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This is one of the few festivals that celebrates the victory of good over evil. It is believed that on this day, Goddess Durga killed the demon Mahishasur in a battle. This festival also symbolises the power of women. As per the Hindu calendar, this festival is celebrated for 10 days in the Ashwin month. The puja begins with Mahalaya, the day which signifies the end of Pitru Paksha Shradh and the beginning of the Durga Puja for Bengalis. This year Durga Puja will be celebrated from 11 October - 15 October.
Not just Goddess Durga, but Goddess Laxmi, Saraswati, Lord Ganesha and Kartik are also worshipped and considered to be Her children. The main five days of the festival are known as Shashthi, Saptami, Ashtami, Navami and Dashami.
This festival is a big affair in West Bengal, Orissa, Tripura, Assam and also in Bangladesh. People usually celebrate this day by wearing new clothes, going for pandal hopping, organising or taking part in cultural events and having elaborate feasts. Since this year the celebration will be low-key, owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, but that doesn't mean that we cannot greet our loved ones by sending Durga puja messages, greetings, wishes, and images. We have curated beautiful messages for you which will certainly help you to celebrate the spirit of Durga Puja with your friends, family, partner and colleagues.
1. May Maa Durga bless you with courage, love, and happiness. Sending warm regards to you and your family!
2. It is time to celebrate the victory of good over evil and make the world a beautiful place. Subho Saradiya Shubhechha!
3. May this autumn festival brings immense happiness and joy to your life. Happy Durga Puja!
4. Here's wishing to you and your family Happy Durga Puja! May Goddess Durga bless you all with health, happiness and success.
5. May Goddess Durga give you the strength to fight all adversities and the determination to achieve all your goals. Happy Durga Puja!
6. On this auspicious occasion of Durga Puja, let us fill our lives with the colours of love, joy and happiness. Happy Durga Puja!
7. Let us rejoice in the glory of Goddess Durga and remember what she stands for courage, love and strength. Happy Durga Puja!
8. May this Durga Puja be the happiest one for you! Sending lots of love, good fortune and success!
9. Let us embrace the festive spirit of Durga Puja and remember all the glorious moments that we have spent together for all these years. Happy Durga Puja!
10. Sharadiya antorik priti o subhechha o abhinandan. Happy Durga Puja!