Gaya : Durga Puja in Chandershekhar Azad Hall, Marshalling Yard is being celebrated for 100 years, Mata Rani fulfills her wishes by being happy on worshiping
Written By Suresh Prasad Nikhar | Published on Updated: Oct 3, 2022, 15:46 IST
): The history of Durga Puja in Gaya's Chandershekhar Azad Hall, Marshalling Yard is very old. Durga Puja has been celebrated in this hall for 100 years of back.
Let us tell you that this Durga puja was established during the British period, in the year 1921, the local railway workers and the people around this area had laid its foundation. Even today, this tradition is being maintained by this railway family for almost 3 generations.
In the second generation, Satyanarayan Tiwari, Ramashray Singh, and the surrounding family performed the tradition of worshiping by law. From that time till today, Durga Puja has been celebrated with pomp.
The idol is made from local clay which is considered supreme especially for idol making. The artisans try to display their supreme art in making the idol.
The history of Durga Puja of Chandarshekhar Azad Hall, also known as Nach Kothi, has been very important. Worship is being done here since many years before independence, whose tradition continues even today.
Pramod Singh, the secretary of the worship committee, told that the wishes of the devotees who come to the court of Mata Rani are fulfilled with true wishes. How many people's bags would have been filled by Maa Durga. From then till today, Mata Rani is worshiped in a grand manner by making a pandal.
Pramod Singh, Shankar Tiwari, Rakesh Kumar, Kanhai Kumar, MN Pandey, Shreya Sinha, Guddu Yadav, Bharti Yadav and others are engaged in making the puja a success.