Dussehra, also known as Vijayadashmi or Dasara, is an important festivals celebrated in India, falling right after Durga Puja. Elsewhere in the country, huge and towering statues of Ravan (signifying evil) are burnt with firecrackers. This is to showcase the “destruction of evil”. This festival also commemorates the beginning of Diwali, the beautiful festival of lights, celebrated usually after 20 days of Vijayadashmi.
Wishing everyone a Happy Dussehra by sharing some knowledge about the festival. Stay cheerful and enjoy the occasion.
Essay on Dussehra for Students
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दशहरा in Hindi
The festival also adds a massive contribution to the economy of India as well because a huge workforce is involved in the preparations of pandals, statue and idol makers, decorators, etc. Right from the small local shop and stall owners to the pundits and theatre people, etc. all get an opportunity to work for this festival. It’s on us how we bring joy to everyone, including those who might not have enough sources to celebrate the day.