Mahalaya 2021 : It is an uncommon custom for Bengalis as upon the arrival of Mahalaya, they get up at 4 am and check out pay attention to Birendra Krishna Bhadra presenting the heavenly refrains of ‘Mahisasura Mardini.’
Date and Time of Mahalaya :-
According to the Hindu schedule, Mahalaya 2021, which denotes the last day of Pitru Paksha, will be seen on October 6, seven days preceding Durga Puja festivities. The Amavasya Tithi of Mahalaya will start on October 5, 2021 at 07:04 PM and it will end at 04:34 PM on October 6, 2021. The day will stamp the finish of 16-day long Pitru Paksha, with individuals recollecting the left spirits by offering ‘tarpan’ and the start of Devi Paksha. For the occupants of West Bengal and different states, Mahalaya starts the commencement of Durga Puja.
Mahalaya additionally plays host to a comprehensive development with the All India Radio program ‘Mahishasura Mardini’, which is a wonderful recitation of the scriptural stanzas of the ‘Chandi Kavya.’ The recitation is trailed by reverential tunes. Aficionados awaken in the pre-day break hours just to pay attention to the Mahishasura Mardini broadcast.
Consistently, since 1931, a one and half-hour sound montage of Chandipath alongside Bengali reverential melodies, old style music, and acoustics, is circulated on the All India Radio at sunrise. The Bengali radio program, Mahisasurmardini initially got going as a live presentation, however has been in the pre-recorded arrangement since 1966.
It is an uncommon custom for Bengalis as upon the arrival of Mahalaya, they get up at 4 am and check out pay attention to Birendra Krishna Bhadra presenting the heavenly refrains of ‘Mahisasura Mardini.’ The sacred sections in short portrays the account of the drop of Goddess Durga on the planet.
Bhadra, who has deified the Chandipath in his evergreen voice, portrays that Durga is viewed as the antiquated wellspring of force — Goddess Chandika. It tells how she expects a great appearance just to reestablish the course of creation, give a safeguard from the evil embodies, and reestablish Dharma to the world.
The Chandipath describes, when Mahisasura, the lord of the Asuras, crushed the divine beings and tossed them out of paradise, they went to Brahma to look for help. Brahma directed them to Vishnu, the God of conservation, and Mahadeva, the God of annihilation.
The divine beings then, at that point, projected their energy, and which on the whole brought forth a solid type of energy, the ten-equipped goddess. The recitation by Bhadra lets us know how Mahadeva gave her the harpoon, Vishnu gave her the Chakra, Kalbhairav (or Veerbhadra) gave the Khadga, Surya gave bow and bolts, Yama gave her the Kaal Danda, Vishwakarma a defensive reinforcement called as kawach, Kuber gave her adornments and accessories, Brahma gave her the rosary and the Kamandalu (compartment of consecrated water). Presently one can ask why Goddess Durga sits on a Lion. It is on the grounds that the Himalayas gave her the lion to go about as her mount
On getting powers from all divine beings, the 10-arm Goddess and her mount did battle with the evil presence ruler and slew him.
After the legendary text is described, artists like Manabendra Mukhopadhyay, Sandhya Mukhopadhyay, Dwijen Mukhopadhyay, Arati Mukhopadhyay, Supriti Ghosh, Utpala Sen, and Shyamal Mitra sing some captivating melodies, which are made by Pankaj Mullick.
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