Dussehra is one of the main festivals of Hindus. It has a dynamic history and has great importance and impact on Hindus.
Dusshera is praised for the triumph of Lord Rama over the devil, Ravan who was the ruler of Lanka.
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Dussehra is one of the main festivals of Hindus which has a dynamic history and has great importance and impact on Hindus.
Hindus celebrate Dusshera in the month of Ashwin as per the Hindu calendar and it is praised for the triumph of Lord Rama over the devil, Ravan who was the ruler of Lanka.
It is a ten-day-long celebration, first, nine days are celebrated as Navratri where the goddess Durga is worshipped by people and the last day or 10th day is celebrated as Dusshera.
Dusshera falls in the month of September or October every year and twenty days sooner than Diwali.
People throughout the nation celebrate Dussehra in different ways with great zeal and enthusiasm.
As depicted in the historical epics of Hindus, Ravana had kidnapped Lord Rama’s wife, Sita, while they were in fourteen-year exile.
Lord Rama fought with Demon Ravana on the battlefield for long ten days to rescue his wife Sita and on this propitious day, Rama killed Ravana and rescued his wife Sita.
People greatly enjoy the nine days of Navratri festivities that continue to Dussehra.
The excitement reaches a peak when Rama shoots a burning arrow at Ravana. Immediately the crackers take off and in no time Ravana, Meghnatha and Kumbhakarna go up in flames.
Dusshera generates belief in good deeds and marks a day of happiness, joy, and the end of evilness, It motivates us to fight against demons and marks the victory of good over evil.
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