Durga Puja 2020: As indicated by the Hindu schedule, this Navratri begins from Ashwin Shukla Paksha in harvest time and goes on for an entire nine days. As per the Gregorian schedule, this celebration falls in the long stretch of September-October consistently. This time Sharadiya Navaratri begins from October 17 to October 25. Vijayadashami will celebrate on 26 October.
Covid 19 or say, due to Coronavirus, the colour of festivals has also faded. So if you too are afraid to visit Durga Puja this time, then you do not have to worry anymore.
Yes, you will be able to see how Durga Puja is being celebrated in the pandal. The handset manufacturer Xiaomi has announced that the company is launching a new online portal Low. Its name is Trinayan.
The purpose of this portal is to get Durga Puja seated to its customers at a difficult time of this epidemic. Under this new first, social distancing will also continue and people will be able to enjoy Durga Puja from home.
Durga Puja Live: Coverage from 10 Big Pooja Pandals of India
Xiaomi India has installed 40 cameras in India’s 10 most famous Durga Puja pandals. It includes Balli Ganj Cultural Association, Mudiali, Teleprote, FD Block, Behala Club, Shapoorji, Genex Behala, Sherwood Estate, Unitech and VIP Enclave.
Durga Puja 2020: How to Watch Durga Puja Online
If you want to see Durga Puja of any of the big 10 puja pandals of the country mentioned above. Then you need to visit onilnedurgapuja.com. But you have to log in. For the information of people, the footage of these pandals will be live from 19 October 2020 to 26 October 2020.
Notwithstanding Durga Puja, Xiaomi has held hands with singer Roopam Islam to launch an uncommon music video on the event. The name of this music video will be Aamar Pujo.