- Avg. Preparation Time : 90 Min
- Puja Performance Duration : 6 Hrs
- Days : 1
- No of Pandits Required : 1
Kali is a Devi of dark and is ruthless and fearsome. Kali is also known as Chamunda Devi, Chandi, and Kalratri etc. kali puja is mainly performed on the New moon day and Kartik Amavashya. The main purpose of this puja is to remove the evils, bad habits and things from within us or from this world. So people performed kali puja to get away the evils. The origin of kali puja began in Bengal. Before 18th century this puja was not in practice. This puja came to light in the 18th century and became more famous in the 19th century. In nineteen’s century, the big landlord and wealthy family of Bengal used to perform it to get rid of evils and lead a happy, peaceful and rich life. After Bengal, it got recognition in Orissa and Assam now it is performed north India and almost in the whole country.