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Bengali New Year – 15th April 2013


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Bengali Holi Cards

If you want to wish someone in this Holi, festival of colour, in a real colourfull way. Then just pick an ecard from the following category to express your true feelings for him or her.


Bijoya Dosommi cards

The final day of the Durga Festival and our hearts are a bit heavy. But if you truly understood Maa Durga, then you know that she lives all through the year and lives, here in us. She appeared as the combined energy of the gods and she still comes when we all wish for her. Arising from our energies, she shows herself in clay idols. She stays for four days and kills all the demons that lie within us. So that we can be pure and abundant, again.








Bijaya Dosomi

The Durga Puja is ending and with a heavy heart all bid her goodbye. We all start wishing for the next Puja even before it ends. The pandals get ready for the procession for taking Maa Durga for Bhashan or the immersion. Amidst Sindur Khela and holy incantations, the idols of Maa Durga with Lakshmi, Saraswati, Kartik and Ganesh are immersed into the water. For Bengalis, it’s also time for socialization and be their gourmet best.








Shubho Bijaya

It is the last day of the Durga Puja. Also known as Dussehra, it celebrates Ram’s victory over Ravan. Ram had invoked Durga’s blessings to defeat him in battle. Effigies of Ravan, Kumbhakaran and Indrajit are burned in many places. This is a time of joy and celebration all over India.








Nabami Cards

Maha Nabami is on 23rd October, Tuesday.
When all else fails, we resort to the greatest warrior of this universe, Goddess Durga. She is incomparable in beauty and strength. The greatest wielder of weapons. She saves all in the heavens and earth whenever she is called to.






Maha Nabami

Mahanabami starts after the end of Sandhi Puja. Goddess Durga is worshipped as Aparajita, The Invincible One. She is the epitome of beauty and grace, master of weapons and the art of battle as well as the Mother Goddess. Shakti, the communal energy of all the deities, has killed the evil Mahisasura. Dhakis play their wonderful drums with fervour and people ‘dhunuchi’ dance to its beats.






Maha Ashtami Cards

Maha Ashtami is on Monday, 22nd October 2012.
Devi Durga is the reflection of your Kundalini Shakti. It is that power that resides at the base of the spine and rises to meet Shiva. When the Kundalini is awake, the person is truly enlightened.