Although Digha is a traveller’s town, the people from adjoining villages and towns that have settled here, exhibit the same culture as Midnapur. On the last day of the Poos month according to the Indian calendar, they celebrate Poos Sankranti by worshipping a tribal god called Baraam, flying kites and holding a fair at which handicrafts made of bamboos and household items like knives and spades are traded.\nDuring the Hindu festival of Navratri, idols of goddess Durga and her various avatars are created and placed in makeshift models of famous places for nine days before being sunk in water bodies.
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Nothing like an offbeat holiday destination with an architectural masterpiece, as the Digha Gate, to set off your weekend plans.
Talasari Beach near Digha is calm, unspoiled and a perfect place to relax and rejuvenate.
Discover the unique charm of Digha during monsoons with these tips, and stay safe too.
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