Wish you all of you happy Dussehra
Wish you all of you happy Dussehra from umeed social and economic development It symbolizes the victory of good over evil. The festival marks the victory of Lord Rama over the ten headed demon Ravan, who abducted Lord Ram’s wife Sita. Dussehra is celebrated on the tenth day of the Hindu month of Ashvin which usually corresponds to September or October in the popular Gregorian calendar.
The term ‘Dussehra’ is more common in North Indian States, while Vijayadashami has its significance in West Bengal. According to Hindu Mythology, Ravana was a demon king of Sri Lanka, who desired Lord Rama’s wife. Ravana kidnapped Sita and took her to his kingdom Lanka where he held her hostage. Lord Rama travelled to Lanka with his brother Lakshman and Lord Hanuman, he killed Ravana on the tenth day of the battle, The first 9 days are celebrated as Navratri and the tenth day when Ravana is killed Dussehra is celebrated. Hence, the killing of Ravana signifies the triumph of good over evil.
Dussehra or Vijayadashami or even Bijoya (as Bengalis call it) is one of the most popular festivals in India. People celebrate this occasion by playing dandiya, garba during these nine days of festival. Also, Ram Leela is organised in societies where the play depicts all history and story of Lord Rama and how he demolished the most powerful King Ravana. Hence to justify, good always wins over evil and signifies that man should overcome fear and negative thinking to move towards postive outlook.