Durga Puja is a significant socio-cultural annual religious festival observed by Hindus from ancient times by worshipping goddess Durga and celebrating her victory over the mythical demon named Mahishasura.
Durga Puja is acknowledged by different regional names throughout India, celebrating the return of the goddess to her birth home however this festival is celebrated differently in various regions with different forms and names which are :
Navratri Puja, Durga Puja, Kullu Dusshehra, Durga Pujo, Maysore Dussehra, Bommali Kolu, Vidyaramba, Simollanghan.
Hindu scriptures depict goddess Durga as a warrior goddess carrying different weapons in her ten arms and riding on a lion, she is an epithet of feminine power in Indian culture and society.
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