Guru Nanak Jayanti is the most sacred festivals of Sikhs, which commemorates the birthday of Guru Nanak. The birth anniversaries are associated with the 10 Gurus of Sikhism.
On the other hand MP Jiten Chowdhury also inaugurated the 4 day long 121st Rash Purnima celebration at Borolutma area under Kamalpur Sub Division at Dhalai District on Wednesday.
Despite this Annabhog distributed among 4000 devotees today with initiative of members of New Young Star club. Many people visited the puja pandal inspite of continuous rain.
Govardhan Puja is also known as Annakut, which means heap of grain. Huge number of devotees gathered at Jagganath temple on Friday to participate in the Annakut Festival.
Braving the intermittent rains, people came out on the streets in the evening and were seen enjoying fireworks as well the orchestra performance organized by several clubs.
Along with the rest of the nation, Diwali is celebrated with huge zeal and enthusiasm in Tripura. The festival is so highlighted that it crosses the zeal of Durga Puja.
On the occasion 25 Puja Organizers felicitated in seven categories with beautiful trophy and memento.
Chief Executive Member of ADC Radha Charan Debbarma expressed best wishes to the people of the state on the occasion of Bijoya Dashami.
The state administration has ordered the club members to complete the immersion of idols within Wednesday next.
The trend perhaps has come up cutting across age bar and gender and the selfie syndrome appears to be the biggest exercise of Durga puja this year in Tripura among puja revelers.
According to the police source like every year this year too tight securities have been deployed to restrict untoward incidents.
Meanwhile crowd have started bloating the pandals from the Sashti night. Despite of the critical situation of the roads and traffic people are coming of their homes to be a part of this celebration.
TWRS has taken initiative to serve drinking water among the devotees, sitting arrangement for senior citizens and to conduct cleanliness campaign during the days of Durgapuja.
The organizers said that they got subscription 1 lakh to 1.6 lakh while their budget is Rs. 3 to 5 lakh. Besides they cannot cope up with the price hike of the market.
"For sightseeing and witnessing Durga Puja, the per head fare for an adult is Rs 1,600 and for children below 12 years it is Rs 1,400," TRTC Managing Director Keshab Kar told
Club members are working day and night to complete last finishing touch of worshiping Saradia Durga Maa at Sabroom subdivision within rain, non cooperation of power supply, murder of journalist and suspension of internet service.
Altogether 60 pujas will be organized in town area of Kailashahar including Durgapuja of Kalibari, Mahadeb Bari and different houses. At least six clubs organized big budget puja this year.