Dumdum Park Yubak Brinda celebrates its 51th Anniversary
Unlike Northern Part of India, Durga Puja in Bengal essentially is not a celebration of killing the Asura - more than that a homecoming of the daughter. Whenever a girl returns to her ancestral home, it is an emancipation to her, emancipation from the steep regulations followed in her in house. This is an immense joy of liberty which let her spread her wings in the sky of freedom without having any obligation. And Durga Pula is, indeed, the ripping off the earthly compulsions we follow throughout the year. This year, emancipation has been iconized in the form of flying in the open sky without any binding. The flying symbolizes the freedom from the chain of immoral which keeps us confined into the daily pettiness and pessimism. Even the Asura - the evil power - got emancipated by Durga from his negativity, becomes a part of the celebration of this flying of life. Thus, other than 'Mukti, the Emancipation' which else could be a better theme for our 51th anniversary's Puja celebration?
Dum Dum Park Yubak Brinda, the association of Bengalees at DumDum Park, Kolkata has been in the forefront of organizing the Sri Sri Durga Puja for the last 49 years at Dum Dum Park, which took off in 1967. The oldest Durga Puja in and one of the biggest puja in Northern suburbs, is celebrated with pomp & grandeur following all traditional Rituals
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