KOKRAJHAR, OCT 9: Only two-day left to the celebration of Durga Puja, massive preparations for Durga Puja mandhaps are going in full swing to celebrate the Durga Puja at various puja mandhaps in Kokrajhar district amidst maintaining strict COVID protocol.
A selfi puja mandhap has been erected at the Gour Nagar (near Circuit House) Durga Puja mandhap in Kokrajhar town with attractive theme using Puska bowl and cocoon which are found locally and decorated with rare designs that has been highlighting on the beautiful arts.
The Gour Nagar Sarbajanin Durga Puja committee has been celebrating 54th Durga Puja where an attractive scenes of Selfi Puja Mandhap erected to attract the Puja lovers and visitors in Kokrajhar town and it’s adjoining areas.
The Puja Mandhap has also been erecting selfi sites with stands photos of sports pride of India, Lovlina Borgohain and Neeraj Chopra who had won medals in Tokyo 2020 Olympic to make healthy encouraging among the citizens in the region.
Puja mandhap was organised by Jahnanbi Club Kokrajhar to highlight the puja decoration with attractive scenes.
President of the Gour Nagar Sarbajanin Durga Puja committee, Bablu Sarkar informed that this time the Durga Puja has been celebrating with a limited budget but a rare attractive puja mandhap celebration in Kokrajhar town.
He said that the mandhap decoration was designed by noted artiste Karthik Bhattacharya by using the small Puska bowl and cocoon which are found locally besides using astha papers to make stronger attractions.
He has expressed his hopeful that all necessary preparations and decorations would be final touched on Sunday evening.
Pandal decorator and artist Bhattacharya said that necessary preparations are getting final touch for the Durga Puja celebration in Kokrajhar.
He informed that 22 persons are engaged in the mandhap decoration and constructions since last week of September and hopeful all arrangements are getting final shaped by Sunday.
He has expressed his expectation that the mandhap will gather huge thronging of devotees and visitors during the Puja celebration.