After the festivals and merriments are finished, post Durga Puja and Dusshera, individuals of Bengal, Assam and Orissa revere Goddess Lakshmi on Kojagori Purnima night, i.e. the full moon night in the period of Aswin Bengali calendar, scarcely 4 days after Durga Puja or Dusshera in the long stretch of October. Kojagori has a critical significance the way things are for who is alert. Or on the other hand Ke Jege Ache in Bengali.
It is trusted that Lakshmi, the goddess of riches, light and thriving visits each family unit on this full moon night and favor them with sheer guarantee of riches, fortune and good fortunes. By chance Kojagori Lakshmi Puja or Kojagori Purnima agrees with Navanna or the collecting celebration or season which starts from this day when the gathered grains are expended in family units. It is additionally a typical conviction that with a specific end goal to manage goddess Lakshmi to the families, occupants lit up diyas, candles, earthen or electric lights on the patios or overhangs particularly to demonstrate the way.