Dussehra 2017: Know some Unknown Facts of Dussehra!

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The famous festival of ‘Dussehra’ is celebrated all across the country with full enthusiasm.

This festival is often referred to celebrate the victory of good over evil. This festival is celebrated differently in different parts of the country.

It is celebrated as Garbha-Dandiya, Ramlila, and Durga Pooja in various parts of the country.

So today we have brought you the unknown facts of this auspicious and popular festival of Hindu.

The word ‘Dussehra’ is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Dasha-Hara’ which means “The Sun Will Not Rise” which signifies that sun will not rise unless Ram kills Ravan.

It is also known as ‘Navarathri’, which means nine nights.

The last day of this festive which is generally called as Vijayadashami signifies the victory on the tenth day.

You would be amazing to this fact that, besides India, this festival is also celebrated in Bangladesh and Nepal.

This festival also signifies the changing weather of the season where the hot summer ends and cool and pleasant winter season comes knocking your door.

This festival signifies the power of the both God- Lord Rama and Goddess Durga, as it was the Goddess Durga who told Lord Rama the secret of killing Ravan.

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