ashwin in Bengal. Interestingly on the occasion of Diwali, the entire India worships goddess Lakshmi- the Hindu goddess of wealth while the Bengalis, Assamese and Oriyas adore Goddess Kali.In Kolkata, Kali puja is celebrated with immense fun and mirth. Images by IBNS

  • Kolkata celebrates Kali Puja

    Putting an end to restless wait, Indians on Thursday indulged in the grand celebration of Diwali amid bursting of crackers, fireworks and chains of dazzling lights adorning perhaps every corner of the country, which leaves almost no individual immune from the festive fever. In West Bengal and its capital city Kolkata, the celebration receives a special fillip with the observation of Kali Puja, which is considered to be the second most important festival after Durga Puja. Dedicated to the Hindu goddess Kali, it is celebrated every year on the new day of Hindu month Ashwin in Bengal. Interestingly on the occasion of Diwali, the entire India worships goddess Lakshmi- the Hindu goddess of wealth while the Bengalis, Assamese and Oriyas adore Goddess Kali.In Kolkata, Kali puja is celebrated with immense fun and mirth. Images by IBNS

  • Kolkata celebrates Kali Puja

    Putting an end to restless wait, Indians on Thursday indulged in the grand celebration of Diwali amid bursting of crackers, fireworks and chains of dazzling lights adorning perhaps every corner of the country, which leaves almost no individual immune from the festive fever. In West Bengal and its capital city Kolkata, the celebration receives a special fillip with the observation of Kali Puja, which is considered to be the second most important festival after Durga Puja. Dedicated to the Hindu goddess Kali, it is celebrated every year on the new day of Hindu month Ashwin in Bengal. Interestingly on the occasion of Diwali, the entire India worships goddess Lakshmi- the Hindu goddess of wealth while the Bengalis, Assamese and Oriyas adore Goddess Kali.In Kolkata, Kali puja is celebrated with immense fun and mirth. Images by IBNS

  • Kolkata celebrates Kali Puja

    Putting an end to restless wait, Indians on Thursday indulged in the grand celebration of Diwali amid bursting of crackers, fireworks and chains of dazzling lights adorning perhaps every corner of the country, which leaves almost no individual immune from the festive fever. In West Bengal and its capital city Kolkata, the celebration receives a special fillip with the observation of Kali Puja, which is considered to be the second most important festival after Durga Puja. Dedicated to the Hindu goddess Kali, it is celebrated every year on the new day of Hindu month Ashwin in Bengal. Interestingly on the occasion of Diwali, the entire India worships goddess Lakshmi- the Hindu goddess of wealth while the Bengalis, Assamese and Oriyas adore Goddess Kali.In Kolkata, Kali puja is celebrated with immense fun and mirth. Images by IBNS

  • Kolkata celebrates Kali Puja

    Putting an end to restless wait, Indians on Thursday indulged in the grand celebration of Diwali amid bursting of crackers, fireworks and chains of dazzling lights adorning perhaps every corner of the country, which leaves almost no individual immune from the festive fever. In West Bengal and its capital city Kolkata, the celebration receives a special fillip with the observation of Kali Puja, which is considered to be the second most important festival after Durga Puja. Dedicated to the Hindu goddess Kali, it is celebrated every year on the new day of Hindu month Ashwin in Bengal. Interestingly on the occasion of Diwali, the entire India worships goddess Lakshmi- the Hindu goddess of wealth while the Bengalis, Assamese and Oriyas adore Goddess Kali.In Kolkata, Kali puja is celebrated with immense fun and mirth. Images by IBNS

Kolkata celebrates Kali Puja

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