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Artists are busy making idols in front of Durgotsab

Md Magem Ali
October 5, 2021 5:04 pm
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  1. Md. Haruna Rashid (Harun) Bera, Pabna Representative :.
    The festival of the followers of traditional religions shows that it is too late for the Durgotsab in the autumn.
    No more. Durga Punja will start only a week later. Nana is going to welcome the festival at home
    Arranging and preparing. Wealthy people are recovering from shopping
    It is noteworthy that the idol artists of Palpara are now working day and night with the last work. According to the Upazila Punja Celebration Committee, this time the puja will be celebrated in 56 puja mandals in Bera Upazila. In a preparatory meeting of the Punja Celebration Committee with law enforcement and upazila administration, Hindu leaders said they hoped to celebrate the festival in Swati this time as the incidence of corona has decreased.
    Bera Upazila Chairman Rezaul Haque Babu spoke as the chief guest at a preparatory meeting chaired by Bera Upazila Nirbahi Officer Mohammad Sabur Ali at the Upazila Hall on Monday noon. Greetings to the Hindus of the upazila
    Women Vice Chairman Sharmin Sultana Iti and leaders of Punja Celebration Committee spoke.
    Mr. Sujit Karmakar, President of the Punja Celebration Committee of Bera Municipal Central Kali Mandir, said that their organization is progressing well.
    Bera Upazila Hindu Buddhist Christian Unity Parishad leader and Upazila Punja Celebration Committee President Shri Vikuram Haldar said Durga Punja is being organized in 56 Punja mandapas in Bera Upazila.
    Meanwhile, the idol artists of Bera Upazila said that they are not able to make a profit by making idols this time as the cost of all the materials for making idols is high.
    Krishna Pal, 65, a veteran idol maker from Penchakola village, said his ancestors had been making idols for generations. With this festival in mind, they have been earning a steady income for years. This time too, some of the expensive idols being made in the upazila are made by his hands. This time the idol that you are selling for thirty thousand rupees, last year you sold that idol for twenty five thousand rupees.
    No. He is blaming the increase in the price of all the materials for making idols.