Happy Dussehra

Today is Dussehra. Ravan, Kumbhkran, and Meghnad are burnt on this day and no one burns the real Ravan. Wrong-doing Ravan should be burnt.

Which symbolizes that one can burn one’s vices like anger, lust, identity, pride, greed, jealousy, injustice, cruelty, and arrogance.

The main message it conveys is the victory of good over evil and the success of truth over lies.

Take out the weapons and keep a clean cloth on a post. After this clean the weapon with utmost care and sanctify it with Gangajal. After this, worship the weapon with rituals with roli, sandalwood, akshat, flowers, incense, lamp etc.

Ramayana (Rama is Himself and Ayan means journey) is the story of Rama or the journey of our ‘Self’ realization. Rama represents the pure soul and Sita represents the individual self.

First of all Shri Ramchandraji started this Shardiya Navratri Puja on the beach and after that, on the tenth day, he left for the Lanka victory and won.

On the day of Dussehra where Maa Durga killed Mahishasura. At the same time, Shri Ram killed Ravana.

The name of Tulsi Ramayana is Ramcharit Manas and it was composed by Goswami Tulsidas in the Awadhi dialect at the end of the sixteenth century. Whereas Valmiki Ramayana was written in Sanskrit some three thousand years ago.

Ramlila is also important in the Dussehra festival. The life story of Rama, Sita, and Lakshmana is described in Ramlila.

Where there is dharma (the performance of one’s duties), there is victory and The gentleman and mighty Rama is the embodiment of Dharma.

This festival teaches us that we should become sons and kings like Rama and brothers like Bharata and servants like Hanuman. This festival also symbolizes the victory of truth over untruth, virtue over sin, religion over unrighteousness, and good over evil.

  happy dussehra Friends.


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