10 Lines on Durga Puja in English [3 Examples]

By | September 10, 2022

In this session, our focus will be on writing ‘10 Lines’ on one of the most popular festivals of India, especially in Bengal, which is Durga Puja. You will be reading three sets of ‘10 Lines’ on the same topic and the difficulty level will gradually increase for students from different standards.

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10 Lines on Durga Puja for Kids

  1. Durga puja is a Hindu festival celebrating the victory of good over evil. 
  2. Durga puja is the biggest and most important festival in West Bengal. 
  3. During the festival, many beautiful pandals are built in cities, towns and villages. 
  4. Streets are decorated with lights and devotional songs are played. 
  5. Various food stalls are also set up around the pandals. 
  6. Durga puja lasts for ten days. 
  7. During the festival, people worship Goddess Durga and ask for her blessings. 
  8. People also go out to visit various pandals and eat good food. 
  9. Durga puja is also celebrated as Navratri and Dussehra in other parts of India. 
  10. On the tenth day of the festival, the idols of Goddess Durga and her kin are submerged in water. 
10 Lines on Durga Puja Example

10 Lines on Durga Puja for Classes 1,2,3

  1. Durga puja is a Hindu festival which celebrates the victory of Goddess Durga over the demon Mahishasura. 
  2. The festival lasts for ten days during which people worship Goddess Durga, Goddess Lakshmi, Goddess Saraswati, Lord Ganesha and Lord Kartikeya. 
  3. Durga puja is the most important festival for the people of Bengal. 
  4. Before the festival begins, huge pandals are made in every locality to house the idols of Goddess Durga and her kin. 
  5. The pandals and streets are decorated with lights and other colourful decorations. 
  6. Many food stalls are also set up around the pandals for people to enjoy. 
  7. During the festival, people go out with their friends and family to visit different pandals and eat good food. 
  8. Durga puja is also celebrated in other parts of India in the form of Navratri and Dussehra. 
  9. On the tenth day of the festival, people bid farewell to the gods and goddesses and the idols are submerged in water. 
  10. Durga puja is a joyous festival celebrated with great pomp. 

10 Lines on Durga Puja for Classes 4,5,6

  1. Durga puja is a major Hindu festival which celebrates the victory of Goddess Durga over the demon Mahishasura. 
  2. Durga puja is one of the most important festivals celebrated in West Bengal and its neighbouring states. 
  3. Before the festival begins, beautiful pandals are built in every locality and street. 
  4. Pandals and streets are decorated with fancy lights and food stalls are set up everywhere. 
  5. People buy new clothes and accessories for themselves and their loved ones. 
  6. During the festival, people deck themselves in new clothes and worship Goddess Durga and her kin and ask for their blessings. 
  7. People also go out with their friends and family to visit various pandals, eat out and enjoy their time together. 
  8. Durga puja lasts for ten days and on the tenth day, people bid farewell to the Goddess and submerge the idols in water. 
  9. The festival is also celebrated in other parts of India in the form of Navratri, Dussehra, Batukamma Panduga and Dasara. 
  10. Durga puja is the festival of joy and celebration, celebrated with great pomp. 

After going through this session, hopefully, you have a clear idea regarding this topic. If you still have any confusion regarding anything related to this session, kindly keep me posted in the comment section. I will try my level best to resolve your issue.

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