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2015-10-23T17:23:16+05:30
Dussehra is an important festival in India. It is largely celebrated by the Hindus. It falls in the month of September-October. It is celebrated twenty days earlier than Diwali. It marks the victory of Lord Rama over the demon king Ravana. Ram symbolizes good and Ravana represents evil.Dussehra is celebrated with great pomp and show. In different parts of the country it is celebrated differently. In West Bengal it is celebrated with the worship of goddess Durga while in the south, it is celebrated as victory of good over evil.Dussehra is celebrated for ten days. Preparations for the festival start many days earlier. A big fair is held. Shops and stalls are erected near the place where the goddess is worshipped. The effigies of Ravana, Kumbhakarana and Meghnad are prepared. Ram Lila is enacted during the nights. Different events of the life of Lord Rama is dramatised in the Ram Lila. There is great hustle and bustle during the Ram Lila. Thousands of men, women and children gather in the Ram Lila ground to enjoy the show.Answer here
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