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Dear Friends,
Our 6th Sarbojonin Durga Puja has just ended amidst cheer and festivity. It has been a truly fabulous five days when the marquee came alive with song and laughter, beautiful attires and the aroma of delicious food - all made possible due to the reassuring presence and participation from you all! This is what makes it a truly Sarbojonin event.

We would like to thank everyone who came with their friends and family and joined in our celebrations despite the routine weekdays. We are touched and humbled by this show of support and as always will count on it for all our endeavours! We had >5,000 footfall and in spite of our best efforts, we may have failed to live up to expectations of some; so apologies if that is the case.

Team RBBA would like to hear your views and feedback on this year's Durga Puja. We request you to kindly spare a few minutes in filling up the survey by clicking on the link below.

RBBA Organising Commitee

About Durga Puja

Durga Puja / Dussherra captures the true spirit and culture of Bengal. We as devotees, welcome Mother Durga and her children during her visit, amidst joy and a sense of togetherness. This is a time to renew friendship, make new ones and share goodness across the whole of the community.

Light transforms darkness; good conquers evil, envy and hatred. Hope overcomes despair amidst the sound of conch shells and drums (dhak). Delicious food (Prasad), music and dance add to the spirit of goodwill and friendship.