Durga Puja 2023 Dates

C R Park B Block Durga Puja Samity Delhi

C R Park B Block Durga Puja Samity Delhi Location

B- Block Puja Ground
B – 190
Chittaranjan Park New Delhi – 110019

Best Durga Puja in Delhi C R Park B Block Durga Pujo

CR Park Durga Puja Photo

C R Park B Block Durga Puja Samity Delhi 2016

Metro Facilities – The nearest metro station is in Nehru Place which is 1 km away from B Block Puja ground.

Bus Services – Bussses are also available from all corners of Delhi . Convenient bus stops are C R Park, Pumposh Enclave and Nehru Place.

Private Car – Easy availability of parking space on the outer road of C.R Park, near the B-Block puja ground.

Chittaranjan Park Durga Puja Samity (Regd.) established in the year 1976 by a group of residents charged with firm commitment, religious faith and traditional grandeur. Today our Puja has become one of the largest Durga Puja in Delhi and lacs of people come around to see the replica of the temples / religious institutions prepared at fever pitch.

Puja Committee is always at the helm of super creativity and adds a feather to their cap with innovative ideas. Several multinationals and Indian companies are vying with each to sponsor activities. The local people are also coming forward with huge donations to join in the elite group.

A socio-cultural non-profit making body and one of our primary objectives is to organise Durga Puja every year. Each year, we house Goddess Durga inside a replica of one of the famous places of worship. In 1993, Dakshineshwar Temple’s replica was built and co-incided with the centenary celebration of Swami Vivekananda’s immortal 1893 Chicago speech. The imposing 80 feet structure attracted the attention of television and print media.

In 1994, they built a replica of Belur Math (Sri Ramakrishna Temple) which was 80 feet in height. On one side of this magnificent structure was the 30 feet high Sri Ma Saradamani Devi Memorial Temple. On the other side was a replica of Swami Vivekananda Temple, 40 feet high. The three temples were a humble tribute to three of the greatest social reformers of modern India.

In 1995, the main structure, a replica of the proposed Ram Mandir, with dimensions of 150feet X 100feet X 90feet housed Goddess Durga in all her splendor.

In keeping with the Dussehra spirit, we also made huge models of Bhagwan Ram, his brother, Laxman and his foremost disciple, Hanuman, each 30 feet high.

In 1996, the main structure was a replica of the Durga Temple atop the Parvati Hill in Pune, Maharastra. The temple was built in 1750 by Peshwa Balaji Baji Rao as a thanksgiving gesture to Ma Durga soon after his mother, Kashi Bai was miraculously cured of a chronic leg ailment.

In 1997, a replica of the Somnath Temple in Gujarat was constructed to educate the masses on the rich religious and cultural heritage of India.

In 1998, we made a replica of Sri Lakshmi Narayan Temple situated in Jaipur – a fitting tribute to the sculptural and architectural heritage of Rajasthan. Located at the

base of Moti-Doongri Hills, this is surely one of the finest temples in contemporary times. We also made models of Bhagwan Ram, Goddess Sita and Lord Hanuman.

All along, the central theme has been Ma Durga. In 1999, we constructed a very special pandal to allow the devotees to get a full view of Mother and her cosmic family consisting of Lakshmi, Saraswati, Karitik and Ganesh from any part of the ground.

In 2000, they depicted the nine different forms of our beloved Mother. This is possibly the first time that such an attempt was made.

In 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 2008, 2009, 2010 & 2011, the cosmic family of the Mother was housed in all its splendour.

Focused attention remains on the Goddess of Shakti. Our Mother must look resplendent at all times. We are proposing to base the idols and the backdrops for the current year’s puja on a theme which takes us back to the time when the rajas and the landlords used to organize Durga Puja. We are aiming to create an ambience of those times.

This year, they are celebrating the joyous event from Sunday, the 20th day of October, 2012 to Wednesday, the 24th day of October, 2012. This year’s Durga Puja is being dedicated to Swami Vivekananda on the occasion of his 150th birthday celebrations. The occasion will be both informative and entertaining. Wide media coverage, both national & international, is expected. Hundreds of thousands of people, besides VIPs and social and spiritual leaders shall be participating in the celebrations as in the past.

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