Diwali - Festival of Lights & Kali Puja - Worship of Power against evils [Series Photography] #08

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Another great festival Diwali & Kali Puja

Diwali & Kali Puja is our another awesome celebration. Diwali is the festival of lights and Kali Puja is the worship of goddess Maa Kali. We celebrate this two festivals in the same night. We, Bengalee also call Diwali as Deepawali. Diwali is celebrated every month of October/November (Autumn) in India, Nepal & Bangladesh. In this day every Hindu decorates their home & temples with lights. Kali Puja is also known as Shyama Puja. In the same night of Diwali we celebrate it. The goddess Kali is the symbol of power against evil. In nowadays our city Kolkata wears glamorous attire & illumination. I framed some moments on my camera— (all photographs are original & taken by myself)

EPISODE #08

See also : Episode #01, Episode #02, Episode #03, Episode #04, Episode #05, Episode #06, Episode #07

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well decorated entrance arc —

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Some artistic designs & sculptures on the wall of pandal –-

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All idols are terracotta —

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[To be continued …]

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Beautiful images my great friend @royalmacro. Congratulations. thanks for sharing

thank you also @jlufer

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