This Year Spend Durga Puja Holidays in Andaman & Nicobar Islands

The Indian territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands is visited by thousands of tourists now-a-days. This entire archipelago contains smaller and larger islands which can be visited any time of a year, though there are some restrictions in travelling to some particular islands. However, different people like different time of the year to visit these beautiful piece of lands, which seems to be floating on the deep blue ocean water.

Many people love to visit Andaman and Nicobar Islands on autumn; of course a vital purpose behind this is the Durga Puja holidays, along with the superb pleasant weather in this time. This festival is one of the most celebrated festivals in India. Durga Puja is a Hindu custom, where Goddess Durga is worshipped in the month of Ashwin according to Hindu calendar, i. e. in the month of September or October. But the celebration of Durga Puja is beyond any communal rituals, because people of all races and castes take part in the enjoyment of this festival.


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As it is one of the least populated parts of India, there aren’t many clubs to make arrangement for Durga Puja in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Usually the Bengalese’ associations or clubs are prime organisers. Even if you visit here after Dushera, the festive mode still seems to be on among the people, just like the rest of India celebrates it. But of course it would be best to voyage towards Andaman before the puja days, so that you can experience something unseen.



The holidays during this season of autumn is not only enjoyed here because this one festival. Like the mainland India observes a lot of programmes and festivals from various beliefs, a lot of other festivals in Andaman are celebrated too along with Durga Puja, in grand and pompous way like Muharram, Dhanteras, Diwali, Kali Puja etc.

Do not hesitate to travel to Andaman on Durga Puja holidays. This is the post-monsoon season and the islands of Andaman look amazing this time. Sunny but pleasant weather, festive mode in the air, people crystal clear water to enjoy water-sports, wide laid beaches of whitish sand, various sea-food and other delicacies –everything seems so exciting that you are going to keep them in your memory forever.

Durga Puja

See also: Where to stay on your Andaman tour?

If you already decided to plan a tour in Andaman during Durga Puja, look no further than the website of Seabury Holidays to pick up the best Andaman tour package according to your preferred locations. We are a team with expertise in organising any type of package tours for this archipelago region of India.

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