Creative Tributes To Goddess Durga

Since, Durga Puja has begun,  here are 8 tasteful and creative ways our makers allow you to bring home the Goddess.

During Durga Puja, God in the form of the Divine Mother is worshiped in Her various identities. These are Durga, Lakshmi, and Saraswati. Though the Goddess is one, She is represented and worshiped in three different manifestations.

On the first three nights of the festival, Durga is worshiped, on the following three, Lakshmi, and then Saraswati Devi on the last three nights. The tenth day of this celebration is called Vijayadasami. Vijaya means ‘victory’. It is believed that the mastery over one’s own mind can come only when these three forms of the Divine Mother – Durga, Lakshmi, and Saraswati – are worshiped. In essence, this is the significance of Durga Puja.

Since, Durga Puja has begun,  here are 8 tasteful ways our makers allow you to bring home the Goddess.


While Durga Puja comes once a year, these magnets can bless you with her good tidings all year around. What’s more, this set by Linchpins has both Goddess Durga and Lord Ganesha. It makes for a potent combination of art for the sacred heart.     


Durga is one of the most striking divinities in the pantheon of Indian gods and goddesses. You can see this quality come alive in an enchanting way in this work of fine art by ARERE Group



A statue, most will say, is lifeless. This one by Golmaalshop is not. It is intricate, lovingly sculpted, and vibrant. In other words, it brings alive the beauty and power of Goddess Durga for your spaces.    



When you put up this vivid work of wall art by Urban Pattang, people will find it take very hard to take their eyes off it. Take a closer look at it and you’ll know exactly what we mean. It’s hypnotic.      


A companion so delectable, it will turn heads everywhere you go with it. Briefly speaking, this is how we’d describe this gorgeous work of jewellery art by Ethnic Magic. Acquaint yourself with it better for more.      


Earlier in this blog, we introduced you to a lovely set of fridge magnets. Here is another one – this time by Eco Corner – that looks at Durga Puja and the beauty of being Indian through different eyes. Get stuck in and get to know it more intimately. 


Give your garden and potted plants a stunning abode and introduce yourself to a breath-taking look at Goddess Durga with these bright and beautiful flower pots in terracotta designed by Mittibazaar.


There are many ways to bless your dwelling with the power of the Goddess Durga and welcome people into your home. This classy and eye-catching Wooden Engraved name plate by Engrave is one of them, Make it a part of your welcomes. 


Avinash Subramaniam

Avinash has been an advertising writer, fiction writer, poetry writer, freelance writer and serial wronger. Other roles he has been in include those of an editor, brand builder, and teacher. His interests include advertising, scrabble, body building, chess, cinema, making money, reading, internet culture, cricket, photography. To hear him air his thoughts, follow him on Twitter @armchairexpert.


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