By Shyamsundar Datta, Tripura State: Kojagari Lakshmi Pujor, the goddess of wealth and prosperity, is on her way before the end of the autumn festival. The tide is flowing in one festival after another in the atmosphere of mercy, but evil is good. The Goddess Lakshmi Pujo is knocking on the door before the end of Durga Puja Dashmi. Lakshmi Puja will be held on October 30 and next Friday. Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth and prosperity, is worshiped in every Bengali household. However, only time will tell how many unemployed people will be able to worship the Goddess of Wealth this year due to Covid-19 pandemic situation . However, the last brush stroke is going on in Mrit Para. However, the sellers said that the idol was not made much this year due to an overdose called Karuna. Artists who used to make 400 to 500 Lakshmi idols in other years have made 200 to 300 Lakshmi idols this year. The raw material and price of idol making has increased more than other years. But all in all, this year’s Lakshmi idol is a source of concern for the potters of Mrit Para. The idols they have made can earn as much as the market. Moreover, it is clear from their words that the price of the idol will be a little higher this time than other years.