Happy Dussehra 2016
Dussehra is a popular festival in India which is celebrating every year after nine sacred night of Sharad Navratri. The nine days are called Sharad Navratri, and the 10th day we will celebrate Dasara, which is also known as “Vijayadashami”. What is Dussehra and why people are celebrating this holy festival? Continue reading for Happy Dussehra 2016 wallpapers, messages, whatsapp status etc
Vijayadashami is celebrating on behalf of victory of good or bad. On this auspicious day, Lord Ram killed ten-headed Ravana, and goddess Durga killed buffalo Mahishashur. People from all over India are celebrating this festival very effectively by doing Poojas to Goddesses.
Dussehra is also called a “Dasara”, “Dussera” in various places. In Sanskrit, the meaning of Dussehra is Dasha (means 10 Evils) and Hara means removal or killed i.e. removed ten bad evils. Vijaya Dashami meaning in Sanskrit tells that “Vijaya” (Victory) and Dashami (10th Day) i.e. after fighting nearly 10 days, Durga Matha gained the victory against evil Mahishashura.
Dussehra is a famous festival and auspicious day for the people of India. In West Bengal state, it is one of the popular festivals celebrated in a grand way. Apart from India, many neighboring countries like Nepal, Bangladesh, Japan, Sumatra, etc. is celebrating this holy festival.
When is Dussehra in 2016?
As per Hindu calendar, this year Dasara Navaratri 2016 will be celebrated from October 1st to 11th.
Unknown Facts about Dussehra
- Do you know Dasara is the National Festival of Nepal People? Yes, it is a National festival for people of Nepal and every year they are celebrating in September or October in a grand way.
- In Nepal, the festival is also known as Dashain
- Himachal Pradesh people celebrated this festival as Kullu Dussehra in Kullu Valley.
- Dussehra is not only celebrating in India but also celebrating in many countries with different names.
- People believe that on this day Ravana, Khumbhakarna and Meghanath dead bodies burnt along with firecrackers.
- Dussehra celebrations were started in Mysore in the 17th century
- On this day only great king Ashoka was joined to Buddhism
- On this great day, only Dr. B R Anbedkar turned to Buddhism, and this is unknown fact about the festival.
- Farmers from all over India are celebrating this festival very grandly. Farmers yield the Kharif crop after Dussehra.
- According to the tradition, Ram Setu built by Vanarasena to reach Lanka on this day only. Lord Rama used this path and killed evil king Ravana.
Dasara Messages and Happy Dussehra Greetings
A time for celebration, A time for victory of good over bad,
A time when world see the example of power of good.
Let us continue the same “true” spirit.
Blessing of Dussehra
Celebrate the victory of the forces of good over Evil.
Lets celebrate an auspicious day to begin new things in
samradhiaur shanti bharde.
An auspicious day to start with any good work..
It was today that good won victory..
Over bad May this day clear all..
Hurdels of your life and start..
new era of wellbeing
As the candlelight flame
Ur life may always be happy,
As the mountain high
U move without shy,
As sunshine creates morning glory
fragrance fills years as Flory,
All darkness is far away
As light is on its way.
Wishing U all a very Happy Vijaya Dashami.
May all the tensions in your life burn along with the effigy of Ravna.
May you be successful and happy ever!
Long live the tradition of Hindu culture,
as the generations have passed by,
Hindu culture is getting stronger and stronger
lets keep it up.
Best Wishes for Dashain.
May this Dasara,
light up for you.
The hopes of Happy times,
And dreams for a year full of smiles!
Wish you Happy Dasara.
On this auspicious occasion,
I wish the color, bliss and beauty
Of this festival
Be with you throught the year!
On this special Day, As U Celebrate valor & courage, Triumph of Good over Evil,
Wish you success & Happiness in Everything you Do..
Lets start a great life by conquering our eternal 5 evils
-Kaam, Krodh, Lobh, Moh, Ahankar…
Lets take the oath to give a dimension to our life on this auspicious festival.