Jagadhatri Puja 2022: Chandannagar’s 4th Jagadhatri Puja, Lion Color White! Snakes And Shushuks Swirl In The Water During Immersion: Jagadhatri Puja Vidhi: After two years, this traditional puja of Chandannagar is going to be celebrated again with pomp and grandeur. Jagajjanani Jagaddhatri is worshiped as a mother in this city on the banks of the Ganges. After the cool breeze of Hemant, this city is now decorated with garlands of lights.
On Jagadhatri Puja (Jagadhatri Puja 2022), people flock from far and wide to the famous town of Chandannagar in Hooghly to witness the light manipulation. No one has succumbed to the power of Corona for more than 2 years. But in the city of life, there was trouble in the hearts of everyone because of the fading of Joules. This time the city has been illuminated with light to forget the pain and suffering. For 2 years, the anniversary celebrations were held like a thorn in the neck. This time the residents of Farasdanga have redoubled their preparations to celebrate the festival. Just as there are surprises in the puja, there is also an impression of novelty in the street lights. A walk along Chandannagar Station Road will tell you how different the traditions, culture, and tastes of this city are from other pujas and other places. Haimantika’s worship adorns this small town in its own way.
During Durga Puja, all the pujas celebrated in this city are done as home or ancient pujas. Durga Puja pandals light up team by team. Because from that time, the most expensive and beloved puja in this city started. Barwari pujas are nothing else but the various themes decorated with lights are worth seeing. Which happens with all tuna bulbs. Even though 3D has started now, there is no lack of jolly in the procession.
Just as the lights are attractive in Chandannagar’s Jagaddhatri puja, so are the idols. Because such an idol is not seen in India. Only, the face of the idol does not match Durga’s in any way. Idols of majestic, mighty, and loving goddesses are made here. More than 100 pieces of gold and silver jewelry and an expensive Banarasi saree. On the head is a huge golden crown. Ear cuffs, silver crescents. Silver nupur on feet, gold or silver crowns for lions. It would seem that a serious woman is sitting in the guise of a queen. Locals observe this puja with great pride. This is another madness. The whole city gets addicted to one drug or another. The eye-catching illuminations and Jagaddhatri idols have seen a little more crowd this year than in other years. After two years, this traditional puja of Chandannagar is going to be celebrated again with pride and pomp. Jagajjanani Jagaddhatri is worshiped as a mother in this city on the banks of the Ganges. After the cool breeze of Hemant, this city is now decorated with garlands of lights.
According to Shastrakars, and Puranakars, those who are protected by Sinharudha Jagaddhatri do not fall, and do not perish. There are many stories about the history of Jagaddhatri Puja and the method of worship in this city. About 300 years ago, Dewan Indranarayan Choudhury was impressed by the puja of Krishnanagar Rajbari. After that he introduced Jagaddhatri Puja in Nichupatti of Laxmiganj Chaulapatti in Chandanagar. After some time this puja spread with fanfare. This puja is known as Adi Puja of Chandanandar. So locals know as Adi Ma. It is known that the puja is decided in the name of the descendant of Dewan Chowdhury. The idol has different characteristics. The traditional idol has a white lion and Hatimunda in reverse positions. It is said that when this idol falls into the water during Niranjan, snakes or snakes are seen. This highly awakened Tagore is worshiped according to the custom of 300 years ago.
Next is the Laxmiganj Kapapepatti Jagaddhatri Puja. Which is the second oldest puja in Chandannagar. In 1768, cloth merchant Sridhar Bandyopadhyay (aka Shashadhar) introduced this puja due to a dispute with the rice traders of Chaulapatti. The other two pujas of this region are Laxmiganj Chowmatha (1903 AD) and Laxmiganj Bazar (1933 AD) pujas. According to the original rules, the color of the lion is white in these four pujas – Chaulapatti, Kappapatti, Chaumatha, and Bazar in North Chandannagar. The city has another puja, which has been performed since 1835. Bagbazar puja of Chandannagar. It is also worshiped in that ancient way.
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