On the tenth day of the month of Ashwin, the festival of Dasher or Vijayadashami is celebrated with great pomp all over the country. Dussehra, celebrated on the tenth day of Durga Puja, indicates the attainment of good over evil and truth over untruth. It is said that good deeds can be performed on the day of Dussehra or Vijayadashami except for auspicious times. According to astrologers, the new work done on this day is a success. On the day of Vijayadashami or Dussehra, the family is prayed to Mars to worship Shri Ram, Mother Durga, Shri Ganesh and Hanuman Zia. It is believed that on the day of Dussehra, the desires of the mind are fulfilled through Ramayana, Sundar Kand and protection of Shri Ram.
This day is considered auspicious for good deeds
Dussehra or Vijayadashami is considered to be the highest number of dates. Thus, on this day all good deeds are considered fruitful. According to astrology, ten days are considered auspicious for children to write letters, build a house or shop, enter a house, shave, name, spread food, pierce ears, perform religious ceremonies and worship the land. Wedding ceremonies on the day of Vijayadashami are considered forbidden.
Chanakya Niti: These people are dissatisfied all their lives, one problem after another comes.
Know when Dussehra
According to the Hindu calendar, the festival of Dussehra or Vijayadashami will be celebrated on October 25 this year. Dussehra is celebrated every year just 20 days before Diwali. But this year Navratri is ending in 8 days instead of 9 days. In fact, this year, the eighth and ninth are falling on the same day. The eighth will be held on October 24 at 8.00 am, followed by the ninth. Due to which Dussehra will be celebrated on 25th October.
Chanakya principle: Never hesitate in these matters, on the way you become rich and prosperous.
The tenth day begins – October 25 at 07:41
Victory Moment – 01:55 am to 0240 am.
Worship Moment – 01:11 to 03:24 minutes.
The tenth date ends – October 26 will be until 08:59.
According to legend, on this day Merida Purushottama Lord Rama killed Lankapati Ravana. This day is also called Vijayadashami due to Rama’s victory over Ravana.