Bengali Kali Puja is dedicated to Goddess Kali, and is celebrated on New Moon Day during Diwali. Kali is a goddess which is most often seen as a slayer of the forces of evil. Kali Puja usually falls on the Lakshmi Puja day of Diwali. This year, Kali Pujo falls on November 6. The puja is also popularly known as Shyama Puja, and is mostly celebrated in West Bengal, Odisha, Assam, Tripura, and Bangladesh. Choti Diwali 2018 Greetings: WhatsApp Messages, GIF Images, SMS, Facebook Status to Send Diwali Wishes Online.
In some traditions, animals are sacrificed on this day, and is offered to the goddess. According to Drikpanchang, the Amavasya Tithi starts at 00:57 on November 7, and the tithi ends at 00.01 on November 8, 2018. Kali Puja Nishita Time starts from 23:45 to 00:37+. Kali Puja 2018 Date: Pujo Shubh Muhurat Timings, Significance of Worshiping Maa Kali During Diwali.
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Happy Kali Puja
The WhatsApp Message Reads-Happy Kali Puja.
May Goddess Kali Bless You & Your Family- Happy Kali Puja
The WhatsApp message reads- May Goddess Kali Bless You & Your Family- Happy Kali Puja.
Subho Deepavali r Preeti O Subechha
The WhatsApp message reads- Subho Deepavali r Preeti o Subecha, which means good wishes for the Diwali season.
Subho Kali Puja & Diwali
The WhatsApp Message reads- Subho Kali Puja and Diwali
Wishing You a Very Happy Kali Puja
The WhatsApp message reads- Wishing you a very Happy Kali Puja.
Well, we hope the above greetings are helpful in wishing your fellow friends and family. The ferocious Goddess is a symbol of strength and is seen wearing a garland of skulls, her hair dishevelled, holding the head of a demon on one hand and a sharp weapon on the other. We wish our readers a Very Kali Puja and a colourful Diwali.