Dussehra- Festival of Good Over Evil

Dussehra is also called Vijayadashami, because of the victory of Goddess Durga over Mahishasura. Dussehra is celebrated by all Hindus family on the tenth day of Ashvin month and observed to recall the killing of Ravana by Lord Rama. The festival of Dussehra is celebrated with different traditions and rituals throughout the country. Dussehra celebrations give us a message of the victory of good over evil. People of Every region have their way of celebrating this festival. The end of Ravana meant the end of evil and evil spirit as he was a demon by birth. Ram Leela which is organized in many parts of the country and people enjoy the enactment of the play based on Ramayana. On the occasion of Dussehra Ram Leela takes an end which shows the killing of Ravana by Lord Rama.

Celebration of Dussehra in Different Parts of India

Dussehra celebrations are done all over India, by Hindu families. This festival is celebrated in many ways in different regions:

Dussehra Celebration in North India

Dussehra Celebration in North India

In North India, Dussehra is celebrated by burning the dummy of Ravana, Kumbhakarna and Meghnath and it is the beginning of the play based on the epic, Ramayana. Dussehra is the final day for Ram leela play, and there is usually a funfair organized and is enjoyed by all people. A chariot carrying Ram, Sita and Lakshman pass through the crowd, and the person enacting Ram aims an arrow to burn the dummy of Ravana one by one.

Dussehra Celebration in Gujarat

Dussehra Celebration in Gujarat

In Gujarat, all men and women gather and dance every Navratri night, and they also organize many events and competitions. The songs are usually holy ones, and the dance form is called Garba. Women in their best of attires surround beautifully decorated earthen pots and dance till late at night. In many places, Garba starts late at night and continue till dawn.

Dussehra Celebration in South India

Dussehra Celebration in South India

In South India, the days of Navratri are equally divided to worship three Goddesses, Lakshmi, Goddess of wealth and prosperity, Saraswati, Goddess of knowledge and learning and Durga, goddess of power and strength. They decorate their houses and steps with lamps and flowers in the evenings. Dussehra festival of Mysore is well known and is celebrated in its style with pomp and pageantry.

Killing of Ravana by Lord Rama, the story takes an end on Dussehra. No matter what the story is, the festival of dussehra conveys the message of love and peace. If people keep in mind the beautiful and meaningful messages throughout the year, it would have been peace and harmony all around. Exchange gifts with your family, friends or relatives, with a true spirit of the festivity as it strengthens the love relation more strongly. Express your loved one how much they are special to you by ordering and sending Dussehra gifts online from Winni.

This festive season, get online delivery of Dussehra gifts and commemorate every juncture of the festival in a lovely manner. Gifts from Winni will adore your every relation beautifully and live it lifelong forever. The delights like chocolates, cakes, dry fruits, sweets are specially included in our range to fill your life with the sweetness of love. Here are some suggestions for you, for sending gifts to your loved one’s on dussehra:

Traditional Sweets

Traditional Sweets

Sweets are the necessity of every Hindu festival. Presenting desserts as a gift shows the excitement on the part of the giver to share the festive happiness with the receiver. It is an age-old way of celebrating the festival. It is also said that sweets complete the celebration of every Hindu festival. You can buy a single type or multiple types of sweet on the occasion of Dussehra from Winni. If you aren’t able to decide any gift, then sweet can be the perfect gift. Before purchasing sweets check whether your recipient is a diabetic, or your well-chosen gift is going to be a major flop.

Dry fruits Hampers

Dry fruits Hampers

Dry fruits can be the best gift as they can be stored and kept for a more extended period. It can be consumed later and enjoyed throughout the year. Dry fruits are not very economical, still can be bought in a bunch.  For the festival of lights, boxes of different shapes and sizes are available in the market at varying prices. Dry fruits can be a great gift as they can be stored for months if kept in airtight containers. The Popular dry fruits which can be gifted on Dussehra includes almonds, pistachio nuts, raisins, walnuts, cashew nuts, chilgoza, khajoor, etc. If you know your dear one’s preference, then you can send them dry fruit accordingly from Winni.

Chocolate Boxes

Chocolate Boxes

On the occasion of Dussehra, chocolates can be a good choice to gift your loved ones. Chocolate is that gift which people love to get and present to their families on every occasions and festival. At Winni different packings, chocolates are available at affordable prices. Along with chocolates, you can send a delicious cake, as every celebration is incomplete without cake. Winni has a variety of chocolates and cake combo.

Puja Thali

Puja Thali

One of the best Dussehra gifts can be a decorated ‘puja thali’ having glasswork on it, and clay and diyas are also attached to it.  Puja Thalis are available in different colors, size and beautifully decorated at reasonable prices at Winni. Puja Thali is a fundamental part of the puja, so it is also preferred to gift it to your families and relatives. The puja thalis are also available in silver if one’s budget is high and is seeking for antique.

These are some gift ideas for you to celebrate the occasion of Dussehra. So, celebrate this Dussehra with your loved ones with great joy and happiness.

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