Durga Puja is a part of the Navratri festival and is held from the sixth day to the ninth day of Navratri. It celebrates the victory of good over evil.
Durga Puja 2022 Start Date: October 01, Saturday.
Durga Puja 2022 End Date: October 05, Wednesday.
Durga Puja Wishes, Quotes, Messages, WhatsApp status, SMS:
May goddess Durga protect you from every evil out there and guide you wherever you go, whatever you do. Happy Durga Puja.
Take my warm greetings for the upcoming Durga Puja. Stay safe and have fun with your family and friends. May the blessings of Maa Durga always be with you.
The mesmerizing sound of Dhak is reminding us all that Maa is coming once again. I wish you peace, happiness, and joy on this happy occasion of Durga Puja!
Days are blissful, mornings are more colorful nowadays. Nature seems to have put on a new look as Maa Durga is all set to bless us all once again. Happy Durga puja!
Prepare yourself for the most wonderful festival on earth. Don’t forget to make as many wishes as you can. Because, my dear, it’s all coming true! Happy Durga Puja!
I hope Maa gives you courage and strength to face all the odds in life and showers your life with unlimited happiness. Wish you a very enjoyable Durga puja!
May you have the best Durga Puja this year. May the blessings of Maa sweeps you away to the land of eternal happiness. have a great time with your family!
Let go all of your worries. Put a smile back on your face because the goddess Durga has arrived to make your life incredibly awesome. Happy Durga Puja 2022!
The goddess of power, strength, and truth has arrived once again with the promise of a joyful year ahead. Welcome her with the warmth of your heart and let the celebration begin!
Durga Puja 2022 Dates List:
|Day 1||Shashthi||October 01, Saturday|
|Day 2||Saptami||October 02, Sunday|
|Day 3||Ashtami||October 03, Monday|
|Day 4||Navami||October 04, Tuesday|
|Day 5||Vijaya Dashami
|October 05, Wednesday|
According to mythology, Goddess Durga had killed demon Mahishasura after nine nights of furious battle. The tenth day is celebrated as Vijaya Dashami or Dussehra.
Durga Puja is majorly celebrated in West Bengal, Bihar, Assam, Odisha and Tripura.
The festival is observed in the Indian calendar month of Ashwin, which corresponds to September–October in the Gregorian calendar.
The puja is performed in homes and public, the latter featuring a temporary stage and structural decorations (known as pandals).
Over the years, Durga puja has morphed into an inseparable part of Indian culture with a diverse group of people celebrating this festival.