The Zatra of Shantadurga is typically taken out in the period of December or January. The dates shift as per the Hindu schedule which depends on lunar cycles. The "Zatra" or parade is set apart by brilliant celebrations and joyful making. Sri Shantadurga is thought to be a peace adoring Goddess and this parade is taken out to respect her. As indicated by legends, Sri Shanta Durga was the Goddess who sensibly settled a noteworthy debate between Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva.
In Goa, there are essentially three Hindu sanctuaries that love Sri Shantadurga. These sanctuaries are situated at Pernem, Kavlem and Footrope. These three spots praise this celebration with much pizzazz and energy. The Zatra pulls in scores of aficionados consistently in the period of December.
The parade of the Shantadurga is extremely wonderful to take a gander at. The whole day individuals enjoy fun and sing and move to start the beginning of the parade. During the evening, flawlessly enlivened chariots bearing the symbol of the Goddess take rounds of the close-by zones and spread altruism and cheer all around.