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Dussehra 2023: A Vibrant Journey of Good Over Evil

India  •  17 Oct, 2023  •  31,070 Views  •  ⭐ 3.4

Written by Shivani Chourasia

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Dussehra, celebrated as Vijayadashami in various regions, stands as a monumental festival among the Hindu community in India. It marks the conclusion of the vibrant nine-day Navratri festival, with its dates shifting each year due to its alignment with the lunar calendar. This time around, the festivities will commence on October 15, 2023, and conclude on October 24, 2023. According to the Hindu Panchang (Calendar), the Vijay Muhurat is slated between 01:58 PM and 02:43 PM.


Unveiling Dussehra 2023: Dates and Significance

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As Dussehra 2023 draws nearer, it's time to delve into the significance and rituals of this colourful celebration, also revered as Vijayadashami. This festival, rich in history and symbolism, stands as a testament to the victory of righteousness over malevolence.

Dussehra marks the finale of Navratri, commemorating the victories of Lord Rama over Ravana, and Goddess Durga over the demon Mahishasura. The customary celebrations include fireworks and the burning of Ravana effigies, symbolizing the defeat of evil forces.



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The Historical Backdrop and Significance of Dussehra

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Dussehra, on the tenth day of Navratri, marks the closure of the nine-day celebration honouring the various forms of Goddess Durga. It's also celebrated as the Day of Victory or Vijayadashami. While some associate it with Goddess Durga's conquest over Mahishasura, others connect it to the epic battle narrated in the Ramayana.

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