Dussehra 2021, Vijayadashami 2021 Date: The Dussehra Festival symbolizes true victory with lies. The festival of Dussehra is considered special in Hinduism. According to Panchang, the Dussehra festival namely Vijay Dashami is celebrated on the tenth day of Shukla Paksha of the month of Ashwin. The Dussehra festival encourages one to renounce degradation and adopt the best qualities. That is why this festival is considered a symbol of the victory of good over evil.
The story of Vijay Dashami
Taking over Dussehra’s festival, Vijay Dashami, it is believed that on this day Maryada Purushottam Lord Rama killed the proud Lankapati Ravana. Lord Vishnu was born as Rama to end Ravana’s tyranny and pride. Lord Shri Ram killed Ravana and liberated the world from Ravana’s troubles. The festival of Dussehra is celebrated only in the joy of conquering Ravana. At the same time, according to one legend, on this day Maa Durga also killed Mahishasura.
When is Dussehra?
According to Panchang, this year the Dussehra festival will be celebrated on 15 October 2021. On this day the Moon will remain in Capricorn and Shravan Nakshatra. The festival of Dussehra comes 20 days before Diwali.
Dussehra Puja Muhurta
According to Panchang, on this day which is October 15, 2021, there will be Vijay Muhurta from 02:02 pm to 02:48 pm.
- Dashami Day begins – October 14, 2021, at 06.52 pm
- Dashami Day ends – October 15, 2021, at 06.02 pm
- Shravan Nakshatra starts – October 14, 2021, at 09:36 am
- Shravan Nakshatra ends – October 15, 2021, at 09:16 am
What is the story of the Dussehra festival, why is it celebrated?
There are many stories after the day of Dussehra, in which the most popular story is that King Rama won the war, that is, to destroy the evil of Ravana and to end his pride.
Ramah was the prince of the town of Ayodhya, his wife’s name was Sita and he had a younger brother, whose name was Lakshmana. King Dasaratha was the father of Ramah. Thanks to his wife, Kaikeyi, the three had to leave the city of Ayodhya for fourteen years in exile. During the same exile, Ravana kidnapped Sita.
Ravana was the great king of Chaturveda, who had a golden Lanka, but he was very proud. He was a very devoted man to Shiva and called himself the enemy of King Vishnu. In fact, Ravana’s father Visharva was a Brahmin and his mother was of a demonic tribe, so Ravana had the same knowledge of Brahmin and demon power and these two things were proud of Ravana. To end King Lord Vishnu took the Ramavatar.
Rama fought Ravana to reclaim his Sita, while the monkey army and Hanuman Ji supported Rama. In this battle, Ravana’s younger brother Vishishi also supported Lord Rama, and eventually, King Rama killed Ravana and shattered his pride.
Vijayadashami is celebrated annually in the form of this victory. If you want to read the story of Mahabharata and Ramayana.
Stories related to the Dussehra festival –
- Rama’s victory over Ravana
- Durga Mata won after killing the demon Mahisasur
- Exile of the Pandavas
- The goddess Sati was in the fire.
How is Dusshera celebrated today?
In modern times, Dussehra is celebrated by regarding these legends as mediums. After the end of the nine days of Martha, the tenth day is celebrated as a festival. Where Ram Leela was organized in many places, where the artists became Ramayana characters and introduced this Ram-Ravana war in the form of a play.
In many places, there is mud on this day, with many shops and food and drink events being organized. Dramas are performed at the same events.
On this day people clean their cars at home and worship them. Merchants serve their accounts. Farmers serve their animals and plants. Engineers serve their tools and equipment.
On this day all the men and children of the house went to the land of Dussehra. When Ravana burns images of Kumbhakaran and Ravana’s son Meghnath. Celebrate this famous victory with all the people in the city. enjoy. After that Shami brings a book called gold and silver to his house. After entering the house, the women of the house welcome them by placing a tilak on the door, removing the aarti. It is believed that a person returned home after burning his badness, so he was welcomed. After this, the person takes the blessings by giving Shami a letter and touching the feet of the elders. In this way, everyone in the house goes to the neighbors and relatives to give Shami books and to take blessings from the elders, to give love to the little ones, and to share the joy of hugging equals.
If it is said in one line, then the ceremony is designed to strengthen both relationships and increase brotherhood, where people come together for the festival by removing the mixture of hatred and hatred that pervades their minds.
In this way, the festival is considered one of the largest festivals in India and is celebrated with great enthusiasm.
There is only one feeling based on religious beliefs in our country, which is the feeling of love and beauty. This festival reminds us of the power of unity, which we forget because of the limited time available, in which case it keeps us tied to our foundation.
Changing the form of Dussehra
In today’s time, festivals are taking a modern form by going away from their reality, which has reduced their importance somewhere. As-
It was a custom to visit each other’s house on Dussehra, now these customs have taken the form of mobile calls and internet messages.
Shami did not go empty-handed, so Shami used to carry letters, but now instead he has started carrying sweets and gifts, due to which it has become a festival of competition with wasteful expenditure.
The legend behind the burning of Ravana was remembered so that everyone should get a message that ego destroys, but now various types of firecrackers are burst, due to which the wasteful expenditure has increased. At the same time, the problem of pollution is increasing and the accidents are also increasing.
Thus due to modernization, the form of festivals is changing. And somewhere the common citizens are getting away from them considering them as a form of religious ostentation. Humans have spoiled their form. According to the Puranas, the form of all these festivals was very simple. There was no pretense in him but faith in God. Today they are getting so far from their foundation that bitterness is being filled in the mind of man. Humans have started seeing them as a waste of time and money.
All of us should understand this reality and celebrate festivals simply. Festivals also have a special contribution in keeping the economic system of the country smooth, so we should celebrate all festivals.
Poetry and Shayari on Dussehra
The form of evil is now corruption, in the form of Ravana, there is an atrocity of leaders, who will become Ram in this Lanka of the country, here it is now just adulterated behavior.