Diwali kali puja Sacrifices what is kali puja how to do kali puja at home

Diwali kali puja Sacrifices what is kali puja how to do kali puja at home

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Diwali kali puja Sacrifices what is kali puja how to do kali puja at home




what is Kali pooja:

what is kali puja

what is kali puja

 

Kali Pooja is celebrated in West Bengal, and Laksmi Pooja is performed on Diwali in North India, Kali Pooja is celebrated with a high enthusiasm in West Bengal. People clean their houses and also white wash their houses before Kali Pooja. People also buy new dresses to wear on Kali Pooja. This is the biggest festival for Bengalis after Durga Pooja.

Decorating their houses with flowers and Vandanvars of Mango leaves:

decorating their houses with flowers and Vandanvars of Mango leaves

decorating their houses with flowers and Vandanvars of Mango leaves

People start decorating their houses with flowers and Vandanvars of Mango leaves. Rangoli patterns are also created at the main gate and the Pooja place. People also do lighting all around their houses with earthen lamps as well as electric lights. Goddess Kali is one of the incarnations of Goddess Durga. She has the fierce face and terrifying looks. She wears Sari of deer skin, a garland of skulls. She has a severed head in one hand and her sword on the contrary. Her one feet are resting on the chest of Lord Shiva. She took this incarnation for devastating the evil. According to Hindu mythology, there were two demons Shumbha and Nishumbha. They had got very powerful. They conquered earth and heaven “The Kingdom of Indra.” They throw him out of the sky. Then Indra and other Devtas worshiped Goddess Durga to help them and give them back their Heaven. They also asked her for rescuing all of them and human being from the cruelty and tortures of Demons.

The Goddess went for war with demons:

The Goddess went for war with demons.

The Goddess went for war with demons.

The Goddess went for war with demons. At this time mother, Durga got Furious, and Goddess Kali took birth from hearing For head. During the war Goddess, Kali was killing the demons army by being omnipresent. For every demon, there was a Goddess Kali in the battle field. She was taking off their heads and sipping their blood and making the garland of their heads. The demons got terrified as they haven’t seen such a horrifying scenes so far in their lives.

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There was an army chief Raktbija of demons army:

There was an army chief Raktbija of demons army

There was an army chief Raktbija of demons army

There was an army chief Raktbija of demons army. When goddess attacked him with her sword, he turned into as many clones of him as many drops of blood fall on the ground. At a time the whole army was looking for his clones, the Goddess Kali enlarged and spread her tongue and cut off the head of Raktbij and drank all the blood of him and didn’t let even a single drop to fall on the ground.

 




Goddess also killed Shumbha and Nishumbaha:

Goddess also killed Shumbha and Nishumbaha

Goddess also killed Shumbha and Nishumbaha

At last, Goddess also killed Shumbha and Nishumbaha. Even after killing the demon kings she continued her blood shedding spree. Then Lord Shiva came into her way and fell himself into her feet when she stumbled over him; her tongue came out of his mouth out of shy. The reason behind his shyness was that she happened to stumbled over the chest of his husband. This is the image of Goddess Kali which has been worshiped. This day is celebrated every year on the new moon day (Amavasya) of Kartik month of Hindu calendar. This pooja is performed at mid night as mothers color is black it is believed that she got pleased when worshiped at Amavasya and this day said to be the darkest Amavasya of the year.

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