Dussehra is known to be one of the greatest festivals in India. Dussehra teaches us the victory of good over evil. It is primarily a festival celebrated by Hindus in India. The dates of this festival is different every year. It falls particularly in the month of September and October depending on the Hindu calendar. Twenty days after Dussehra, Diwali is celebrated when lord Rama returns to his home after defeating Ravana.
Dussehra marks the victory of lord Rama over Demon king Ravana. Lord Rama Worshiped Devi Durga before going to Kiss Ravana & from then Durga Puja is Celebrated by the World. Dussehra is celebrated for ten straight days and on the tenth day lord Rama kills Ravana. To celebrate this day, people organize stage shows known as Ramleela showing the tale of the holy book Ramayana(the story of lord Rama and his journey). On the tenth day, they show the final fight between lord Rama and Ravana. A huge fair is organized to celebrate the end of evil and victory of good.
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Huge effigies of Ravana, Kumbhakarna (brother of Ravana) and Meghnad (son of Ravana) is created and stuffed with lots of crackers. Actor who are playing the part of lord Rama, destroys the effigies with an arrow and the whole sky fills with light and a moment of hope, happiness and love is felt among the people.
It is said that when lord Rama defeated Ravana, he (Ravana) felt the moment of epiphany and realized that good always wins over evil no matter how strong the evil is.
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