Durga Puja, also known as Durgotsava or Sharadotsava, is an annual Hindu festival originating in the Indian subcontinent which reveres and pays homage to the Hindu goddess Durga and is also celebrated because of Durga’s victory over Mahishasur
To help flourish in business by removing obstacles.
Also conducted for peace and benefit of employees.
Done during Navratri time or Fridays.
Main deity: Durga Mata
Goddess Durga Maa has many names and forms. In the form of Maa Adhyashakti, she is revered as the Prime source of life and existence of the world. Maa Durga is worshiped in a different avatar on each day of Navratri. Performing this Puja bestows one with the power to overcome all the problems and obstacles they might face in life.
This Puja is performed by invoking Durga Mata, followed by chanting the mantras of Goddess Durga and then performing the puja to receive her blessings.
The puja is performed in homes and in public, the latter featuring a temporary stage and structural decorations (known as pandals). The festival is also marked by scripture recitations, performance arts, revelry, gift-giving, family visits, feasting, and public processions. Durga puja is an important festival in the Shaktism tradition of Hinduism
You are blessed with prosperity and peace. To stay away from all kinds of negative energy, evil, eyes, black magic, and harmful powers. The power of goddess Maa Durga is performed to obtain spiritual knowledge, peace, and prosperity.
Goddess Durga symbolizes the divine forces (positive energy) known as divine shakti (feminine energy/ power) that is used against the negative forces of evil and wickedness. She protects her devotees from evil powers and safeguards them.