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Dutibahana Osha - ଦୂତୀବାହନ ଓଷା

Dutibahana Osha - ଦୂତୀବାହନ ଓଷା

Dutibahana Osha (Odia: ଦୂତୀବାହନ ଓଷା) is a festival in Odisha celebrated in the month of Ashwina (Odia: ଆଶ୍ୱିନ) according to Odia calendar, which is in the month of September and October as per the Gregorian calendar.

Rituals of Dutibahara Osha
Dutibahana Osha Book for pua jiuntia osha

This festival is also known as Pua Jiuntia which is generally observed by mothers to invoke the grace of Lord “Dutibahan” for the long life and prosperity of their sons.

Dutibahana Osha Puja celebrated in the villages of Odisha

According to the Odia calendar, this festival is observed on the 8th day which means on the Ashtami (Odia: ଅଷ୍ଟମୀ) also known as Mulastami (Odia: ମୂଳାଷ୍ଟମୀ) from Indu Purnima or the Bhagabata Janma

On the day of Mulastami, women do fasts and don't drink water too. During the night they worship the Lord Dutibahana by offering different types of fruits, vegetables, etc. 

Note: The 2nd image is taken from Damodar Pratihari, the next is from lpsita Priyadarshini Rath madam, and the 4th one is taken from Sushree Sangita madam. The last two images are taken by Khusi and we have published all photographs with proper permission. All the photo rights are reserved for the original authors, so before publishing it anywhere, please take permission from them.


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