The NCR will once again host a magnificent Durga Puja celebration.

Durga Puja committees have opted for muted celebrations for the past two years due to COVID rules . Pujo hopes to bring the pre-COVID flavour back to the pandals this year .

People are now ready to celebrate the festival with a bang after Durga Puja committees opted for muted celebrations for the past two years due to COVID rules.According to pandal samiti members from across the NCR, Pujo hopes to bring the pre-COVID flavour back to the pandals this year.Though the number of visitors is not set, pandals will continue to implement other COVID protection products, such as hand sanitizers and mandatory masks.We hope to revive the old flavours of the festival.

Though our budget is relatively small as compared to previous years, we intend to revive the festival's feel.People of all ages are eager, and pandal samiti meetings are a representation of their zeal.Subir Dutta, Joint Secretary of the Chittaranjan Park Kali Mandir Society, says, We're trying to make this year's puja coincide with 2019 pujo vibes.The aim is to bring back the nuances of pre-pandemic puja.

The pandal will look like a traditional house of Kolkata, according to Saurav Chakraborty, the secretary of the Durga Puja committee at Chittaranjan Parks Cooperative Ground.We are particularly focusing on details such as louvre windows and colonial-era iron locks and chains for doors.Excited to be celebrating as in old times.During the pandemic, the majority of the pandals performed a symbolic puja, but this time it will be big.

We are excited to be celebrating like the old days, however, with no restrictions.After two years of low-key celebrations, the pandal is set to welcome thousands of people this time, according to Jaya Dey, a spokesperson from Durga Pujo Samiti in Noida.Themed pandals will return this year.Devotionals and visitors alike are raving over these magnificent pandals.

We have a political connection to our celebrations, this year being the Sundarbans' tiger attack, according to Abhijit Bose.In Delhi, folk dancers and musicians will perform as part of the festival.Though Durgas pratima will not contain any references to the theme, the temple complex will have one depicting the event.This year's pandal in Noida will feature lessons from the pandemic, according to Jaya Dey.

According to Malay Nandi, the general secretary of Bangiya Parishad, Gurgaon, the scheme for the coming year is to go back in a big but responsible way.Our pandal will celebrate 75 years of India's independence.Our pandal will feature portraits of lesser-known freedom fighters.According to him, our Durga idol, which is made of biodegradable materials, will be painted in the tricolour hues.

Women compete for the best dish prize at anand mela by bringing home-cooked savouries and sweet delicacies to the event.The pandals will now serve the bhog and prasad that were provided to devotees' homes during the pandemic.According to Abhijit Bose, chairman of Arambagh Durga Pujo Samiti, the bhog will be prepared by Kolkata cooks and will be served every day from shashti, according to Shivika Manchanda, the head of the society.