• What is The Importance of Dussehra?

    What is The Importance of Dussehra?

    October 09 2019

    With October / November months arriving soon, the festivities are on its peak! The hustle and bustle have already begun with all preparations and festive mood surrounding us. Dussehra or Vijayadashami is one such festival which the country celebrates with great zeal and enthusiasm. But to celebrate Dussehra with great pomp and shows, one must know the importance of Dussehra to celebrate the very essence of this festival. Dussehra or Vijayadashami, as it is popularly known has got a very uniq...

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  • When is Dussehra Being Celebrated in India This Year?

    When is Dussehra Being Celebrated in India This Year?

    October 09 2019

    Currently in India, we are having a season of colors, flowers, dances, worships, rituals, customs, and rituals. In other words, India is all drenched in the water of celebrations of varied festivities. Soon is the time of the Dussehra celebration in the country which is a huge affair in a lot of cities in the country. Every region of the nation has its own story behind the celebration of Dussehra and also they all have different beliefs in the same. In some places of the nations, ...

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  • Navratri: The 9 Avatars of Durga & 9 Colours to Wear This Festive Week

    Navratri: The 9 Avatars of Durga & 9 Colours to Wear This Festive Week

    October 04 2019

    India is known as the land that rejoices with sacred and effervescent festivals. Of the many festivals observed on Indian soil, Navratri is one of its most spectacular and angelic celebrations honored primarily by the community of Hindus. The word Navratri is synchrony of two words “ Nava,” meaning nine and “Ratri,” meaning nights, hence when joined, it symbolizes nine-day long festive celebrations. This festival of nine days acknowledges the triumph of good over the evil, resto...

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  • How To Do Dusshera Pooja At Home?

    How To Do Dusshera Pooja At Home?

    September 26 2019

    Dusshera, popularly known by the names of Vijyadashmi, Dashain, Durgotsav is commemorated on the tenth day of Shukla Paksha in the month of Ashwin or Kartik across Indian states by Hindus with immense zeal and veneration. The word Dusshera is composed of two syllabi Dus, meaning ‘ten’ and Hara, meaning ‘defeat,’ thus symbolizing the valiant beheading of the ten-headed Lankan king Ravana by Lord Rama, the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu on Dashmi (the tenth lunar day of the ...

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  • What is Dussehra and Why it is Celebrated?

    What is Dussehra and Why it is Celebrated?

    September 25 2019

    Dussehra Meaning Also Known as Dasha-Hara, Dassera, and Durgotsav, this festival has its own unique meaning. It is a festival that symbolizes the victory of good over evil. The word 'Dussehra' is made up of two Hindi words 'dus' and 'hara', where “dus” means ten and 'hara' is annihilated. Therefore, if these two words are combined, 'Dussehra' stands for the day when the ten evil faces (faced by Ravana) were destroyed by Lord Rama. The festival, which symbolizes the victory of...

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