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Dussehra Wishes: Dussehra will be celebrated across the country tomorrow, send these greetings to relatives, friends

Dussehra Wishes: Tomorrow on October 5, Dussehra festival will be celebrated with great pomp. Vijay Dashami and Dussehra are considered to be of great importance in Hinduism. This festival is celebrated as a symbol of the victory of good over evil. On this day fairs are held at different places. Ravana is burnt. If you want to send greetings to your friends, near and dear ones on Dussehra, then you can send a greeting message to them in this special way.

Happy Dussehra! Let light triumph over darkness.

Evil form of Ravana be annihilated
May Shri Ram reside in everyone’s mind.
Wishing you a very Happy Dussehra!

May the victory of truth over falsehood,
Religion always prevails over unrighteousness
Happy Dussehra!

May justice triumph over injustice,
May the darkness of evil be removed from the light of good
Happy Vijay Dashami

destruction of evil
Dussehra brings hope of happiness
May the troubles and sorrows be destroyed
Happy Dussehra!

May Lord Rama bless you with victory over your enemies.
May all the troubles be removed from your life.
Happy Dussehra

Why celebrate Vijayadashami

In Hinduism, the tradition of celebrating Vijayadashami or Dussehra as a symbol of the victory of good over evil has been going on for years. According to the belief, on this day Shri Ram killed the tyrant Ravana. Since then people celebrate Vijayadashami every year on the tenth day of Shukla Paksham of Ashwin month. The effigies of Ravana, Kumbhakarna and Meghnath are burnt on this day.

Know the meaning of ten heads of Ravana

Vijayadashami falls on the next day of Durga Navami. This festival marks the victory of Shri Ram over King Ravana of Lanka. The ten heads of Ravana represent ten types of evils. These ten heads of Ravana represent lust, attachment, ego, jealousy, greed, fear, inertia, hatred, pride, anger. The word Dussehra is derived from the Sanskrit words Dasha and Hara. Dasha means ten, which represents Ravana and Hara means to be defeated. Lord Rama had uprooted the pride of Ravana and defeated him in the war. Also on this day Maa Durga also killed the demon Mahishasura.

Different style of celebrating Dussehra in different states

The festival of Dussehra is celebrated in a unique way in different states of the country. Lord Raghunath is worshiped on Dussehra in Kullu, while the vermilion game of Kolkata city is very famous. In this, married women offer vermilion, sweets to Durga ji and also apply vermilion to each other. In the Dussehra of Mysore, a procession, a jambu ride and a grand tableau are taken out. In Gujarat, Garba is played after the worship of Goddess Durga on the day of Dussehra. Along with taking out tableaux in North India, Delhi, events of Ramayana are staged, Ravana combustion in Ramlila, grand fair is organized.

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