Dussehra Festival 2018
Dussehra Vijaya Dashami more known because of Dasara, Vijaya Dashami. Dussehra means a major Hindu festival celebrated on one end like Navratri every year. It is celebrated on the tenth day during the Hindu calendar month from Ashvin, this seventh month from the ‘Hindu Luni-Solar’ Calendar, which typically happens within the Gregorian periods of September & October.
Dussehra is seen for different reasons and kept differently during various members of this Indian subcontinent. While the eastern and northeastern states of India, Dussehra signals the end like Durga Puja, getting goddess Durga’s triumph over the buffalo beast Mahishasura to further restore dharma. While the northern, southern and western countries, this festival does synonymously call Vijayadasami. In these regions, it marks one end of Ramlila & remembers God Rama’s victory over the demon Ravana, or alternatively, that marks a reverence to one of the aspects about goddess Devi so as Durga or Saraswati.
Dussehra 2018 wishes to keep hold processions at a river or ocean gate that carry sand statues like Saraswati, Lakshmi, Ganesha, Durga. & Kartikeya, accompanied with music and songs, after which these images remain immersed into this water for the end and a goodbye. Hence, on Dasara, the towering image of Ravana symbolizing the darkness are burnt by fireworks marking error destruction. The festival also begins the preparation to one of the most important and internationally celebrated Diwali, this festival of lights, which is celebrated twenty days later that Dussehra.
What Do People Do?
Some people of the Hindu religion celebrate Dussehra 2018 during special praise gatherings and cooking gifts to the gods while at home or in the template in India. People also are outdoor fairs and large displays with images of Ravana. The images are burnt at bonfires in the night. Dussehra is one culmination from the Navaratri festival.
When is Dussehra in 2018?
Dussehra in 2018 is on a Friday, 19th of Oct (10/19/2018).
Dussehra is on the 292nd day of 2018. There are 73 days left in the year.
Dussehra 2018 Wishes
What Is Dussehra All About?
The festival of this victory from Good over evil, Dussehra is more recognized as Vijayadashami. It is kept on Rama’s triumph ended the ten-headed demon king Ravana. Who had seized Rama’s wife Sita. Dussehra, The name of this holiday was derived from the Sanskrit words, how? Dasha means ten & Hara spells defeat. Hence “Dussehra” means the defeat of this 10-headed demon king Ravana. These holidays moto is only about Victory of good over Evil.
Dussehra 2018 is observed on the 10th day from the Ashvina i.e. September, October. The 7 month of the year according to some Hindus calendar. Which is determined on the assumption of the form of the full moon, which is an issue called The bright fortnight?
Dussehra means linked in with the end of the Navratri celebration which is 9 days running. Vijayadashami is dedicated majorly in the north section of India, with a high fervor and display.