Happy Maha Panchami 2019 to all and you all your loved family members. The Durga Puja is a very holy and prestigious festival of the Hindus. The Bengalees all over the world celebrate it with very joy and pomp. Many people from West Bengal go for tours outside during this time, while others return to their homes to enjoy this wonderful time with their family, friends and other loved and dear ones. The Durga Puja signifies the victory of good over evil and this is a very important significance of the festival. Also, another very special significance of this festival is that all people no matter whatever religion, caste, or creed they are from or whether they are rich or poor, they all come out together forgetting their differences and roam around from pandal to pandal in their best dresses. The mandaps are decorated very beautifully for the wonderful models which are created by craftsmen who toil hard every day until the final day and make out this awesome Durga Goddesses model. The mandaps are decorated savilion with beautiful illumination and very evening, the priest performs aarati or the priest greets the goddesses by waving lamps and incense sticks in the accompaniment of the beating of drums, while the puja is held.
Below is the schedule, date, and timing of Durga Puja 2019 all dates.
Maha Panchami 2019 Date Timing Schedule
Maha Panchami is the fifth day in the Durga puja timings and most the fun starts from this very day. Many pandal hoppers start their pandal hopping journey from today, to avoid the crowd and hassle. Here are the time and date of Maha Panchami 2019.
|Name Of Day||Start Time & Date||End Time & Date|
|Maha Panchami 2019||4:26 PM, Wednesday, 2nd October.||3:12 PM, Thursday, 3rd October.|
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Also, get the next day’s timing, i.e., Sasthi from here