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Watch Sapta Sati Chandi Patha by JE Cassette


Listen to the divine Sapta Sapti Chandi Patha and goddess Durga Vandana in Odia released by JE Cassette.

About Cuttack Durga Puja :

Durga Puja or Dussehra is one of the biggest festivals of Odisha. The festival is celebrated in great pomp and shows in different cities of the state. The festival is celebrated in a grand way in the twin city of Odisha i.e Cuttack – Bhubaneswar.

Durga Puja, the most happening festival of the people of Cuttack which can be sensed with its spurt of fanfare on all the five days of the Durga Puja festival. This autumnal festival popularly known as Dussehra, recalls the power of female Shakti symbolized by the Goddess Durga who slays asura to re-establish peace and sanctity on earth again. During these days of Durga Puja, the people of Cuttack rejoice to their heart’s content reconnecting with friends and relatives.

Durga Puja is an occasion when the familiar sound of Ghanta, Sambalpuri Baja, renowned bands gives a familiar tug to every Katki’s heart. The road vendors started selling balloons other cute stuff for the kids. The city of Silver starts dazzling like Silver welcoming Durga Maa.

The big gates(Toranas), led light gates constructions are in full swing. With few days to go the members of the Puja committees have joined hands to celebrate the eve with great joy. Ghanta, Baja, and band troops, Odia melody parties are being booked for a couple of months before the celebration.

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