Essay Writing aboutDUSSEHRA

Jose John February 23, 2016 No Comments
DUSSEHRA Dussehra stands for the aggressive mood of the nation against foreign interference and disturbances in our country. During the fourteen years of his exile Ram utilized the period in befriending the tribal chiefs. With the help of Hanuman, Sugreev and Jamwant he formed an invincible army that-attacked Lanka, the neighbouring kingdom of the evil king Ravan. Besides being a great warrior Ravan was a great scholar having the wisdom and strength of ten men. His ten heads symbolize his scholarship too. But he used all his strength and wisdom in making plans for harassing the small kings of Bharatvarsh. He was a nightmare for the saints and the Rishis. He dared even to kidnap Sita mata. Defeating such a king was beyond the strength of a human being. Ram took the challenge. Let the first day of the ‘Shukla Paksha’ of Ashwin (Kwar) month come – even after thousands of years people in most of the cities, towns and villages collect in the open to have darshan of the great hero in the Ram Lila, an open air performance of the deeds of Lord Ram. Ram, Laxman, Sita and Hanuman adom the thrones, walk among the people and prepare for the final defeat of Ravan on the tenth...
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Short Essay Writing on DUSSEHRA

Jose John June 13, 2015 No Comments
DUSSEHRA India is the land of distinct culture and colourful festivals. Each festival in India has its own meaning and purpose of celebration. The festival of Dussehra has a religious-historical meaning and inherent values. It is celebrated on Danshvi (10th day) of lunar month. According to the great Indian epic, Ramayana, Ravana was a great scholar but a demon. He was the king of Lanka. He was killed on this day by Rama. Bengalis believe that Durga came on the earth this day. The meaning of Durga is victory of good over evil. We celebrate Dussehra so that our evils are destroyed and goodness triumphs. It connotes ten evils, which man should conquer as ‘Duss’ means ten and ‘hara’ means defeat. Dussehra is celebrated in all the part of India with joy and fervor. The effigies of the demon kings, Ravana, Kumbhkarna and meghnath are burnt. The plays of Ramayana are staged and fairs are arranged all over the country. People feast and distribute sweets. The children wear new clothes and get toys and sweet. In some communities on this day, sisters put a tilak on their brother’s forehead. They pray for their welfare. Businessmen worship their account books on this day. Dussehra not only brings joy but also...
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