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About 12 results for "shiv mandir puja"

Festive high to slay toxic demon

At a time when most puja organisers are opting for grand pandals, there are some who are going for environment-friendly ones. Amrudhi Mohalla Boys Club has decided to make an idol from oats, whereas New Arya Athletic Club will have an idol made of ... Calcutta Telegraph, 3 weeks ago

Theme pujas still rule, pandals dress up

NEW DELHI: With Durga Puja just a few days away, puja committees in the capital are getting set to welcome the Mother in style. Last-minute touches are being given to various idols and pandals. While theme-oriented pujas are still preferred over the ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

A city of temples in the making during Durga Puja

Patna: Take your pick - The White House of the US, Spain's Royal Palace of Madrid, Kolkata's Victoria Memorial, Bodh Gaya's Thai temple, Karnataka's Mahadev temple and Patna's own Takht Sri Harmandir Ji Sahib gurdwara. With about 1,200 Durga Puja ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

Uma-Sanjhi Mahotsava begins at Mahakaleshwar Mandir

— By FP NEWS SERVICE , September 20, 2014 02:19 am Ujjain : Week-long Uma-Sanjhi Mahotsava was kicked off at Mahakaleshwar Temple here on Friday. Official priest Pt Ghanshyam Sharma performed aarti of Goddess Uma at temple premises in the evening.
 The Freepress Journal1 month ago

Graft grounds CCTV project

Paucity of funds and alleged corruption has derailed the ambitious CCTV installation work in the town. Katihar-based Balajee Computers, which had taken up the Rs 15-lakh project and had completed the wiring at Ambedkar Chowk, had to stop midway. The ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago


The Cossimbazar Roys have a heritage to die for and theyve left no stoned unturned to trumpet the value of restored pride, writes pausali sengupta DRIVING down about a mile north of Cossimbazar railway station will land you in front of the palace ...
 The Statesman1 week ago

Bless me lord, so I can win

NAGPUR: Come elections and our political leaders are shorn of their power trappings. It's not just the code of conduct which deprives them of the aura. Humility and a feeling of surrender at the feet of almighty engulf these political heavyweights ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Only the elderly come to mourn Ravana in birthplace Bisrakh

In the sleepy village of Bisrakh in Greater Noida, believed to be the birthplace of demon king Ravana, there is a tradition of observing mourning for the Maha Brahman on Dussehra. But on Friday, it was limited to a small group, comprising the aged ...
 Indian Express2 weeks ago

A vanishing tribe Delhis Durga makers need prayers

Perched atop a wooden platform, as the skilled hands of a bleary eyed Gobindo Nath draws the eyes of the 10-feet tall idol inside a darkened tent with a flickering bulb, the face of the goddess comes alive. This thin orange ring drawn inside the ...
 Hindustan Times3 weeks ago A vanishing tribe: Delhi's Durga makers need prayers  Hindustan Times3 weeks ago

Gujarati glimmer in shaam-e-Awadh

Lucknow: The city turned into mini Gujarat on the weekend with dandiya and garba nights being organised in over a dozen places. Large number of Gujaratis turned up for the events and brought their friends along to give them a feel of their culture. ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago
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