Festivals

  There is no end of festivals in India. Thirteen festivals in twelve months – so goes the saying. In fact, twice the thirteen is perhaps the true number of festivals. Some of the noteworthy festivals of West Bengal are Durga Puja, Kalipuja, the Rathajatra, the Jagadhartri Puja, the Eid-ul-fitr, the Christmas. The Durga Puja is the greatest festival of the Hindus take place in the early Autumn, the queen of season and last for four days. It is occasion of joy and merry making. The boys and the girls wear new cloths and move from pandal to pandal. The Saraswati Puja, the Goddess of learning comes of in Winter.

The Eid-ul-fitr is the greatest Muslim festivals. On the occasion the Muslim boys and girls  put on new clothes and visit their friends and relatives.

The Christmas, the greatest festivals of Christians is observed on 25th December. The Christians put on new clothes. They distribute food, cloth, medicines etc among the poor and the sick.

The Buddhist observe the Buddha Purnima in Baisakh.

 The festivals have a great social unity. They remove the difference between man and man.

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