Durga Puja Odisha (Orissa) - Worship to the goddess of intensity is commended by the whole Hindu organization when all is said in done and Bengalis specifically as Durga puja. The celebration happens in the period of Aswin or Kartik i.e. September and October as indicated by the English logbook. An exasperated merry soul immerses each one as the ten outfitted picture of the delightful yet wild goddess is raised in the puja pandal. Durga Puja is a special time for women who look forward to this auspicious occasion to buy clothes for themselves and their family. They express their joy by partaking in the Sindoor Utsav where the married ladies smear the parting of the goddess's hair with vermilion and again smear each other's hair parting with vermilions. The earth symbol of the goddess is enriched with perfect enlivening pieces, minor lights and excellent blooms. The goddess sitting on a lion is indicated slaughtering the 'Wild ox Demon'- Mahishasura joined by her two children, Lord Ganesha and Kartikeya, and two girls Goddess Laxmi and Saraswati presents an extremely ground-breaking picture standing consistent with its equivalent word 'Goddess of Power.' The arti service that happens early every morning and night is a great undertaking where the gestures of recognition of the goddess are sung depicting her moxie and valor. The sweet scent of incense adds to the appeal.