Golden Jubilee celebrations & Durga Puja festivities begin at Bengalee Cultural Association

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Golden Jubilee celebrations & Durga Puja festivities begin at Bengalee Cultural Association
Golden Jubilee celebrations & Durga Puja festivities begin at Bengalee Cultural Association
Golden Jubilee celebrations & Durga Puja festivities begin at Bengalee Cultural Association
Chief Guest Sri Sabyasachi Ghosh (third from left), IAS, Principal Secretary, Youth Advancement, Tourism & Culture, Govt. of Telangana; inaugurating the Bengalee Cultural Association’s Golden Jubilee celebrations & Sri Sri Durga Puja 2023, at Banjara Function Hall, Banjara Hills, immediately; additionally seen (L-R) are Mr Mriganka Mitra (Extreme Left), President, Bengalee Cultural Association; & members of the Bengalee Cultural Association.

Hyderabad, October 21, 2023: The 5 day grand Golden Jubilee Celebrations and the Sri Sri Durga Puja 2023, being hosted by the Bengalee Cultural Association, Masab Tank, Hyderabad; was formally inaugurated by Chief Guest Sri. Sabyasachi Ghosh, IAS, Principal Secretary, Government of Telangana; immediately at Banjara Function Hall, Banjara Hills. To mark the event, the pandal was adorned within the conventional Bengal fashion by specialist craftsmen from Kolkata. 

The Association which started its journey in 1984 with a number of Bengali migrants, totally on transferable jobs, becoming a member of palms to have fun Durga puja, has blossomed into famend organisation internet hosting Durga Puja and a number of cultural, literary and charity initiatives, whereas actively integrating with the native communities. 

The Association is popping each stone to make this occasion memorable for the group. To deliver the standard and genuine Bengali flavour to the festivities, the Association has invited knowledgeable craftsmen and artists all the best way from Kolkata, one thing being carried out for the primary time by any Bengali affiliation in Telangana, says MK Mitra, President, Bengalee Cultural Association.      

The artists specifically coming from Bengal will enthral the viewers with vibrant and spellbinding leisure and literary actions, until 24th October, 2023 as a part of the Golden Jubilee celebrations. The Association has lined up extremely memorable and pleasant festivities together with Pushpanjali or floral tribute to Goddess to be held on on a regular basis until 24th October, 23 from 9 am to 12 midday. Bhog will likely be supplied to Goddess Durga between 12:30 and 1:00 pm, and lunch will likely be served within the type of Bhog Prasadam between 1:00 pm to three:00 pm on all as of late. The night will likely be replete with cultural packages, reputed artists and singers from Kolkata and Mumbai will likely be acting on stage. 

On Dashami the final day of celebrations, devotees in large quantity will take part in Dandiya with festive gusto, which will likely be adopted by puja and floral choices to the Goddess. Later ladies will take part in Sindoor Khela program adopted by providing bhog. Women will apply vermilion to the Mother Goddess and later apply to their buddies and different ladies. In the night the mirror will likely be immersed first, later the idol of Sri Sri Durga Maa will likely be taken in a procession from Banjara Function Hall to Hussain Sagar Lake for immersion. 

The Bengalee Cultural Association carries a legacy of grandeur which encompasses wealthy Bengalee cultural traditions, historical past, opulence and a deep dedication to spirituality and leisure, making the festivities most memorable. Outside of Bengal, the Bengalee Cultural Association celebrations rank among the many finest and most awaited, says Ranjit Paul, General Secretary, Bengalee Cultural Association.

As a part of the Golden Jubilee 12 months the Bengalee Cultural Association is making the celebrations distinctive by going for conventional decorations from artists introduced from Bengal utilizing Pattachitra or Patachitra. Pattachitra is a standard cloth-based scroll portray that has its origins within the states of West Bengal and Odisha. The artwork type is common for its intricate particulars and mythological or folklore narratives which might be inscribed on a bit of fabric. The individuals who create Patachitra artworks are referred to as Patuas. Unlike different conventional artists, Patuas sing Patua sangeet whereas displaying their paintings. It’s a method of explaining the precise which means or story behind the paintings.

Mansi Praharaj

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