The five day festival of Durga Puja and the nine day festival fo Navratri, comes to an end on Dussehra (Vijayadashmi).
On this day devotees of Goddess Durga bid farewell to her as they immerse goddess Durga idols in nearby pond, lake or sea.
This is known as Durga Visarjan (Durga Bisorjon) or Durga Nimmanjan.
In West Bengal, specially in Kolkata, Durga Puja is celebrated on a grand scale. In Kolkata the celebrations of Durga Visarjan is somewhat similar to celebrations of Ganesh Visarjan in Mumbai.
Millions of devotees of Goddess Durga gather on streets to bid farewell to Goddess Durga and take part in Durga Visarjan Procession.
If you are in Kolkata or any other part of West Bengal, then you can witness the event LIVE on streets of the city, but if you are living in any other city of India or in any other country then you can see the Durga Visarjan event LIVE on Television or Internet.
In 2017, Durga Visarjan will take place on Saturday, September 30, 2017.
I am sure you all devotees of Goddess Durga would be searching for Durga Visarjan 2017 LIVE TV Telecast, Durga Visarjan 2017 Live Streaming, etc.
Durga Visarjan 2017 Live TV Telecast :
Live TV Telecast of Durga Visarjan 2017 from BabuGhat, Ganga Ghat and other immersion points in and around Kolkata will be available on religious TV channels like Aastha, Sanskar TV, Bhakti TV, Sadhna, Soham TV, etc.
Apart from that, Live Telecast of Durga Visarjan 2017 will also be available on major news channels of India like Aaj Tak, ABP Star News, NDTV, Zee News, TV9, CNN-IBN, etc from BabuGhat, Ganga Ghat and other immersion points across Kolkata.
You can also tune into Bengali TV Channels like channels like DD Bangla, Zee Bangla, ABP Ananda, 24 Ghanta, ETV NEWS Bangla, Kolkata TV, Tara Newz, CTVN News, Express News Bengal, Srijan TV, etc. for LIVE telecast of Durga Visarjan 2017 from Kolkata and other parts of West Bengal.
Live Streaming of Durga Visarjan 2017 :
Live Streaming of Durga Bisorjan 2017 will be available on websites of religions TV channels and major news channels across India.