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Bengal is a culturally rich region, known for its diverse and vibrant festivals. These festivals are an expression of the region’s rich heritage and diverse traditions. Some of the most notable festivals in Bengal include Durga Puja, Holi, Diwali, Poush Mela, and Rash Mela. Durga Puja is celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm during the Hindu month of Ashwin. It is a celebration of the victory of good over evil and is marked by the creation of stunningly magnificent idols of the goddess Durga. Another important festival in Bengal is the Holi, which is celebrated with great fanfare and is known for its playful and joyful atmosphere. The festival of lights, Diwali, is also celebrated with great fervor in Bengal, and is a time for families to come together and light diyas, or oil lamps, to symbolize the triumph of light over darkness. The region also has its unique festivals such as the Poush Mela and the Rash Mela, which showcase the rich cultural heritage of Bengal. These festivals bring people together and foster a sense of unity and community. They are a celebration of the diverse traditions and cultural heritage of Bengal, and a testament to the region’s vibrant and rich cultural legacy.

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