Embrace The Winter Chill Amidst Saraswati Puja, Says The Alipore Weather Office

As the auspicious occasion of Saraswati Puja approaches on the 14th of February, West Bengal finds itself in a unique juxtaposition where the celebration of love coincides with reverence for the goddess of knowledge. Amidst this cultural fusion, another piece of news adds to the excitement, promising a delightful twist to the weather forecast.

Traditionally, Saraswati Puja in Bengal marks not only the worship of the goddess but also kicks off a week-long celebration of love leading up to Valentine's Day. However, this year, the week of romance comes with an unexpected guest: the return of winter.

From the weather bureau in Alipore, a piece of delightful news emerges: the return of the beloved cold. Forecasts suggest a noticeable drop in temperatures, with the possibility of further cooling until next Saturday.

But does the arrival of Saraswati Puja signal the departure of winter from Bengal? This question lingers in the minds of many residents.

According to early forecasts from the Alipore Weather Office, the chill is here to stay, at least until the conclusion of Saraswati Puja. However, fears of a prolonged winter seem unfounded, with temperatures expected to hover within bearable limits.

In Kolkata, temperatures are predicted to remain around 16 degrees Celsius, offering a comfortable environment for festivities. Meanwhile, in the districts of West Bengal, a similar trend is expected, albeit with slightly lower temperatures.

Rainfall, however, seems to be taking a hiatus across South Bengal, with no immediate chances of precipitation. The mornings may start with a slight haze, but clear skies are anticipated as the day progresses.

In North Bengal, a different tale unfolds, as the weather office forecasts dense cloud cover and rainfall in districts like Jalpaiguri, North Dinajpur, South Dinajpur, and Malda. Similar conditions are anticipated in the eastern and central states of India, including Bihar, Tripura, Assam, Meghalaya, and Mizoram.

As West Bengal braces itself for the convergence of culture and climate, the arrival of Saraswati Puja brings with it a reminder of the region's rich traditions and the resilience of its people in the face of changing seasons.

So, while the goddess is worshipped with fervor, the chilly embrace of winter ensures that the celebrations are accompanied by a cozy ambiance, making this Saraswati Puja a truly memorable affair.

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