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Dussehra-Festival Time and Date

                                 Dussehra Date


Dussehra 2020 Date -  25th October 2020 , Sunday

Dussehra 2021 Date -  15th October 2021 , Friday

Dussehra 2022 Date -  15th October 2022 , Wednesday

Dussehra 2023 Date -   23th October 2023 , Monday

Information on Dusshera in English


Dussehra an epic Hindu festival which is been also called as Vijayadashami is celebrated in the south of Asia.basically in the north region of India.As per the rituals from old ages it’s been celebrated after the tenth day after Ram navmi.

It’s been also considered triumph of God Rama over the Ravana,who had abducted Rama’s wife Sita.The Ravana has 10 heads which Rama had cutted.The name of Dussehra is named from the Sanskrit word Dasha means ten and hara which means defeat.

Dussehra symbolising the victory of good over evil.Its been celebrated on the 10th day of Ashvina(September-October)months.Peoples take part actively in the characters of Ram Lila which they used to dramatise the gala in their areas.Many people  plays the Role of Rama,Laxmana,Sita,Hanumanta,Ravana and other characters which were there during the ancient times.

At many places the effigy of the Ravana is been burnt with Khumbhakarana and Meghnath been ablaze openly in the grounds.The Khumbhakarana was the brother of Ravana and Meghnath was the son of Ravana.The Dussehra is going to be celebrated on the 8th October of this year.Schools,banks,and other related government departments are closed due to its been declared a national holiday.

Many parts of the India may used to celebrated Dussehra in many different ways some people makes food and some peoples have their ancient rituals in which they used to do different competition.Some Hindu’s have beliefs that if you want to start any type of work then start in these days.Different type of markets are been decorated and peoples go their with their children.

The Dusherra is the culmination of the Ram navmi.

The Dussehra is going to be celebrated on the 8th October of this year
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