Dussehra 2021 | Wishes, Quotes and images

Dussehra 2021:

Dussehra 2021 is celebrated on October 15, 2021. Generally, Dussehra is celebrate on the tenth day of Ashvin month, according to the Hindu calendar. This year the tenth day of the Ashvin month is on October 15.

In another way, we can also say that Bathukamma Festival starts on the Amavasya and ten days after the Amavasya Dussehra is celebrate.

Dussehra is also known as Vijayadashami. According to some panchangam websites, the Dashami will start on October 14, 2021, at 6:52 pm, and end at 6:02 pm on October 15, 2021.

The Vijay muhurtham will start at 2:02 pm and continue till 2:48 pm, and the aparahna puja muhurtham will start at 1:16 pm and ends at 3:34 pm.

Why is Dussehra Celebrate?

This Dussehra 2021 festival is celebrate as the victory of Lord Rama over Ravana the Evil. It also celebrates the victory of goddess Durga over the demon Mahishasura.

All the Hindu people celebrate this day as a victory of Good over Evil. In many places, people burn the Ravana photos to symbolise destroying the evil on the day of Dussehra.

On this day, different types of pooja are performed like “Shami puja”, “Aparajita puja” and “Seema avalanghan”. In the same day, Bengalis celebrate Bijoya Dashami is the tenth day of the Durga Puja. On this day, the idols and belongings of Durga matha will be immerse in the river.

Kullu Dussehra:

Kullu Dussehra is the international mega Dussehra festival celebrate in Himachal Pradesh in north India. This Mega Dussehra festival is celebrate in the Dhalpur maidan in the Kullu valley. This festival is celebrate after seven days of Dussehra.

The celebrations begin on the Dussehra and continue for seven days. This year Kullu Dussehra will be celebrate in the Kullu valley from October 15 to October 21. More than four lakh people across the globe visit the Kullu valley to celebrate this iconic festival every year.

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Dussehra Wishes 2021:

Happy Dussehra Wishes for 2021 is given in this article. The wishes are listed below:

  • I wish you a very Happy Dussehra you and your family.
  • On this Dussehra, you may shower with good health and prosperity.
  • I wish all your sorrows and problems may come to an end with this Dussehra.
  • On the occasion of Dussehra, I hope you get a happy and better life ahead.
  • Sending you the best wishes and my blessings on this occasion(Dussehra).
  • May the Lord Rama shower the blessings on you, Happy Dussehra.
  • May this Dussehra brings you good fortune.
  • On this auspicious day, may the goddess Durga takes away all your sorrows and bless you with a healthy and wealthy life.
  • May the Lord always bless you with good health and prosperity.
  • May the Lord shows the light on your path. Happy Dussehra.

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Dussehra Quotes 2021:

Dussehra is a huge festival that is celebrate across the country, India. Here are some famous quotes about this festival.

  • Don’t kill but conquer the Ravana in you.
  • It’s a time for celebration, a time for victory of good over evil. Let us continue the spirit, Happy Dussehra.
  • I wish the beauty, colour and bliss on this auspicious day of Vijayadashami.
  • Burn all your ego, hatred and anger within you, along with the photo of Ravana on this special day, Happy Dussehra.
  • Converting Ravana’s thoughts into ram’s is the Dussehra all about.
  • I hope real and true love is stronger than any other thing in the world.
  • Shooting arrows at multiple heads didn’t solve the problem, Shooting at the origin gave the solution.
  • The only fact that we have learnt from this is good always wins evil.
  • Light can overcome the darkness, but darkness cannot overcome the light.
  • festival teaches us that if we are on the right side, victory will be on our side.

Dussehra Images:

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FAQS:

  1. When is Dussehra 2021?
  • Dussehra is celebrate on October 15, 2021.
  1. Where is Dussehra celebrate?
  • It is celebrate all over India and some parts of the world.

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