“There are people in the world so hungry, that God cannot appear to them except in the form of bread.”
― Mahatma Gandhi
Every year the grand festival of Bengali “Durga Puja” comes and goes, the entire city glow with scintillating lights but some pockets remains dark like everyday. The faces remains pale and before they notice life goes on as usual in dark. For many this grand event starts when Goddess Durga Idol takes its shape in the safe hand of artisans but life doesn’t take no good shape for some.
We spend so much money for this occasion, in fact Puja Committees spend huge amount towards making their Puja pomp and show but we never ever thought about the pale faces around us.
Someday, Goddess Durga would come and shine their lives with her magic , this is a hope and we all live in this hope. With this hope we all will be a part of this year “Durga Puja”
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Thank you Rupam
I appreciate your thoughts!
Thanks Indrani !! This post is a result of depression around us.
Thank you so much Kirti
Very true Indrajit. Life remains dark for many in the glitz of Puja. Very nice pictures, May Ma Dyrga bless all.
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