Posted on 19th Sep 2011 @ 9:04 PM
The festive zephyrs has started blowing everywhere in India. After pitrapaksh the rain of festivals is about to come. Are you ready? for plunging in the river of spiritualism. Yes! A bunch of spiritual events are waiting at your doors. First of them is NAVARATRI. In Hindu mythology during NAVARATRI the fast and worships are offered to invoke the blessings of DURGA. As LORD RAMA performed ‘chandi homa’ after nine days of worship DURGA, the goddess of shakti blessed HIM with the secret knowledge of the way to kill RAVANA, the king of Lanka. After NAVARATRI DASHARA comes as the second festival.
DASHARA takes place in lunar month of ashwin from the shukla paksha pratipada, next of the new moon day of bhadrapada to dashmi[the tenth day of ashwin]. In 2011 NAVARATRI starts on September 28 and finishes with DASHARA on October 6 according to the lunar calendar. The festival of DASHARA symbolizes victory over the evil. In DASHARA, ten headed effigies of Ravana accompanied with his brother, Kumbhakaran and son, Meghnad are set alight to elaborate the victory of good over evil. DASHARA fairs are arranged at different venues. People visit these mythological fetes and enjoy this event.
As without purchasing new clothes Indian festivals are like DIWALI without diyas. We can’t imagine DIWALI if divas are no more. In this way every celebration in India needs new dresses. Kids and women get so crazy for their new attires and these are the festivals that gleam up our life. During festive routine shopping can be headache. But shopping online has got the solution. Indiabazaaronline brought the big offer to picking the festive stuff through its amazing festival collection.
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