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                                                 Navratri Dussehra 2018 date history Facts



Navratri Dussehra 2018 date history Facts



Dussehra 2018 Date in India?

According to Hindu calendar  this festival is celebrated on the tenth day of the month Ashwin every year
Dussehra 2018 Date: October 19, 2018 (Friday)



Dussehra 2018 Date in India





History of Dussehra 2018

Dussehra 2018 or Vijayadashami or Ayodhava Puja is a major festival of Hindus. Ashwin Shukla Dashami is celebrated with great fanfare. This festival is a worshiper of the heroism of Indian culture, a worshiper of bravery. Due to the bravery of the person and the society, the festival of Dussehra has been kept.

Lord Rama had killed Ravana on this day. It is celebrated as the victory of Truth on the unreal. That is why this decade is known as Vijaya Dashmi. Dussehra is one of the three most auspicious dates of the year; the other two are Chaitra Shukla's and Pratipada of Kartik Shukla. On this day people start new work, arms are worshiped.



 Navratri Dussehra 2018 Date History Facts

Navratri Dussehra 2018 date history Facts





In ancient times, the King used to pray for victory on this day, to depart for the Rann-yatra. The festival of Dussehra gives us the motivation to abandon the ten types of sins - such things as work, anger, greed, attachment, jealousy, egoism, idleness, violence and theft.



Dasrah or Dasera is made up of the words 'Das' (ten) and 'Ahn'. Many speculations have been made about the origin of the Dussehra festival. Some people think that this is a festival of agriculture. There is also the cultural aspect of Dushehra. India is a farming country.

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When a farmer brings a grain of grain to his farm by cultivating a golden crop on his farm, then the place of glee and excitement does not leave us. On the occasion of this happiness, he accepts God's grace and worships him to reveal it. According to some people's opinion, this is indicative of the battle of Ranayat because the rain runs out during Dusshera, floods of rivers stop there, the paddy becomes saved and kept in the paddy.


This festival is also related to Navaratri because it is celebrated only after Navratri and it also mentions the courageous works of Devi in ​​protest of Mahishasura.


Dussehra or Vijaya Dashami is celebrated on the tenth day after Navratri. On this day, Ram had killed Ravana. Ravana kidnapped Lord Sita, wife of Lord Rama, was kidnapped and taken to Lanka. Goddess of Lord Ram was a devotee of Goddess of war, he worshiped Goddess Durga for the first nine days during the war and killed Ravana Ravana on the tenth day. Hence Vijaya Dashmi is a very important day. In the symbol of Ram's victory, this festival is called 'Vijaya Dashmi'.

  
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Large fairs are organized in place to celebrate the Dasara festival. Here people come with their family, friends and enjoy the fair under the open sky. Various types of items, bangles, toys, and clothes are sold at the fair. Along with this, the food is also full of dishes at the fair.



Ramlila is also organized at this time. A large statue of Ravana is burnt and burnt. Dussehra or Vijayadashmi should be celebrated as the victory of Lord Rama or in the form of Durga Puja, it is a festival of Shakti-Pooja, Artha Poojan, Harsha, Galaas and Vijay in both forms. Raval slaughter is performed in place of Ramlila.



 Navratri Dussehra 2018 Date History Facts



On this day there is a worship of arms of the Kshatriyas. The effigies of Ravana, his brother Kumbhakarna and Meghnad are burnt on this day. Artists take on the form of Rama, Sita, and Lakshman and they shoot these idols with fire arrows filled with crackers. When the fireplace starts to fire, it starts to burn and the firecrackers in it start fluttering and it ends. This festival symbolizes the victory of good over evil.



The feast of worship of Shakti is celebrated with the nine consecutive days, nine nakshatras, nine powers and nine devotees from Pratipada from Navratri to Navami, from the eternal eternity. On this occasion, people wish to stay alive after nine days of Navratri worshiping different forms of Jagadamba. Indian culture has always been a supporter of heroism and bravery. The festival of Dussehra is also a festival celebrated as a symbol of strength.








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