In the evenings, an elaborate aarti is performed. After the aarti, men and women perform Dhunuchi Naach before the Goddess Durga. Shakti In the mythology of Hinduism, energy or active power of a god, personified in his wife and elevated itself to the level of divinity. In the West, the spiritual current of Sakta, which attaches particular importance to Ś is said śakti. Although the term is often extended to particular schools of thought within Buddhism and Vishnuism it designates properly a particular branch of śhivaism.
The feminine principle corresponds to the śaktismo dynamic and creative energy of the divine, in intimate union with the static principle of it, generates and maintains the material nature of reality Prakriti. This concept is symbolically represented by the union between the god Shiva and his consort, identified from time to time with Uma, Parvati, Durgā, Kali etc. The śakti is widespread in Bengal, Assam, Orissa and southern India, where the strong matriarchal structure was the natural support of the popular cult of Devī or Mahadevi ie the great mother goddess which owes its śakti roots.
Shaktism A term which in the West is designated the current Indian spiritual it attaches particular importance to the shakti, ie the energy or active power of a god. This aspect is personified in his wife and elevated to the rank of divinity. The feminine principle corresponds to the energy and creative dynamic of the divine, in intimate union with the masculine principle static, generates and maintains the material reality. This concept is symbolically represented by the union between the god Shiva and his consort identified with Uma, Parvati, Durga, Kali etc. Overcoming traditional prohibitions and rituals imbued with eroticism have often earned him the s. accusations of licentiousness.