Baghajatin Tarun Sangha | Durga Puja 2022: Awake! For your mother earth. Ask some green from Maa Durga dgtl

Baghajatin Tarun Sangha | Durga Puja 2022: Awake! For your mother earth. Ask some green from Maa Durga dgtl
Baghajatin Tarun Sangha | Durga Puja 2022: Awake! For your mother earth. Ask some green from Maa Durga dgtl

‘Arun Prater Tarun Dal, Chalare Chalare Chale!’- In the hope of revolution, in the hope of change, poets have always inspired the youth. Urged to move forward. Those calls are still relevant today. Because change is essential. In thinking… in everyday life. And only the young Turks can bring that change.

Everyone knows how harmful plastic is. But a plastic free world? What’s that like? What is his color? Baghazatin Tarun Sangh’s idea of ​​this year’s puja is ‘Mukt Karo Phoan’. Tathagata Ghosh is the master of thought.

Theme pujas have been in vogue for many years. In that sense, the lost tone can be heard in people’s mouths. That may be true. But the theme has a lot to say. Like a silent revolution.

The use of plastic is taking away the greenness of mother earth. Creation is therefore in crisis. One day people brought plastic to the world by the hand of science to make their life easier. Today that plastic is taking away the green from people’s lives. Pollution is spreading. Everything is burning black.

In the theme of puja, this creation will emerge in light and darkness. There will be green. Baghajatin Tarun Sangh can visit this puja once to see how green the world can be if we stop using plastic.

Actress Anusha Viswanathan is the face of this idea. Artist Nachiketa Chakraborty has written and sung the theme song. Commentary read by Madhumanti Maitra. And all this is possible because of the Kandaris of Baghazatin Tarun Sangh.

This report is a part of ‘Anand Utsav’ feature.

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The article is in Bengali

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