Bhagalpur,: This time the people of Smart City Bhagalpur will see the grand form of Shri Ram temple being built in Ayodhya and Dakshineswar Kali temple in Kolkata this time during Durga Puja. Presentation of Jubak Sangh will be Shri Ram Mandir and Dakshineswar Kali Temple of Hospitality Club in Marwari Pathshala premises.
Artisans have been engaged in giving a grand look to Shri Ram temple and Dakshineswar Kali temple. Artisans have come from Diamond Harbor and Budge Budge in Kolkata to give the appearance of Shri Ram temple, while artisans have come from Howrah Bali to give the form of Dakshineswar Kali temple. After two years, preparations are going on in a grand manner. Due to the Corona epidemic, the pandals were not being given such a grand look. Preparations for worship are going on at many places in the city.
Mother’s worship has been doing hospitality club since 1990
Hospitality Club Puja in-charge Prateek Kumar Babbu said that Hospitality Club is doing Durga Puja near Kachari Chowk since 1990. This time the club decided that the grand form of Dakshineswar Kali Temple in Kolkata would be shown to the people of Bhagalpur. 12 artisans have reached from Howrah Bali and started work. Dhak is coming from Murshidabad in Bengal. All the furnishings of the mother are coming from Kolkata. Club’s Medpati Abhishek, Kishor, Rakesh Sharma, President Deepak Kumar Verma, Vice President Deepan Acharya, Secretary Ravi Shankar Verma, Deputy Secretaries and Advisors Deepak Kumar Das and Ritesh Mishra, Treasurer Dharmendra Kumar are busy preparing for the puja.
Since 1958, Jubak Sangh has been worshiping the mother.
Jubak Sangh has been worshiping the mother since 1958. Secretary Baban Saha told that the presentation of Jubak Sangh made up of Anga and Bang is going to be made on the lines of Shri Ram Mandir Ayodhya. This time the width of the pandal will be 110 feet and the length will be 75 feet. It has been decided to build a replica of Ram temple in Bhagalpur. Union member Deepak Sharma told that artisans have come from Kolkata to make the statue of the mother.