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Dusherra 2019 is held on tuesday, 8 October after navratri is celebrated exactly 20 days before Diwali. 

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Dussehra or Vijaydashmi is celebrated across the country on the 10th day of the bright fortnight of the month of Ashwin. 

Dussehra is one of the major Hindu festivals. It is celebrated because Shri Ram killed the devil king Ravana after a 9 day battle with him and freed his wife, Goddess Sita, from Ravana’s custody. 

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On this very day, Goddess Durga, killed the devil Mahishasur, and so, this day is also celebrated as VijayDashmi. 

People pray and seek blessings from Goddess Durga too, on this day. It is believed that God Shri Ram had also prayed to the Goddess Durga for strength. 

It is  believed that only after this prayer to the Goddess ,was Shri Ram able to kill the devil king Ravana on the 10th day and so this victory is celebrated all over India in the form of a festival.

 Different parts of the country celebrate this festival in different ways. While Dussehra of kullu is very famous, Dussehra of states like West Bengal and Tripura is very popular too. Dusherra date and muharat 2019 as follows:

Dusherra is also called as Dussehra, Dasara, Navrathri; dashain is majarhindu festival on the date of September and October. 

It is a weekly holiday in India, which is marked on the 10th day of the bright half (Shukla Paksha) of the month of Ashvin (Ashwayuja), according to the Hindu calendar.

Dusherra 2019 Time and Muhurat

*8 October* 

Vijay Muhurat – 14:04 to 14:50

Aparahna Puja Time – 13:17 to 15:36

Dashami Tithi Begins – 12:37 (7th October)

Dashami Tithi Ends- 14:50 (8th October)

 Dusherra is also called as *Vijaydashmi* ,it is a combination of two words *”vijay*”and *”dashmi*”,which means winner and tenth and celebrating the winner of good person over bad person. We can also  say that “truth always wins and lies always lose”.

 In the coming of the dussehra, we collect money for ravana from the society before one day then we start gathering to collect things in making of ravana like papers, wood, crackers, newspapers etc then we start preparing for making ravan with crackers. 

It takes time to make it but we enjoyed a lot wid friends to make it ravan fired in evening and get started shouting to burn lies in there and we all are happy to see burn ravan.

 The city of Mysore has traditionally been a major centre of Dasara-Vijayadashami celebrations.

In Gujarat, both goddess Durga and god Rama are revered for their victory over evil. Fasting and prayers at temples are common. 

A regional dance called DandiyaRaas that deploys colorfully decorated sticks and Garb that is dancing in traditional dress is a part of the festivities through the night.

The celebration of Dussehra festival in the great epic Mahabharata. With different unique weapons, Pandavas fought with several evil forces. 

These five brothers wild their weaponries and left into one-year exile. After returning from ban, they found their weapons under the Shami Tree under which they had buried them before going off for banned. 

Pandavas worshipped the tree before their battle in which they appear victorious. This legend is also honour at the time of Dussehra Festival.

Celebrations of Dussehra in India

Dussehra is celebrated in a distinct way with great fervour across the nation. The different methods of celebrating this festival in different regions a

Different states have different manner to celebrate vijaydashmi. In Jaipur, every festival is celebrated with such zeal and enthusiasm as nowhere else. 

The whole city shines with colourful lightings and wonderful Dandiya dance is organised for nine long days in different grounds of Jaipur. On the day the tenth day i.e. Dusshera, people burn Ravana in different destinations of Jaipur. 

Following are the top destinations in Jaipur to be in person to live the moment of Dusshera celebration, Adarshnagar in Jaipur has the largest Ravana sculpture that attracts a lot of people even celebrities are invited to be a part of this celebration.

1. DasheraMaidanAdarsh Nagar – This is first  time ever in Jaipur that there will be a laser light show along with ramleela on 50ft Size screen at the celebration ground.

2. Vidhyadhar Nagar Stadium – At the Venue the Ravan himself will preach about the wisdom, truth and will tell about the consequences of his sins. Due to which he lost his life, his wisdom and his value amongst the society.

3. Aarawali Marg Mansarovar

4. Rashtrapatibhavan – Shastri Nagar

5. Pratap Nagar

Beautiful Jaipur wishes you a very Happy Dusshera and as this day signifies the victory of good over bad, we wish the same happens with every one us.

 We visit a place nearby us to see ravandahan with our family.

The day happens to occur on the next day to Maha-Navami which is the last and most important day of Navaratri, usually after the Nine days of Navami, tenth day is celebrated as Dashmi or Dusshera but this year Dusshera and Maha-Navami are co-coincidently on the same day. 

Dusshera is celebrated by burning the evil Ravana followed by the dramatization of Ram-Leela. Many grounds in India are used to Burn giant sculptures of Ravana loaded with crackers inside.

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