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    Dussehra / Vijaya Dasami is one of the biggest festivals of India. Not only in India Dussehra is celebrated in many places like Srilanka, Bangladesh, Nepal and in various other places. This is the festival of ayudha pooja. All Hindus worship lord Durga on the event of Dussehra. All the Indians believe that this is the powerful festival. Most of the people in India celebrates this festival with great devotion goddess Durga. People in India worship goddess Durga for 10 days with different avataras. Goddess Durga will be decorated in avataras of Sri Maha Lakshmi, Saraswathi, Bala Tripura Sundari and various other avataras. The goddess Durga idols will be placed in most of the temples.

    Nine Forms of Goddess Durga :

    Shailaputri Maa – its meaning is the daughter of the mountains.
    Brahmacharini – Meaning Brhmcharini
    Chandraghanta – meaning Durga Maa glows like the moon.
    Kushmanda – meaning the whole world is in her (Durga) legs.
    Skandamata – meaning the mother of Karthik Swami
    Katyayani – meaning to have birth in Katyayana ashram
    Kaalratri – to destroy the Kaal
    Maha Gauri – its meaning mother of White.
    Siddhidatri – The meaning of all that accomplishment.

    Last edited by RajeshSingh; 10-11-2016, 08:22 AM.

  • #2
    Lets celebrate the victory of the force of good over evil. An auspicious day to begin new thing in life. Happy Dussehra to all.
    Neha Rani
    Success doesn't come to u , U Go To It....


    • #3
      Dussehra the celebration of victory of good over bad, a time when world see the example of power of good . Various traditions associated with the celebration of Dussehra includes:

      It is believed that Lord Rama killed the 10-headed Ravana on this day to free his wife Sita.

      Also celebrated as victory of Goddess Durga over buffalo demon Mahishasura to save the world from his anger.
      It’s better to give than to receive. Especially advice


      • #4
        May this Dussehra, Light up for you. The hopes of Happy times, And dreams for a year full of smiles! Wish you Happy Dussehra.


        • #5
          Wish you Happy Dussehra
          Priya Sharma


          • #6
            India Is wishing everyone a Happy Dussehra, Happy Durga Puja and Happy Viajayadashami!

            Dussehra (Vijayadashami) is celebrated Lord Rama's victory over the demon king Ravana.The day also marks the victory of Goddess Durga over the demons Mahishasur and is celebrated as Durga Puja. The celebrations symbolize the victory of good over evil.

            Happy Viajayadashami to all


            • #7
              Wish you Happy Dussehra to all of you.


              • #8
                May this Dussehra burn all your tensions with Ravan and bring lots of happiness and full fill all your dreams. Wish you a Happy Dussehra.


                • #9
                  Happy Dussehra to all...........


                  • #10
                    Dussehra is widely known as VIJAYADASHMI. This Celebrates the victory of good over evil. All of us try to implement the teachings of Lord Ram in our life.

                    Wish to all of you Happy Dussehra and Durga Puja.


                    • #11
                      Wish all of you a very very Happy Dussehra.


                      • #12
                        Before the golden sun rises let me decorate each of the rays with success & happiness to you & your family.Happy Dussehra .


                        • #13
                          Happy Dussehra to all... Enjoy the day ahead...


                          • #14
                            Happy Dussehra to all of you.......

                            Burn your all bad memories and negative thoughts. ;-) :-) Hope Laurd Rama fulfill your life with lighting and happiness.....


                            • #15
                              I just get to know about an interesting fact which is :

                              There are a few places in India where pooja of the Lankan King as their hero is done Here's a look at 4 such places.

                              1. Ravan Mandir Bisrakh, Delhi NCR
                              2. Ravangram Ravana Temple, Madhya Pradesh
                              3. Dashanan Ravana Temple, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh
                              4. Kakinada Ravana Temple, Andhra Pradesh

                              Ravan was a great priest. He knew all the hindus holy books like vedas by words. But there is a well saying "Vinash Kale Viprit Budhi" which means when some person's end is near then his/her mind will not let him/her decide what is good or bad for him/her.

                              May this festival brings happiness to your life. Happy Vijaydashmi!