Kharchi Puja is an important pageant celebrated inside the Indian state of Tripura. The vacation is found at the Shukla Paksha Ashtami day in the month of Ashad, which typically means it takes area in July. The competition lasts for seven days and 14 gods are worshipped at the Chaturdasha temple near Old Agartala. The 14 deities are known as the Chaturdasha Devata and are Lord Shiva, Vishnu, Brahma, Durga, Lakshmi, Saraswathi, Kartikeya, Ganesha, Earth, Ganga, Agni, Kama, Himavan and Varuna.
On Kharchi Puja, the gods are taken out from the temple and carried to be washed in holy water from a move then taken back to the temple. Kharchi is derived from ‘khya’ this means that ‘earth’ and the pageant marks the cleaning of Ama Pechi that is the woman cycle of the earth goddess. During the festival, no ploughing, furrowing or tending to the soil is performed to provide it time to cleanse. Despite the weeklong pageant, the public vacation located is most effective on in the future. The festival of Ker Puja takes vicinity in Tripura two weeks after Kharchi Puja.