Durga Puja of Hatkhola Dutta Bari Puja started in the year 1716. The ‘Chalchitra’ is divided into three parts.
On the upper right side of the ‘Chalchitra’ is the painted image of Radha Krishna while at the bottom is the image of Chandi of ‘Nishumbha’ war.
On the upper left side of the ‘Chalchitra’ is the picture of Ram and Sita while at its bottom is Chandi in her ‘Shumbho’ form.
At the top middle of the ‘Chalchitra’, is the image of Kali and at the bottom is the painted image of 10 avtars of Vishnu.
Towards the idol of Laxmi on the ‘Chalchitra’ is the image of Shiva on an ox while towards the idol of Saraswati is Ram and Hanuman.
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