Dussehra 2018

Dussehra 2018: Harassed by wives, men burn effigy of Surpanakha

Dussehra 2018: Harassed by wives, men burn effigy of Surpanakha

Aurangabad (Maha): Burning effigies of Ravana is a common practice on Dussehra, but some ‘harassed’ husbands celebrated the festival here...Read More

Dussehra 2018: This is how the festival is celebrated in different Indian states

Dussehra 2018: This is how the festival is celebrated in different Indian states

India is a land of festivals. The harmony of different cultures and traditions is best experienced during festivals in the country. One c...Read More

Dussehra Nostalgia! TV actors share their memories of the festival and its significance

Dussehra Nostalgia! TV actors share their memories of the festival and its significance

The Indian Television industry is high on festivities as we celebrate the triumph of good over evil on the occasion of Dussehra. Over the...Read More

Dussehra 2018: Shubhangi Atre to Sara Khan, celebs on evil things that need to be cleansed from society

Dussehra 2018: Shubhangi Atre to Sara Khan, celebs on evil things that need to be cleansed from society

Dussehra or Vijayadashami symbolises the Hindu god Rama’s victory over the demon king Ravana and the triumph of good over evil. It also m...Read More

Dussehra 2018: Significance, celebration and all you need to know

Dussehra 2018: Significance, celebration and all you need to know

Vijayadashami, also known as Dussehra or Dasara, is a combination of two words ‘Vijaya’ meaning ‘Victory’ and ‘Dashami’ meaning ‘tenth’, ...Read More

Muslim family from UP’s Rampur is making ‘Ravana’ effigies for decades

Muslim family from UP’s Rampur is making ‘Ravana’ effigies for decades

Rampur: Setting an example of communal harmony, a Muslim family in Uttar Pradesh’s Rampur city has been making Ravana effigies for Dusseh...Read More

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