NTPC Korba Celebrated Navratri
The ongoing Navratri festival on the grounds of NTPC Korba had devotees conducting dhunuchi aarti with dhaak and loban and people dancing the garba in the glow of lights. The Maa Durga pandal has been decked with a variety of hues, and a Garba dance has been scheduled for the festival at Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Stadium in order to fully commemorate Navdurga Durgotsav.
The worship of Maa Durga during the Navratri festival has been enhanced by the Garba performance set to religious tunes. Women and children are really enthusiastic about the celebration.
This year, the Navdurga pandal and temple complex have both been tastefully decked. For the entire day, devotees seeking Maa’s blessings pack the court.
The Dandiya Night then starts, during which the followers of Goddess Durga form a circle and engage in Garba. In order to keep the Garba programme interesting, various themes have been maintained. Stalls selling a variety of treats and other items have also been placed up close to the pandal grounds for the amusement of the devotees.
The Durga Puja celebration is observed with complete devotion, dedication, and reverence. Such holy occasions foster a social climate that fosters cultural and social awareness as well as a sense of mutual respect and trust.
On the first day of Navdurga Puja, Jyoti lighting and Kalash Yatra were performed. After that, daily religious rituals like aarti and wreath-laying continued. The festival also featured performances of Jagran, Kalratri Darshan, Havan, Kanya-Poojan, Khichdi Bhog, and Poornahuti.