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Happy Dussehra 2020, Happy Vijayadashami 2020, why we celebrate Dussehra, why is vijayadashami celebrated

Happy Dussehra, Happy Vijayadashami

The festival of victory of good over evil is Vijayadashami or Dussehra. On this day Lord Rama killed Ravana. This festival is celebrated on the tenth day of the Shukla Paksha of Ashwin month.

This year Dussehra will be celebrated on 25 October (Sunday). On this occasion, people greet their friends and loved ones.

Happy Dussehra and Happy Vijay Dashami is the festival of the victory of Goddess over evil. On this day, Maa Durga killed Mahishasura, on the same day Lord Rama killed Ravana.

According to Hindu Panchang, Dashmi Tithi of Shukla Paksha of Ashwin month is celebrated exactly 20 days before Diwali.


This year, due to the corona epidemic, people will not be able to get out of the house and go to Ravan’s mind but can stay at home and message their friends and loved ones.

If you also want to celebrate the victory of religion in unrighteousness with others, then send this special message to your close friends and good wishes.

Dussehra is the festival of victory of truth over untruth. On this day, the message is given by killing the effigy of Ravana, that no matter how big the evil is, it cannot last long in front of the good.

In Hinduism, the festival of Dussehra is considered one of the three most auspicious dates of the year. From this day people start new auspicious work. The word Dussehra derives from the words ‘ten’ and ‘Ahan’.


It is also considered an agricultural festival. The significance of this festival is also because this festival takes place only after Navratri and according to Hindu belief, at this time Goddess killed Mahishasura.

In some places, this festival is known as Vijayadashami. People celebrate this day as the victory of good over evil and send greetings of Dussehra to family, friends, and loved ones.

From Dussehra, people begin their preparations for the Diwali festival. This post explains why Dussehra is celebrated.


Apart from this, Vijayadashami wishes, Dussehra Shayari, Shubh Dussehra, Happy Dussehra, Dussehra Messages, Dussehra wishes have also been given, read it and share it with your loved ones on Facebook and WhatsApp on the auspicious occasion of Dussehra.

Why is Dussehra celebrated? Why is Vijayadashami Celebrated?

In Hinduism, Dussehra symbolizes the victory of good over evil, which is celebrated every year as Vijayadashami.



This festival is considered a symbol of truth, valor, and valor in Indian culture. Lord Rama challenged Ravana to battle to protect the honor and dignity of women.

This festival is a festival celebrated on Ashwin Shukla Dashami. The main reason for celebrating it is believed that Lord Rama killed Ravana on this day.

With this Goddess, Durga conquered Mahishasura after nine nights and ten days of the war. That is why this Dashami is known as ‘Vijayadashami’.


Happy Vijayadashami – Happy Dussehra

From the first day of Sharadiya Navratri, Ramlila is organized in many places for ten days and on the tenth day, a huge effigy of Ravana is made and lit.

This day is celebrated as the victory of Lord Rama or the worship of Shakti, a festival in both forms of Shakti Puja, Shastra Puja, Joy, Happiness, and Vijay.

Along with this, people wish each other Dussehra wishes. Here are some of the best wishes of Happy Dussehra, by sending them you can wish people Happy Vijayadashmi-


-Jot Se Jot Jagate Chalo, Prem Ki Ganga Bahate Chalo, Raah Me Jo Aaye Deen Dukhi, Sabko Gale Lagate Chalo, Din Aayega Sabka Sunahra, Meri Aur Se Sabko Happy Dussehra!

-Shanti Aman Ke Iss Desh Mein, Ab Burai Ko Mitana Hoga, Aatanki Ravan Ka Dahan Karne, Aaaj Fir Ram Ko Aana Hoga

Happy Vijayadashami, Burai Ka Nash Ho, Sab Ka Vikas Ho! Burai Ka Hota Hai Nash, Dusshara Lata Hai Umeed Ki Aas, Ravan Ki Tarah Aapke Dukho ka Ho Nash, Happy Vijayadashami.

Ho Aapki Zindagi Mein Khushiyon Ka Mela, Kabhi Na Aaye Koi Jhamela, Sada Sukhi Rahe Aapka Basera, Mubarak Ho Aapko Happy Dusshehra


Dussehra is one of the popular festivals in India. This festival of the victory of good over evil is celebrated with great pomp across India.

According to mythology, the day Lord Rama killed Ravana, the day is celebrated as Dussehra.

Usually on this day, in every city and village, big Ravan is killed by Lord Ram, this time due to Coronavirus infection, this festival will also be celebrated with simplicity.


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