Indians living in Bukhara celebrated their national holiday

Young people of Indian nationality have been holding their ancient beautiful traditions, national holidays and ceremonies in our country.
On October 26, they celebrated their ancient festival – Maha Navami.

This ritual is also known as Durga Navami.
In states in South India, Maha Navami is also celebrated as Ayudha Puja or Astra Puja.

The origin of the festival lies in the legendary battle between Goddess Durga and demon Mahishasura. It is also a symbol of the battle between good and evil that takes place in the world around us, as well as in the hearts and minds of people everywhere.

It is worth noting that representatives of different nationalities and peoples living in our country are provided with sufficient conditions to celebrate their traditions and rituals, national and state holidays.