Preparation for Durga Puja of 2012,the biggest socio religious festival of the Bengalis
With less than a month left for Durga Puja of 2012,the biggest socio religious festival of the Bengalis, idol makers of Kumartuli are working round the clock to create the beautiful images of the goddess that would adorn the marquees and amaze the pandal hoppers. IBNS lensman Avishek Mitra captures the making of the idol in their various stages in north Kolkatas idol makers colony Kumartuli.
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