Excellent art work of Kumartuli Park Durgapuja in 2015.

Souvik By Souvik, 27th Oct 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/6l4cz79l/
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The article speaks about excellent art work at Kumartuli Park Durga Puja in Kolkata. in 2015 the puja was organized based on the theme of earthquake at Nepal.

Kumartuli Park

The Kumartuli Park Durga Puja is a great Durga Puja held in North Kolkata. It is situated very close to Idol making factories in Kumartuli.


The theme of the Kumartuli Park Durga Puja included the earthquake that took place in Nepal. It happened in summer 2015


The main mandap was made like a temple in Nepal. The adjoining buildings are shown collapsing in the vicinity.

Great work.

It was great work on the part of the organizers to show that the other buildings had cracked and fell down.


The architecture of the temples were done to give effect to the theme of temples of Kathmandu and other areas in Nepal.


The idol inside the pandal had been made in such a way to show that Goddess had been the source of power and empowerment.

Dark colour.

The temples in Kumartuli Park are created of dark colour to give the image of temples that are there in Nepal.

Source of images: "The images are taken from private camera of Dr Souvik Chatterji during visit to Kolkata in October, 2015."


2015, Durga Puja, Kolkata, Kumartuli Park

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author avatar Souvik
28th Oct 2015 (#)

The puja also looks nice at night.

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author avatar Fern Mc Costigan
28th Oct 2015 (#)

Nice post and thanks for the sharing my friend!

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author avatar Souvik
28th Oct 2015 (#)

Thanks a lot Fern for the wonderful comments.

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