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Trending Durga Puja E-Invites in 2023

Come October, and the festive mood sets in with Durga Pooja, Dandiya Nights, Dussehra, Karva Chauth leading to Diwali and then post Diwali festivities.

We have e-invites for every festival and a special occasion for you to choose from. Customize the invitation design you like and send it to your dear guests via WhatsApp or email. You may also use the RSVP feature to get an estimate of the expected guests at your event. Plan every event in style with VenueLook e-invites, recommended venues and have loads of fun planning a festive evening, a social event, a wedding-related ceremony or a corporate event.

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Durgotsava E-Invite

The spiritual importance of Durga Puja is that it is celebrated to mark the victory of Goddess Durga over the buffalo demon Mahisasura. It is symbolic of the victory of good over evil. During the festival, the goddess is worshipped in various forms like Durga, Lakshmi, and Saraswati. If you are also planning to organize a Durga Pooja so this e-invite is perfect for you to send to all your friends and family members through WhatsApp or email.

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Navaratri Pooja E-Invite

Durga Puja is a celebration of divine feminine power and victory over the evil demon ‘Mahishasura’ who was blessed not to be defeated by any man or God. The collective energy of all Gods created Goddess Durga, who then defeated and killed the demon king Mahishasura after ten days of fighting. It is celebrated usually during September-October, this festival is widely celebrated all over India with different rituals. If you are hosting Durga Puja this year then don’t forget to invite your loved ones create and send this e-invite through WhatsApp or email.

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Durga Ashtami E-Invite

The eighth day of the nine-night Navratri festival is celebrated across India as Durga Ashtami, and it is also a part of the ten-day Durga-Puja festival celebrated primarily in the state of West Bengal. Ashtami simply means the eighth day of the fortnight. It is often also ascribed significance concerning the eight-armed Durga holding weapons to destroy her enemies and bless those who seek her protection. So, if you are planning to host Durga Ashtami Puja at your place then this e-invite is perfect for you to create and send through WhatsApp or email invite your loved ones.

Create your Durga Ashtami E-Invite here >>

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