Photo: Durga Puja pandals built on the theme of ‘Khela Hobe’ in South Kolkata
West Bengal Assembly Elections (West Bengal Assembly Election) and after the election there was ‘a lot of fanfare’. Now even during Durga Puja ‘Khela Hobe’ (Khela Hobe) is visible. Whether it is the election season or the festive season, now ‘Khela Hobe’ is being heard or seen everywhere. Bengal pandals (Durga Puja PandalA glimpse of politics is also being seen in it. In Bengal, pandals have been designed on the theme of ‘Khela Hobe’, which people are flocking to see. Now is the time of Navratri and the crowd of devotees has started pouring in the Durga pandals of Bengal. Puja pandals have been built on a variety of themes and range from Burj Khalifa to NRC and farmers’ movement. At the same time, a puja pandal has been built in South Kolkata on the theme of Khela Hobe.
A Durga Puja pandal at Daras, L, South Kolkata has been designed on the theme of ‘Khela Hobe’. Artist Soumen Ghosh, who designed the theme ‘Khela Hobe’, says that the slogan ‘Khela Hobe’ is famous all over India. We have chosen this theme to inspire children and youth to play outdoor games instead of mobile games.
The slogan of ‘khela hobe’ was loudly resonated in the assembly elections
West Bengal: A Durga puja pandal in South Kolkata has been designed on the theme of ‘Khela Hobe’
“Khela Hobe slogan is famous all over India. We chose this theme to motivate children & the youth to play outdoor games instead of mobile games,” says artist Soumen Ghosh pic.twitter.com/5yIyOlxSCT
– ANI (@ANI) October 10, 2021
Let us inform that in the assembly elections held in April-May this year, the slogan ‘Khela Hobe’ was used. TMC had defeated BJP in the elections. TMC chief and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had announced last month that August 16 would be celebrated as ‘Khela Hobe Day’. TMC is trying to establish its foothold at the national level, has made big plans to celebrate the day in other parts of the country, including Tripura where assembly elections are due in 2023.
Crowd is gathering in Durga Puja pandals, CM wishes
“Your arrival is awakened by the wire of Akashveena.”
The sound of the arrival melody has brought a happy tide to the lives of our Bengalis. Mangalshankh of harmony has sounded in the courtyard of the festival. Today, on the auspicious occasion of Mahapanchami, I convey my sincere love and best wishes to all.
— Mamata Banerjee (@MamataOfficial) October 10, 2021
Here, the West Bengal government on Saturday advised people to avoid crowded places, saying that the COVID epidemic is not over yet. People have started visiting Durga Puja pandals in large numbers even before the start of the festival in the state, raising concerns about the spread of the infection. The state health department has urged people to take precautionary measures and celebrate the festival at home in the wake of coronavirus infection. In the last few days, a large number of people were seen going to big pandals in and around Kolkata, although the actual worship will start from Monday. Meanwhile, CM Mamta Banerjee has given her best wishes by tweeting.
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