Happy Dussehra and Vijayadashami Wishes in Telugu, Kannada, Sanskrit, Marathi, Hindi
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- 12 October 2021,
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In the year 2021, Dussehra will be celebrated on 15 October 2021. Dussehra also marks the end of the 9-day Navratri festival (In Oct ‘2021, Navratri is of 8 days). It overlaps with another prominent festival – Durga Puja, which is mainly a Bengali festival. All the festivals including Dussehra are widely enjoyed across the country.
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Dusshera is a time for celebration, a time for victory of good over bad, a time to get inspired by the exemplary power of good. Wishing you a happy Dussehra!
Vijaya Dashami ka shubh avsar apke aur apke parivar ke jivan mein sukh, samradhi aur shanti bharde. Happy Dussehra!
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May Lord Ram keep lighting your path of success and help you get victory in every phase of your life.
May this Dussehra fill your life with happy moments, positivity and fulfill all your dreams. Happy Dussehra!
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May Lord Rama always keep showering his blessings upon you. May your life be filled with prosperity and happiness. Happy Dussehra!
May this Dussehra burn all your worries with Ravana and bring you and your family loads of happiness.
Dussehra Facts, Timing
Dussehra is a prominent Hindu festival and it is celebrated on Ashwin Shukla Dashami. Lord Rama killed Ravana on this day. The festival of Dussehra symbolizes the victory of truth over falsehood and evil. Dussehra is also known as Vijaya Dashmi. The word Dussehra is made of two words ‘Dash’ (ten) and ‘ego’.
Ravan Dahan 2021 Timing
- Vijay Muhurta – 14:01 to 14:47
- Aparna Puja Timings – 13:15 to 15:33
- Dashami date starts – 18:52 October 14
- Dashami date ends – 18:02 October 15
- Shravan Nakshatra starts – October 14 at 09:36
- Shravan Nakshatra ends – 09:16 October 15
What is the story of Dussehra?
During the course of Vanvas [residence (vās) in a forest (van)], Sita who is the wife of Lord Rama was kidnapped by Ravana and taken to Lanka. In order to get her back, there was a war between Lord Rama and Ravana. On the first nine days of the war, Lord Rama worshiped Goddess Durga, who is also known as the Goddess of War. On the tenth day, Lord Rama killed the evil Ravana and hence the festival of Dussehra came into being. Because of this story, this day is also known as Vijaya Dashami, which symbolizes the victory of Lord Rama.
In the year 2021, Dussehra will be celebrated on 15 October 2021. In older times, kings used to conduct prayers for their victory and then go for these Rann Yatra. The festival of Dussehra is an inspirational one, which motivates everyone to give up 10 sins – lust, anger, greed, attachment, matsar, ego, laziness, violence, and theft. In addition to this, there is a great interrelation with Navratri, since Dussehra comes only after the end of Navratri (on its 10th day). In addition to this, Dussehra also cites the courageousness of the goddess against Mahishasura. On this day Rama killed Ravana.