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Mahalaya is observed a week prior to Durga Puja celebrations and this year it falls on Saturday September 28 according to the Hindu calendar. With Mahalaya begins the countdown of Durga Puja. Mahalaya began at am on Saturday and will continue till am on Sunday. The day marks the end of Pitru Paksha and the beginning of Devi Paksha with people remembering the departed souls by offering 'tarpan. Mahalaya also plays host to a cultural event of some significance with the All India Radio program 'Mahishasura Mardini'. It is a beautiful recitation of the scriptural verses of the 'Chandi Kavya' along with various devotional songs.

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Mahalaya is observed a week prior to Durga Puja celebrations and this year it falls on Saturday September 28 according to the Hindu calendar. With Mahalaya begins the countdown of Durga Puja. Mahalaya began at am on Saturday and will continue till am on Sunday. The day marks the end of Pitru Paksha and the beginning of Devi Paksha with people remembering the departed souls by offering 'tarpan.

Mahalaya also plays host to a cultural event of some significance with the All India Radio program 'Mahishasura Mardini'. It is a beautiful recitation of the scriptural verses of the 'Chandi Kavya' along with various devotional songs. People get up in the pre-dawn hours to listen to the tune of the Mahishasura Mardini broadcast. A one and half-hour audio montage of Chandipath along with Bengali devotional songs, classical music and acoustics, the programme is aired every year at day-break on Mahalaya.

The programme, which started off as a live-performance, has been broadcast in its pre-recorded format since but has never seen its popularity waning. On Mahalaya, Bengalis wake up at 4am in dawn and tune into Birendra krishna Bhadra's timeless voice reciting the holy verses of 'Mahisasura Mardini', which narrates the story of the descent of Goddess Durga on earth.

The Chandipath that Birendra Krishna Bhadra has immortalised in his voice narrates that Durga, the primeval source of power — Goddess Chandika, the eternal. Sans birth or physical form, she assumes a majestic manifestation only to restore the process of Creation from the terrible Asuras or evil incarnates and restore Dharma to the world.

The Chandipath goes on to recount how, when Mahisasura, the terrible king of the Asuras defeated the gods and drove them out of heaven, they went to Brahma to seek help, who in turn took them to Vishnu, the God of preservation and Mahadeva, the God of destruction, to report their defeat. The gods then projected their energy from their bodies and evoked a new form of energy. This energy then created the ten-armed-goddess.

The recitation then goes on to recount that the Himalayas gave Her the lion to act as her mount, Vishnu gave her the Chakra, Mahadeva gave her the trident, Yama gave her the Kaal Danda, Kalbhairav or Veerbhadra gave the Khadga, Chandra gave the ashtachandra shield, Surya gave bow and arrows, Vishwakarma a protective armour called as kawach, Brahma gave her the rosary and the Kamandalu container of sacred water , and Kuber gave her ornaments and necklaces.

Thus, properly attired for war, the Goddess and her mount went to war with the Demon king, ultimately defeating and slaying him. Click here to contribute to the cause. Subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow Us On. Share this:. Home Fans Being Missed?

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It is a one and half-hour audio montage of Chandipath chanting from Chandi recitation from the scriptural verses of Sri Sri Chandi or Durga Saptashati , [2] Bengali devotional songs, classical music and a dash of acoustic melodrama. The program has been translated into Hindi set to similar orchestration and is broadcast at the same time for a pan-Indian audience. The programme, which started off as a live-performance, has been broadcast in its pre-recorded format since This program has become synonymous with Mahalaya which is celebrated to usher the Debipaksha lunar fortnight and the Durga Puja. The CD version as of contains 19 tracks. It was on the day of Mahalaya, the beginning of "Devipaksha", that the gods and goddesses woke up to prepare themselves for Durga Puja.

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