Without bothering to send me a one line email to save my toil in advertising my books (plus their site) payhip just deleted my account out of blue. So you will see links directing to their *** site but please ignore them and if you like those books buy them through my paypal account.
It will start its journey on 1st day of Bengali New Year, 15th April 2018 if you want it send me a mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or leave your email id here, in the comments section, whichever you prefer.
It is free.
it is in English.
Very small in size (in case you are intimidated by my huge Ezines)
It will contain spoilers from the Ezines and my other books. Hope you will enjoy them!
This one will follow English Calendar.
I will keep the email ids for permanent, if you want your name off you will have to again write to me and tell me you want your name to be removed from the email list!
In the morning the mangalghat is immersed in water, with that the Goddess leaves the clay idol, in the evening the idol is carried to nearby water body and immersed there. Five days of festivities are over and wait for another year begins!
This day is the day when sadness creeps in and the puja is done with extra love. Next morning the Goddess’s soul will leave, in the evening her clay body will be immersed in water, wait for another year will begin.
Mahashtami is the D day of Durgapuja, Mother Goddess have slain the buffalo demon on Mahashtami Sandhikshan in Spring Durgapuja or Basantipuja, and Ramchandra killed Ravana on Mahashtami Sandhikshan, Sandhikshan is when Ashtami and Navami meet. No Hindu tithis don’t follow clocks or common calendars. Every home that holds puja in orthodox way offers own special puja to the Goddess on this day.
On this dawn the priests go to nearby river and fill up a clay pitcher with river water after performing puja, that pitcher becomes the mangalghat- the holy ghat, the symbol of Goddess herself. The ghat is brought back to the altar and placed near the Goddess till Vijayadashami.
Full details: https://window2mysoul.wordpress.com/durgapuja-in-the-traditional-way/