Kolkata Police UtsavApp – Durga Puja 2017

There are literally thousands of Kolkata Durga Puja pandals but some stand out more than others, as a result of their captivating decorations. Every year they compete to outdo each other with the most elaborate and innovative themes. Improve your connectivity this Durga Puja through the Utsav App. Upgrade your preparation for the most awaited festival of the city. The Utsav App comes with multiple services that are necessities during Durga Puja. Find your way! Want to visit a famous pandal and don’t know the directions? All major and noteworthy Puja pandals throughout the city have been listed in the app and you can refer to the detailed route map provided to reach a particular location. View and Like! View pictures of Puja pandals of the city and “like” the one you find most beautiful. Decide which Puja is the best this year through the Utsav App public voting system. .

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Top 50 Durga Puja Pandals in Kolkata

  1. Bagbazar
  2. Kumartuli Park
  3. College Square
  4. Mohammad Ali Park
  5. Santosh Mitra Square
  6. Badamtala Ashar Sangha
  7. Chakraberia Sarbojanin Durgotsab Committee
  8. Ekdalia Evergreen
  9. Suruchi Sangha
  10. Bose Pukur Sitala Mandir
  11. Jodhpur Park
  12. Tridhara Sammilani
  13. Haridevpur Ajeyo Sanghati
  14. 95 Palli
  15. Barisha Club
  16. Behala Natun Dal
  17. Naktala Udayan Sangha
  18. Nalin Sarkar Street
  19. Darponarayan Tagore Street
  20. Sikdar Bagan Sarbojanin
  21. Telengabagan
  22. Kashi Bose Lane
  23. Singhi Park Sarbojonin
  24. Chalta Bagan Lohapatty
  25. DumDum Park Bharat Chakra
  26. Debdaru Phatak Behali
  27. Ahiritola Sarbojonin
  28. DumDumPark Tarun Sangha
  29. Mitali Kankurgachi
  30. Tala Barowari
  31. Bosepukur Talbagan Sarbojanin
  32. Ballygunge Cultural Association
  33. Mudiali Club
  34. 66 Pally
  35. Chetla Agrani
  36. Shimla Bayam Samity
  37. Maddox Square
  38. Kashi Bose Lane
  39. Samaj Sebi Sangha
  40. Shib Mandir
  41. Rajdanga Naba Udoy Sangha
  42. Salt Lake FD Block
  43. Telenga Bagan
  44. Gouri Bari
  45. Sree Bhumi Sporting Club
  46. Manicktala Chaltabagan Lohapatty
  47. Babu Bagan Club Sarbojanin
  48. Hindustan Club
  49. Padmapukur Youth Association
  50. Selimpur Pally
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    Mahishasur Mardini (Mahalaya) – Birendra Krishna Bhadra [High Quality Audio]

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    Birendra Krishna Bhadra, Sumitra Sen, Sandhya Mukhopadhyay, Pratima Bandopadhyay, Utpala Sen, Hemanta Mukhopadhyay, Rabin Bandopadhyay, Pannalal Bhattacharya, Dwijen Mukhopadhyay, Manabendra Mukhopadhyay, Sachin Gupta, Shyamal Mitra, Bimalbhushan, Tarun Bandopadhyay, Arati Mukherjee,Krishna Ghosh, Abhabati, Manikmala, Prafullabala, Beenapani, Prabhabati, Angurbala, Ila Ghosh, Ila Bose, Shailadebi, Suprabha Ghosh, Supriti Ghosh, Shipra Basu, Ashima Mukherjee, Krishna Dasgupta

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    Send money to friends, instantly receive payments directly to your bank account & pay the nearby café with Tez, Google’s new digital payment app for India. Using NPCI’s (National Payments Corporation of India) Unified Payments Interface (UPI), money transfers are simple & secure with Tez.
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    Vishwakarma Puja

    Vishwakarma Day, which is also known as Vishwakarma Jayanti or Vishwakarma Puja is a day to mark the birth of Vishwakarma, a Hindu God and a divine architect. He is said to be the creator of the world or Swayambhu. He built the holy city of Dwarka, where Lord Krishna ruled and also the Maya Sabha of the Pandavas. He was also considered to be the creator of many magnificent weapons for the gods and thus is also known as the divine carpenter. He is mentioned in the Rig Veda and is credited with Sthapatya Veda, the science of mechanics and architecture. Also, people celebrates by flying Kites on this day.
    Significance of Vishwakarma Puja
    Every year, on 17th September, Vishwakarma Jayanti is celebrated in Indian states like Karnataka, Assam, West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha, Uttar Pradesh and Tripura. Usually, people organise a Puja at their factories and industrial areas. The shopowners conduct the Puja on the shop floor. As a mark of reverence, Vishwakarma Puja is observed by engineers, architects, artisans, mechanics, smiths, welders, factory workers and others. They pray to Lord Vishwakarma for a better future and safe working conditions. They seek blessings from the lord to excel in their respective fields. The modern electronic servers are also worshipped for smooth functioning. 
    Statues and pictures of Lord Vishwakarma is installed in factories and offices, on this day. All workers gather at one place and perform the Puja. Vishwakarma is also observed a day after Diwali with Govardhan Puja, in the month of October-November. 

    How was Lord Vishwakarma born? 
    It is believed that during ancient time, all the constructions were done by Vishwakarma. Swarg Lok, Golden City of Lanka and Dwarka, everything was built by him. According to some tales, Lord Vishwakarma was born as a result of sea churn (Samudra Manthan) which was carried out by Gods and Devils together. 

    Vishwakarma Puja Vidhi 
    The statue of Lord Vishwakarma is installed at the workplace. Pictures can also be used. Some people worship their machinery as a personification of Lord Vishwakarma. At many places, Yajna is also organised to celebrate the day. 
    Take a bath before sitting for the Puja. After remembering Lord Vishnu in your mind, keep Lord Vishwakarma’s statue or portrait on a platform. Take a flower in your right hand. Take an Akshat and recite the chanting. Sprinkle the Akshat all around the room and leave the flower in the water. 
    Tie a Raksha Sutra or the holy thread in your hand and remember Lord Vishwakarma. After the Puja, offer water, vermillion, Akshat, flower and sweets to the machinery. Carry out the Yajna to complete the Puja.

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