Durga Puja festival signifies that no matter how powerful the evil forces are, the ultimate victory will always be in the hands of the virtuous. This day marks the victory of Goddess Durga (good) over the Demon Mahishasura.
This festival is also known as ‘Durgotsava’ or ‘Sharadotsav’ This is the most important festival for the people of West Bengal and Tripura. During the ten auspicious days of Durga Puja celebrations, many different rituals are performed. But in last five days of Durga Puja- Maha Saptami, Maha Shashthi, Vijay Dashmi and Maha Navami are celebrated with great festivity, zeal and enthusiasm all over the world
Pandit ji Dakshina - 2,500/- without Samagri and 3,500/- with Samagri
Pandit ji Dakshina - 7,000/- Ghat Sthapna + 9 days of Paath + Navami Hawan
Pandit ji Dakshina - 9,000/- Ghat Sthapna + 9 days of Paath + Navami Hawan