Dussehra is a most important Hindu festival. It values a lot to the people to Hindu religion. This festival is of great religious and cultural significance. People celebrate this festival with big enthusiasm and beliefs. This festival indicates the victory of goodness over badness mean triumph of truth over evil power. People celebrate this festival by following lots of rituals and pooja ceremony. Religious people and devotees keep fast for the whole day. Some people keep fast to only first and last day (9th day) however some people keep fast for all nine days and worship Goddess Durga to get blessings and power. On the tenth day people celebrate Dussehra in the happiness of victory of Lord Rama over the demon king, Ravana. The festival of Dussehra falls in the month of last September or October every year two weeks before the festival of Diwali.There are different customs and traditions of celebrating Dussehra festival in various regions of the country. Somewhere it is celebrated for whole ten days and priests of the temple recites mantras and stories from the Ramayana in front of the big crowed of the devotees. Somewhere a big fair of Ram Lila is staged for several days or a month.
Dussehra is an important festival of the Hindus. It is celebrated before Diwali. Lord Rama killed the demon king Ravana on this day. Dussehra gives the message that there is always victory of truth over evil. Lord Rama's life is enacted in public grounds. It is called 'Ram Lila'. Many people go to different parks to see 'Ram Lila'. It continues for ten days. On the tenth day, huge effigies of Ravana, Kumbhakaran and Meghnad filled with crackers are erected. Then they are put to fire in a big open ground, Many people gather to see this sight. Children enjoy the fireworks and the fair. We should learn lessons from Lord Rama's life.