MetaPujo: Now You Can Visit Durga Puja Pandals In The Metaverse Too
On Durga Puja 2022, India is going to make history by celebrating the festival on MetaVerse. Now you can visit the Durga Puja pandals by entering into the 3D realm.
This year, the Kolkata Durga Puja Pandals have been creating history for all the optimal motives.
The Durga Puja Pandals will be seen using technology effectively in yet another empowering effort by emphasizing its accessibility using 3D technologies with the new MetaPujo function.
This time of year, modern technology has been effectively utilized in the most culturally determined manner conceivable.
The Durga Puja can access the Metaverse with the new-age function MetaPujo.
For the first time ever, Puja Pandals all around Kolkata are adopting this technological element, which will advance the region’s digitalization to a completely new level.
What Is MetaPujo?
The word “MetaPujo” refers to the Durga Puja’s accession into the Metaverse through 3D and the opening of the Pandals throughout Kolkata to public access.
According to reports, the 3D twins function would enable access to all the significant Pandals. In Kolkata, the pandals Tala Prattay, Deshapriya Park, Ahiritola Sarbojanin, and Ballygunge Cultural are leading this movement.
According to sources, these Pandal organizers would now require visitors to have a virtual darshan of the Pandals using 3D Platforms.
This project will be led by the technological experts Metaform, XP&DLAND, and Spatial on behalf of the Pandals.
Durga Puja Pandal In The MetaVerse
Through a computer-generated program, users can travel to a specific place in the metaverse.
Devotees will be able to visit a realm where they can relax in the convenience of their own homes and make their respective darshan thanks to the platform’s design, which is shaped like a pandal.
While the devotees may be located anywhere in the world, they would be fortunate to use technology to witness the big presentation of the sandals in Kolkata.
Additionally, throughout the Puja celebrations, people are free to move about, take pictures, and engage with their surroundings.
Speaking of breaking ground, an all-female squad of priests, drummers, and entertainers debuted at the Sarbojanin Durga Puja in Kolkata’s new town neighborhood.
This is an effort to raise awareness of women’s empowerment and provide additional possibilities for female professionals to participate in the festivities.