Dussehra Festival Images:- Hey Friends In this post we have added Dussehra wallpapers for your desktop, mobile, Facebook, Instagram & whatsapp etc. Download them instantly and Share with Your Loved & Close Friends. We all are aware of this important Hindu festival, though now a days it is celebrated by all with full vigour and happiness. “Dussehra” is derived from Sanskrit word Dasha-hara which is a form of Dashanan ravan and which depicts Ravana’s defeat in Ramayana. Dusshera is celebrated in a variety of ways in Nepal, Sri Lanka, India, Bangladesh and parts of Pakistan. The day marks the victory of Goddess Durga over the demon Mahishasura. The goddess fought with evil for ten days and nine nights. “Vijayadashami” is derived from the Sanskrit vijaya-dashami (victory on the dashami: the tenth day of the Hindu month), which is termed as Dussehra in English. So Dussehra is celebrated on the tenth day of darker fortnight the month of Ashwin according to the Hindu calendar, corresponding to September or October of the Gregorian calendar. The first nine days are celebrated as Navratri (Devnagari: meaning “nine nights”), culminating on the tenth day as Dussehra, the day when the effigies of Ravana and other demons are burnt to mark the victory of good Over the evils. We,Indians eagerly wait for these 9 days to celebrate this festival with full devotion, fun and flavour. Dussehra is the best time of the year when we just let ourselves get totally infused into devotion, Music, dance, food and fun. This year Dussehra falls on 11th October 2016 and already we can see that all our senses have suddenly become extra alive,extra energetic and we are grooving with happiness and ecstasy as we join India in the countdown to Dussehra. In this post we have added Dussehra wallpaper, greetings and wishes etc.
Dussehra Festival Images
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