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Inauguration ceremony of S B Park Sarbojanin Durgotsav celebrating 53rd Year with it’s theme as “Elem Notun Deshe” came up with a unique attraction of Giant Agarbatti (incense sticks) of 6 feet height which will smould for 72 consecutive hours…..

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Staff Reporter : Kolkata, 19th October, 2023: S B Park Sarbojanin one of the eye catcher puja of the city for its innovative concept and celebration style have chosen the Theme ‘Elem Notun Deshe’ (We have arrived in a new land) came up with a unique attraction of Giant Agarbatti (incense sticks) of 6 feet height which will be smould for 72 consecutive hours. The fragrance emitting from the Giant Agarbatti reached a distance of more than 1 KM.

S B Park Sarbojanin Durgotsav was inaugurated today by: Sri. Dilip Mondal, Minister of State Transport Department, Govt. of WB; Smt. Sampurna Lahiri, Actress & Brand Ambassador for S B Park Sarbojanin Durgotsav 2023 and many other eminent personalities.

Speaking to the media, Mr. Sanjay Majumder, Club President said, “S B Park Sarbojanin takes immense pride to celebrate the 53rd year with its theme – Elem Notun Deshe (We have arrived in a new land). During such a convulsive time as ours, when the world around is getting narrower every second by politics, religion, capitalism and the climate crisis looming large, S B Park attempts to reach out to a solution via artistic imagination. ‘Arrived in a new land’ was the phrase used by Rabindranath Tagore himself in his play “The Tasher Ghor”. In the play, he talked about a life devoid of divisions, distinctions, or differences. Even in S. B. Park, this concept was reflected in the design of the public gathering space. Birds do not need a country, passport, or visa; they can freely fly from one land to another, unburdened by boundaries, just like light and air. Similarly, if you step into Thakurpukur’s Puja mandap, it will seem that there is no division. ” he added inviting everyone to come to the puja with family and friends.

 

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