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Full proper Durga Puja 2020 postponed to next year, mini Durga Puja 2020 over Zoom meeting starting today! please join!
Sorry, but Goddess Ma Durga is Out of Office for Durga Puja 2020, because she is busy fighting the Demon called Coronavirus, in the same way she destroy Mahishasura. Perhaps even Coronavirus is Mahishasura reincarnated in the form a virus?
At Utsav club we have arranged that all can still participate in the festivities from the safety of your home
please find Zoom details below
Puja will be between 12pm to 4 pm.
Anjali will take place roughly 2 to 2:30 pm everyday
Please find the puja timings
Saptumi ( Friday 23rd October 12pm – 4 pm)
Ashtumi ( Saturday 24th October 12pm -4 pm)
Nabumi /Doshumi ( Sunday 25th October 12pm -4pm)
Join Zoom Meeting ( by clicking the link directly)
By entering the below details in the zoom App
Meeting ID: 374 475 8940
Please help Goddess Ma Durga defeat today’s Demon by using distancing, hand sanitiser, hand washes, masks, deep cleaning and the other measures that have been published by the medical people
Our Mahabarata book states that protecting human life from being destroyed by Demons is an important God and Goddess function, therefore please accept Utsav club’s sincerest apologies in delaying full Durga Puja to next year
Durga Puja – Undoubtedly the biggest religious festival for Hindu Bengalis all over the world. Goddess Durga, the embodiment of the combined power of the Gods, who destroys all evil is also the darling daughter who arrives with her four children to her parent’s house in an annual trip, to be loved, welcomed and worshipped by Bengalis across the world.
This year in 2020 we are open to suggestions so that we can help to make our Durga Puja a more environmentally friendly Durga Puja.
More volunteers welcome! Please Contact Us if interested.
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Welcome to Utsav
Celebrating Bengali Culture in London
Welcome to our new website. The little fledgling club of 2010 has truly, we hope lived up to its name UTSAV, by celebrating the cultural and religious events that make up the rich fabric of our Bengali heritage.
This new website seeks to give you glimpses, images and snippets from these celebrations as well as information about upcoming events. Above all, it comes with a warm invitation to participate in our events and in our efforts to fondly recreate for ourselves and our children, things big and small from our home countries that we so dearly miss in our life overseas. Whether you have newly arrived from India or Bangladesh or have lived abroad for many years, we welcome you all to the UTSAV family.