These days, the Jagrates of Mata and devotees also decorate Mata's chowki. And there are many such things due to which the festival of Dussehra becomes a special significance in itself. Dussehra is also known as Vijayadashami. The festival of Dussehra is made on the tenth day of Ashwin Maha according to the Hindi calendar. Diwali comes after Dussehra. Diwali is a special festival of Hinduism, it is a festival which is celebrated with great pomp all over India. Let us know about the date and significance of Dussehra.
October 15 will be celebrated on Friday.
Auspicious time of victory - 02:01 PM to 02:47 PM
Auspicious time for Aparna Puja – 01:15 PM to 03:33 PM
Dashami Tithi Start Time – 14 October 06:52 PM
Dashami Tithi End Time – 15 October 06:02 PM
Shravan Nakshatra start time – 14 October 09:36 AM
Shravan Nakshatra ending time - 15 October 09:16 AM
• Significance of Dussehra
Every year in our country, the festival of Dussehra is celebrated with great pomp. This festival is celebrated as the victory of good over evil. And it is celebrated in different parts of the country for different reasons. Some people also celebrate it as Bijoy Dashami. And in many places, this festival is also celebrated as the end of Durga Puja. People celebrate this festival as the victory of the demon Mahishasura Shayari Maa Durga. In which the deities were harassed a lot. And together with the idols of Maa Durga, Mata Lakshmi Ji, Mata Saraswati Ji, Lord Ganesha, and Lord Kartikeya, they are given a farewell by immersing them in the reservoir with procession music and chanting of mantras. And married women greet each other and apply vermilion on each other's forehead and people also exchange greetings. And in some states, the festival of Dussehra is celebrated in such a way that this festival is celebrated as the victory of Lord Shri Ram over Ravana and the effigies of Ravana, which is a symbol of evil, along with the effigies of Meghnath and Kumbhakaran.is lit with fireworks. And on this occasion, Pandava Arjuna with his huge number of soldiers defeated all the cruel warriors. And Goddess Aparajita is also worshiped on the day of Dussehra.
Along with this, an important ritual of Shami Puja is also performed on the day of Dussehra. At the same time, it should also be kept in mind that this ritual should be done in the afternoon. And on the day of Dussehra people also worship their breasts. And Dussehra is also considered as the festival of lights because on this day people light up their homes with colorful lights and ghee lamps are lit in the houses.