Dussehra: How do we celebrate Dussehra?
Dussehra: How do we celebrate Dussehra?

When Lord Rama killed King Ravana of Lanka in Tretayug, new energy was transmitted in the whole creation. Everyone was pleased with the slaying of a demon-like Ravana. Later, this day was celebrated as Vijayadashami or Dussehra. This is the major festival of Indian culture. This festival is seen as a victory of truth over injustice.

How do you celebrate Dussehra?

Dussehra also has its place in some of the major festivals of Hinduism. Dussehra is celebrated with great fanfare across the country. On this day, the practice of burning effigies of Ravana is very high. Large effigies of Ravana are burnt from place to place, street-street, street-street, city-by-city, and in this way the symbol of evil or injustice is told. On the day of Dussehra or Vijayadashami, much more is done with Ravana combustion.

There is also a law to worship Lord Shri Ram on the day of Dussehra or Vijayadashami. This festival is entirely related to Shri Rama and Ravana. People also decorate homes on this day. The doors and windows of the house are decorated with flowers. Along with this, arms worship and vehicle worship are also done loudly on this day. On this day people take out the weapons kept in the house and off them well and then they are worshiped well. Whereas the same is done with vehicles. On the day of Dussehra, vehicles are worshiped and flowers garlands are offered on them along with applying tilak on the vehicles. Only after these process, effigies of Ravana are burnt in the evening of Dussehra. In this way, this festival ends with sanctity.

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