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Siliguri Durga Puja 2016: Shivling Structured Puja Pandal at Gauri Ichha Kali Mandir Durga Puja Committee
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Siliguri Durga Puja 2016: Gauri Ichha Kali Mandir Durga Puja Committee located at Tumba Jote, Matigara (In the way from Jhankar More to Matigara) celebrates durga puja with full joy. This year the Durga Puja Committee is celebrating their 40th years of Durga Puja.  This year the visitors will see the very attractive theme based durga puja , “35ft Shivalinga made of thermocole will lots of lighting effects. Special Attraction: Thermocole Based

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First Maa Banbhori Amrit Mahotsav at Siliguri
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First Maa Banbhori Amrit Mahotsav of Siliguri was organized on 12th Jan 2014 at Sagar Residency, Near Suchitra Hotel, Sevoke Road, Siliguri. This special event was organized by Jai Ma Banbhori Pariwar (Siliguri). All the members were present at mahotsav to make this event success and it became a great success with the aashirwad of Maa Banbhori. The program started at 7:00 am with Ma Banbhori Pujan in the morning and continued till 11:00 pm with the

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History behind Lohri Celebration
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The history of Lohri, a seasonal festival of North India is as old as that of story of Indus Valley civilization itself. The Festival of Lohri marks the beginning of the end of winter and the coming of spring and the New Year. The fires lit at night, the hand warming, the song and dance and the coming together of an otherwise atomized community, are only some of the features of this festival. There are some interesting socio-cultural and folk-legends

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Jai Maa Banbhori Devi First Amrit Mahotsav at Siliguri
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Banbhori (also spelt as Banbhauri) is a village in Hisar (also known as Hissar) district of Haryana province of north-western India. The place is well-known for its local deity (Devi), which is worshiped by people who originally hail from around that area. There are families that have left the area generations back, and still come to worship the goddess, especially after new birth and marriage in the family. Special festivities are organised at the

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