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Dussehra is the festival which reminds us of the importance of goodness; fighting injustice and following the path of righteousness.
Happy Dussehra!

An auspicious day to start with any good work.
It was today that good won victory over bad, May this day clear all hurdles of your life and start a new era of well-being.
Happy Dussehra!

On the auspicious occasion of the victory of good over evil, may the colour, bliss and beauty of this festival be with you throughout the year!
Happy Dussehra!

Dussehra is a reminder to everybody to follow the path of truth and goodness.
Oh Mere Kamine Dost, Par Tu Kabhi Nahi Sudhrega... Abh Bhi Waqt Hai, Warna Tera Hashar Bhi Ravan Jaisa Hone Walla Hai!
Happy Dussehra!

I pray that you develop all the qualities of Lord Rama;
And be an ideal son, a perfect brother and an idyllic husband.
Happy Dussehra!

Dasha Hara is a Sanskrit word which means removal of ten bad qualities within you:
Kama vasana (Lust)
Krodha (Anger)
Moha (Attachment)
Lobha (Greed)
Mada (Over Pride)
Matsara (Jealousy)
Swartha (Selfishness)
Anyaaya (Injustice)
Amanavta (Cruelty)
Ahankara (Ego)
It's also known as Vijaydashmi means Vijaya of Dashmi.
Happy Dussehara!

May Lord Rama bless you by eliminating the
D: Devil in
U: Ur life by giving you
S: Splendid and
S: Sparkling
E: Energy which brings
H: Happiness,
R: Riches and
A: Abundance!
Happy Dussehra!

In your life, may the good triumph over evil; and may you achieve the strength and courage to follow the path of righteousness!
Happy Dussehra!

A gentle reminder about the consequences of fooling around with someone else's wife.
Happy Dussehra!

Troubles-as light as Air;
Love-as deep as Ocean;
Friends-as solid as Diamonds;
And Success-as bright as Gold!
These are the wishes for you and your family on this auspicious day of Dussehra!

I wish the colour, the bliss and the beauty of this festival be with you through out the year!
Happy Dussehra!

In Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand, it is traditional to plant barley seeds in earthen pots on the first day of Navratri. On the day of Dasara, the nine-day old sprouts (called noratras or nortas or of nav ratris or nine nights) are used as symbols of luck. Men place them in their caps or behind their ears.
May you get your share of good luck on this festival of Dussehra!

On this day in the Treta Yug, Shri Ram, the seventh incarnation of Vishnu, killed the great demon Ravana who had abducted Rama's wife Sita to his kingdom of Lanka. Rama, his brother Lakshmana, their follower Hanuman and an army of monkeys fought a great battle to rescue Sita. Rama had performed "Chandi Homa" and invoked the blessings of Durga, who blessed Rama with secret knowledge of the way to kill Ravana. On the day of Ashvin Shukla Dashami, Rama's party found Sita and defeated Ravana. Thus it is termed as Vijaya Dashami.
Happy Vijaya Dashami!

In most of northern India and some parts of Maharashtra, Dasha-Hara is celebrated more in honour of Rama. During these 10 days many plays and dramas based on Ramayana are performed. These are called Ramlila.
There are outdoor fairs and large parades with effigies of Ravana (a mythical king of ancient Sri Lanka), his brother Kumbhakarna and son Meghanad. The effigies are burnt on bonfires in the evening. The onset of cold weather is believed to encourage infections. The burning of the effigies, filled with firecrackers containing phosphorus, supposedly purifies the atmosphere.
On this festival, may God Rama bestow you with a healthy, wealthy and peaceful life!

May the festival of Dussehra helps you in overcoming and controlling the 10 vices, which are represented by the 10 heads of Ravana:
Vaasna (Lust)
Krodha (Anger)
Lobh (Greed)
Moh (Attachment)
Ahamkaar (Ego)
Grihna (Disgust)
Anyaaya (Injustice)
Irshya (Jealousy)
Swarth (Selfishness)
Amanavta (Cruelty)
Happy Dussehra!

On this auspicious festival when the good wins over the evil, let's take a pledge to overcome over vices of Kaam (lust), Krodh (anger), Lobh (greed), Moh (attachment) & Ahankar (ego)!
May God give us a new dimension and we lead a spiritual life full of eternal bliss and happiness!
Wish you a serene and peaceful Dussehra!

Vijayadashmi or Dusshera is celebrated on the tenth day of the Hindu autumn lunar month of Ashvin. The first nine days are celebrated as Maha Navratri(nine nights) and culminates on the tenth day as Dasara.
The day marks the victory of Goddess Durga over such demons as Shumbh and Nishumbh. It is a day when devotees worship Goddess Shakti. Shakti represents strength, ability and courage. This day also celebrates the victory of Lord Rama over the demon king Ravana.
Dussehra is derived from Sanskrit Dasha-hara meaning "remover of bad fate" meaning remover of ten heads of Ravana's; and this festival is also referred to as Navratri and Durgotsav.
May Goddess Durga remove your bad fate and give you success and happiness in your endeavours!
Happy Dussehra!

May all your tensions burn along with the effigy of Ravana; and may you lead a blissful and peaceful life!
Happy Dussehra!

Everyday the Sun rises to give us a message that light shall always succeed darkness. Let us emulate the rays of Sun by bringing brightness to everyone's lives!
May this festival of Dussehra be the harbinger of peace and happiness and may it eliminates all evils from your life!

On this special day as we all celebrate the valour and courage of Lord Rama; and the triumph of good over evil!
I wish you grit, determination and hard work that brings success and happiness to you in every field!
Happy Dussehra!

May all the tensions in your life burn along with the effigy of Ravana!
And may you be successful in overcoming all your enemies like Lord Rama!
Happy Dussehra!

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