Even during FIFA world cup we have seen how Kolkata shows emotional outburst for their respective teams whom they are supporting and admiring. A popular Durga Pujo of Central Kolkata has decided to highlight this love that Bengalees nurture for football . www.durgapujaonline.com shall reveal the suspense eventually. Awarded the honour of staging both the opening and the final match of the FIFA World Cup 2010, Soccer City Stadium in Johannesburg is Africa's biggest football stadium.
The stadium was being reconstructed for the World Cup with a new design based upon traditional African pottery. The shell of the stadium was designed to have the appearance of an African pot. Its not possible for all of us to go to Johannesburg and visit Soccer City but we can easily move to Mohammad Ali Park right. Yes friends all you need to do is just visit Mohammad Ali Park Durga Puja 2012 because the exterior of this year's Pujo Pandal is an exact replica of the Soccer City Stadium in Johannesburg.
Vinod Kumar Sharma , an active member of Mohammad Ali Park Durga Puja 2012 informs the intricate details of the Pandal structure to www.durgapujaonline.com. The Pandal assuming the shape of a stadium shall be a visual treat for the Pandal hoppers. Moreover the beauty shall increase manifold when light beams will converge on the particular point- Mohammad Ali Park Durga Pujo 2012 Pandal structure. Goddess Durga is being sculpted keeping Swamiji's hundred and fiftieth birth anniversary in mind.
The typical Soccer City Stadium feel is accentuated by the use of fountains which have been found to adorn the Stadium ground in Johannesburg. The interior of the Pandal would correspond to the look and feel of an ancient royal palace. This forty four year old Durga Pujo has always addressed issues connecting to the society through their Pujo. Last year they commented on Global warming through their Pandal decor and its execution and this time it is Bangaleer football enthusiasm and Swami Vivekananda.
www.durgapujaonline.com shall bring a detailed view of the interior and exterior of the Durga Pujo Mandap and the Durga Protima who shall shower her blessings on us.