Durga Puja, the most awaited festival by the Bengalis. It is the festival of food, colors, joy, rhythm of Dhaak and those little gossips amongst the ladies who wear extremely amazing saris. Bengalis are one of those people who don’t mind if they get fat or if people call them names when it comes to eating during Durga Puja. What Pujo is complete without Chicken Chop, Mochar Chop, Kosha Maangsho, Maach Fry, and Mishti Doi…?
Well this year I attended a few Durga Pujas in Mumbai City and here are some glimpses of them…
Pictures taken through: Canon A495 Powershot
Shubho Bijoya, Happy Dussera and Eid Mubarak to all my Readers.
P.S. Wanted to know how did y’all like the new look of the blog…? Just thought of changing the look a bit this festive season. Hope its good! Keep pouring the comments.
Keep Enjoying! Keep Reading! Keep Blogging! Keep Celebrating!
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