Download Free Mahalaya Agamoni Vedio and Audio Clips

Mahalaya is one kind of Chanting. It is an invitation Durga (the goddess of supreme power) on earth. It means come down Durga Maa on earth to prevent evils and establish peace for the good people. It is also known as Pitru paksha (Ancestor worship). Hindus are offering food to their ancestor (Pitrs). This year it has started on September 27 – October 12.

It starts seven days before the Durga Puja. Mahalaya is a non-moon day means Amavyasa month of Ashwin. After 6 days Durgotshob begins. It is a type request to the mother goddess to come down on earth – “Jago Tumi Jago“. This is done through Chanting means songs. The year Mahalaya will held on 12 Octber2015.

Durga Puja

In morning, chanting of mantras stat, Indian Bangla radio arrange all kind of program. Nowadays TV channels also involved with this event. The program is known as Mahisasura Mardini or The Annihilation of the Demon.”

Birendra Krishna Bhadra is a key behind this. His magical voice of recitation the holy verses of Chandi was excellent. He had passed long before but his recorded tone of voice still famous to all Bengali people.
The main concept of Mahalaya to decent the Devi in this earth by prayer and save the good people from bad people.

The famous chant of Mahalaya is ::
“Ya devi sarbabhuteshshu, sakti rupena sanksthita Namasteshwai Namasteshwai Namasteshwai namo namaha.”

Durga Puja

Durga Puja starts on Panchami. Main calibration days are Panchami to Doshomi. Durga Puja is a religious festival mainly for Bengali Hindus.

In morning, chanting of mantras stat, Indian Bangla radio arrange all kind of program. Nowadays TV channels also involved with this event. The program known as Mahisasura Mardini or The Annihilation of the Demon.”

Download Free Agamoni Audio video MP3 Clips songs of Chandipath of Mahalaya

 Mahalaya Agomoni Video from YouTube

Composition: Bani Kumar
Recitation: Birendrakrishna Bhadra
Music Director: Pankaj Kumar Mullick

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