We'd asked you, dear readers to send us photographs of your Durga Puja celebrations.
Here are some interesting pictures from we received from you.
Take a look.
IMAGE: Chayanika Dutta Das shared a picture of the Durga idol installed at her house in Chinsurah, Hooghly in West Bengal.
IMAGE: Inspired from the villages in West Bengal, this pandal captured by Goutam Ukil is made of bamboo and cane. It's located at Sodepur Traffic More, Panihati, Kolkata.
IMAGE: That's a beautiful idol made of bamboo and cane in the back, while the one in front placed on the ground is made from clay.
IMAGE: What brilliant decor! Kolkata resident Ankita Banerjee sent an image of a pandal from the Tridhara Sammilani Puja in Deshapriya Park, Kolkata.
Scroll down to take a closer look at the idol.
IMAGE: The Goddess of power and courage gleams in copper. #Masterpiece!
IMAGE: This picture from Goutam Ukil shows the 'artsy' side of a Durga Puja pandal.
Notice the little human figures painted in white?
IMAGE: Here's another Maa Durga idol sent by Goutam Ukil from Deshapriya Park, Kolkata.
IMAGE: This iconic yellow taxi-themed pandal at Beleghata, Kolkata evokes a sense of nostalgia says Goutam who's been living in the state for 40 years now. #GoodOldDays
IMAGE: Meanwhile, another pandal located in Salt Lake, Kolkata portrayed different elements of social media through its decor. Creative, isn't it?
IMAGE: We wrap up with this photograph of an unfinished Goddess Durga sent by Chayanika Dutta Das from kumortuli (a place where idols are made) in Chinsurah.
Dear Readers, tell us how you are celebrating Durga Puja this year.
Share photographs of your celebrations, pandals and festivities at firstname.lastname@example.org (subject: Durga Puja Celebrations) along with your NAME, AGE and the place where you LIVE.
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