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  • Dassera - The festival of Dassera, also known as Vijayadashmi, is one of the fascinating festivals of India and is celebrated with joy and enthusiasm for ten continuous days. (Added: Sat Dec 15 2001 Hits: 244 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0) Rate It
  • Dassera - Dasara (tenth day) is one of the significant Hindu festivals, celebrated with much joie de vivre in the entire country. The occasion marks the triumph of Lord Rama over the demon king, Ravana, the victory of good over evil. (Added: Sat Dec 15 2001 Hits: 177 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0) Rate It
  • Dassera - The festival lasts ten days, and most communities celebrate it with great fanfare. During the festival, the Ramleela, or the story of Rama, is enacted by professional dance companies and amateur troupes. (Added: Sat Dec 15 2001 Hits: 169 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0) Rate It
  • Dassera Festival - Dussehra, also called Vijayadashmi, is one of the fascinating festivals of India and is celebrated with joy and enthusiasm for ten continuous days. (Added: Sat Dec 15 2001 Hits: 169 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0) Rate It
  • Ten-Day Rituals Of Dassera - Dasara or Vijayadasami, as it is popularly called, is celebrated all over India with pomp and gaiety. It is essentially a festival of victory - victory of good over evil. It means different things to different people. (Added: Sat Dec 15 2001 Hits: 176 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0) Rate It
  • Vijayadashmi - Dushehra, also called Vijayadashmi, is celebrated on the tenth day of the bright fortnight in the month of Ashvina and culminates the nine-day Navaratri celebrations. It commemorates the death of the evil king Ravana along with his son Meghanatha and brother Kumbhakarna, at the hands of Rama. (Added: Sat Dec 15 2001 Hits: 163 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0) Rate It
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