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Durga Puja Unisex Oversized T-shirt

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Ah, the go-to classic for the whole trend. A true oversized tee is so wide and square it falls loosely over a pair of skinny jeans. In fact, they key is to contrast what you're wearing down below to show off the size of the top.

Oversized T-Shirts are the new trending style option for Men & Women. Our T-Shirts are made of 250 GSM Super Combed Bio-Washed Fabric with double stitched seam and ribbed neck.

We have benchmark quality T-Shirts, we are sure you will love. The t-shirts are pre-shrunk with a regular fit and offer excellent colorfastness. All melange colors are 90% Cotton and 10% Melange mix.

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About the design:

Durga, (Sanskrit: “the Inaccessible”) in Hinduism, is a principal form of the Goddess, also known as Devi and Shakti.

Navratri or Durga Puja is celebrated for 9 days. On the 10th day, Dussehra is celebrated.

This print comes all the way from Kolkata. It was clicked during Durga Puja 2017 in Bosepukur Sitala Mandir Durgotsab Committee pandal. They are very famous for the gracious Maa Durga idol at their pandals. It was created with PVC pipes.

Durga Puja experience in Kolkata is one of a kind. The sound of intense beats coming from the dhak mixed with the aroma of the dhunuchi lit in every house, park or corner fills the streets of Kolkata. The pandals created by the committees are creatively designed and are theme based. The pandals compete for winning the best pandal of the year.

As per Hindu scriptures, the festival marks the victory of goddess Durga in her battle against the shape-shifting asura, Mahishasura. Thus, the festival epitomizes the victory of good over evil, though it is also in part a harvest festival celebrating the goddess as the motherly power behind all of life and creation. Durga puja coincides with Navratri and Dussehra celebrations observed by other traditions of Hinduism, in which the Ram Lila dance-drama is enacted, celebrating the victory of Rama against Ravana, and effigies of Ravana are burnt.