Bristol Durga Puja
4th -6th October 2019
Bristol Hindu Temple, 163 Church Rd, Bristol BS5 9LA, UK
Welcome To Bristol Durga Puja
After the immense success of Bristol Durga Puja in its first two years, after inception in 2017, we are very pleased to announce that with Maa Durga’s blessings and your support we are stepping into the third consecutive year of Bristol Durga Puja, in United Kingdom. This is a non-profitable event.
Durga Puja, which is also known as Navaratri and Dussehra in other parts of India, is one of the main Hindu festivals. The worship is dedicated to Durga Ma (deity) who is the Goddess of divine power against all evils. Durga Puja is the time of reunion, rejuvenation and celebration of tradition, culture and joy where we open heartedly welcome everyone to join us in this celebration across all three days, at the GANDHI HALL of the Bristol Hindu Temple.
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Achievement and Recognition
Its a very proud moment for ‘Bristol Durga Puja Team’ to be shortlisted as one among top three, from a thousands of nominations for Bristol Diversity Awards (Faith/Religion category).
Message from Lord Mayor of Bristol
“As First Citizen it is my privilege to welcome all faiths and communities attending Durga Puja today.
I wish I could be at the event to show my support for the Bristol Durga Puja. Due to diary commitments I regret I unable to attend.
Durga Puja is a significant date in the Bengali Calender and I would like to thank everyone involved in its planning and delivery and recognise the value celebrating the Durga Puja provides with bringing people together to celebrate diversity in Bristol.“
The Right Hon, The Lord Mayor of Bristol, Councillor Jos Clark