Durga Puja is one of the important Hindu festivals in India. The festival honors life, society, conventions, & traditions. The celebration celebrates all over India & has distinctive ceremonies & merriments particularly in the eastern Indian conditions of Assam, Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha, Tripura, & West Bengal. It also celebrates in Delhi, Gujarat, Kashmir, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra, Punjab, & Uttar Pradesh. The celebration honors by respecting Goddess Durga. She remembers for kill Mahisasur, a powerful evil presence who also called the Buffalo Demon. It also denotes her arrival consistently in the Bengali month of Aswin, recollecting Lord Ram as he summoned Goddess Durga for her favors keeping in mind the end goal to spare Sita from the grip of Ravana. Durga Puja is one of the greatest celebrations in Bengal. It is the most important social occasion in the Bengali society.
History of Durga Puja
The legend behind the Durga Puja festival is that Mahishasur, the Buffalo Demon. Got gifts from Lord Brahma, through years of asking, which made him strong. Once picking up this force he starts damaging the world, murdering individuals & attempted to kill the Gods as well. With consternation, the Gods joined their forces to make a lady, & they put their most powerful weapons in one of her ten hands. Riding a lion she killed the devil.