When is Dussehra

“When is Dussehra?” is a question that revolves in the mind of all Hindus as it marks grand celebrations for the day when good forces triumphed over evil forces.

Many legends may be associated with this day but this eternal truth remains strong. Dussehra is celebrated across India and observed by Hindus at the end of Navratri each year.

So, when is Dussehra observed each year? According to the Hindu calendar, Dussehra occurs in the month of Ashwin. The month of Ashwin falls in the month of September or October according to the Gregorian calendar.

Two major legends are associated with the festival of Dussehra. One legend goes that Sri Ram defeated demon king Ravana and the other legend includes the defeat of Mahishasur at the hands of Maa Durga. Dussehra is the last day of the Navratri and Vijayadashami is the last day of Durga Puja.

Although the celebration of this day occurs on the last day of Navratri or Durga Puja but the previous 9 days are celebrated with the same vigor and joy. During the Navaratri, people hold fast and refrain from eating non-vegetarian food to honor the victory of Lord Rama. The variations in the celebrations include:

  • Performing “Ramlila”, which depicts certain parts of the epic Ramayana
  • In Mysore a huge procession with Maa Chamundeshwari on a throne upon the elephants moves through the decorated streets of Mysore.
  • Pandals are built across the cities of West Bengal and other places to worship Maa Durga along with her sons, Ganesh and Karthik as well as daughters, Ma Lakshmi and Ma Saraswati.

Hindus across the world celebrate these 9 days and end it with Dussehra or Vijayadashami. To help you plan your upcoming Dussehra or Vijayadashami, 123NewYear brings for you the dates for Dussehra in upcoming decade, i.e. till 2027:

  • October 19, 2018
  • October 8, 2019
  • October 25, 2020
  • October 14, 2021
  • October 4, 2022
  • October 24, 2023
  • October 12, 2024
  • October 2, 2025
  • October 20, 2026
  • October 9, 2027

Dussehra History

The Dussehra history goes back to the time of Lord Ram and Hanumanji, eminent figures of Hindu religion. Dussehra celebrations involve a lot of grandeur and cheerfulness.

It is the peak of the 9 day long festival called ‘Navratri’, which is observed prior to Dussehra. The team at 123NewYear did some research into the history of Dussehra and here is what they found.

History behind the Origin of Dussehra

  • Defeat of the Demon king Ravana by Lord Rama

The roots of the festival of Dussehra lie within Ramayana, a great Hindu epic. According to Ramayana the eight incarnation of Lord Vishnu, Lord Rama, killed the demon king Ravana who has ten heads, in Satyug.

Ravana had kidnapped Ma Sita, Lord Ram’s wife. Lord Rama, alongside his sibling Lakshmana, devotee Sri Hanuman and a multitude of monkeys, proceeded towards Ravana’s Kingdom, Lanka. Lord Ram had the intention of defeating Ravana so that he could rescue Ma Sita.

On his approach to Lanka, Rama offered Pooja to Ma Durga, Goddess of energy and fearlessness, so that he would receive her blessings. With her blessings, Lord Rama was able to crush and execute Ravana, with the assistance of his followers and army. Hence, the day has ever since been observed to honor the triumph that Lord Rama won over Ravana, which is now referred to as Vijayadashmi or Dussehra.

  • Death Of the demon Mahishasura at the hands of Goddess Durga

Another story that is associated with Goddess Durga, involves the assassination of a demon named Mahishasura. As indicated by the story, every one of the Gods in Heaven or Swarglok and the living creatures on earth were terrorized by the oppression of the evil demon Mahishasura. He has a Vardan and could not be defeated even by the Tridev – Lord Vishnu, Lord Brahma and Lord Shiva. Hence every one of the Gods took a decision to make a power, which would defeat Mahishasura to liberate all living creatures from his oppression and re-establish the swarglok to them. This led to creation of Maa Durga, a symbol of Shakti. With the weapons presented to her by the Gods, Maa Durga battled against Mahishasura. She vanquished the demon effectively, and re-established the Swarglok to the Gods. Her triumph is observed as Dussehra or Vijayadashmi, by many individuals.

  • Shower of Gold Coins

As per a story, Kautsa, child of a Brahmin called Devdatta, was dwelling in the Paithan city. Once he had completed his education under Rishi Varatantu, Kautsa wanted to give his Guru dakshina. Despite the fact that the master rejected at first, he later requested 140 million gold coins. Kautsa requested King Raghu to help him as the king was well-known to be generous. King Raghu requested Kuber, the God of Wealth for a shower of gold coins close to the Shanu and Apati trees. After giving his Guru the dakshina, Kautsa gave the remaining of the coins to the poor, on the occasion of Dussehra. From that day onward on Dussehra, individuals have been plucking Apati tree leaves and presenting to each other to represent gold.

  • Shami Tree

Another legend associated with the source of Dussehra is embedded in Mahabharata, another Hindu epic. As per the story, Pandavas were exiled by Kauravas for a period of twelve years and a year to be spent in disguise, because the Pandavas were defeated by Kauravas at gambling.

Since they had to spend a year in disguise, the Pandavas could not expose their true identity to anyone during this period of one year. for that they had to hide away their weapons and they did so under the Shami tree, that was near the place they lived in disguise. Kauravas tried to find them because if the identity of the Pandavas were discovered in this one year of disguise, their exile would be extended but they failed.

Pandavas went to the Shami tree at the end of the year and retrieved their weapons. After that they declared a war against the Kauravas and Pandavas won the battle. the occasion took place on Dasami, which is now known as Vijayadashmi. From that time, individuals embrace one another under the Shami tree after which they exchange the leaves of the tree.

Dussehra Celebrations

Dussehra is the climax of Navaratri in India. Famously known as Vijaya Dashami, Dussehra celebrations are carried out with incredible eagerness in various parts of India.

India is truly a diverse country and that can be seen in the various ways that Dussehra is celebrated across the nation. The way of celebrations depends on the local legend that revolves around Dussehra. Find out about the festivals of Dussehra in various parts of India here at 123NewYear.

In North India:

General Celebrations

Ramlila makes up the foundation for the festival of Dussehra in northern India, where the scenes from Rama’s life are illustrated, particularly Bharat Milap, the portion when Lord Rama is reunited with his sibling Bharat, the downfall of Ravana (the center point of Dussehra) and the arrival of Lord Rama, Lakshmana and Mata Sita to Ayodhya, their kingdom after a period of fourteen years that they spent in exile.

Region Specific Celebrations:

  • In Himachal Pradesh’s Kullu valley, the Dussehra celebration takes place over a week. It includes every deity of every village in the hills taking part in a wonderful parade. The deities are at first brought to the “maidan” in Kullu where respects are paid to Raghunathji. From here the huge procession starts after mounting all the deities on colorful palanquins. Apart from this Ramlila is the next greatest attraction of Dussehra celebration in Kullu.
  • In Delhi and close-by states, “larger than life” representations of Ravana, Meghnath and Kumbhkaran are scorched in Ramlila, a mela that is arranged by various boards of trustees, at tremendous grounds.

In South India

Region specific Celebrations:

  • In Tamil Nadu, the nine days prior to Dussehra have been divided to worship of the three Goddesses:
  • Mata Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth who bestows prosperity to all
  • Mata Saraswati, the Goddess of knowledge and art forms
  • Mata Durga, the Mother Goddess, Shakti

The ladies and offspring of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka organize for little statues and dolls, commonly called ‘Bommai Kolu’. They place these on artificial steps and decorate the steps and other places with lamps and flowers. The celebrations include the preparation of a dish made with chickpeas called ‘choondal’ that is offered as Prasad to the dolls. On Vijayadashami, Bommai Kolu is brought down ceremoniously.

  • A Similar kind of celebration is seen in Kerala as well.
  • Mysore is famous for its grand and lavish procession that features embellished elephants on the splendidly lit roads of the city on the occasion of Dussehra.
  • In Andhra Pradesh, Dussehra is famously known as Dasara.

In East India
Region specific Celebrations:

  • In West Bengal, Vijayadashami is observed as the triumph of Goddess Durga over the demon known as Mahishasura. The celebration of this triumph is celebrated over 10 days and is known as Durga Puja. On Vijayadashami, the last day of the festival, the idol of Ma Durga is submerged in the Ganga, any stream or lake. This is called visarjan (immersion of deity).
  • In Orissa, Vijoya Dashami is celebrated on the last day of Sharodiya Durga Puja. After Aparajita Puja is offered to the Goddess, the Goddess’s deity is submerged through a ceremony called ‘Bisarjan Jatra’. After that people in Orissa burn the model of Ravana. This is known as ‘Ravan Podi’

In West India
In Maharashtra, Dussehra is usually observed on the tenth day of the Ashwin month, according to the Shaka Hindu Calendar.
Different Legends and Celebrations related to Dussehra in West India

  • Usually on the last day of Navratri, idols that were being worshipped from the first day of Navratri are submerged in water. Dussehra is the mark of Lord Rama’s triumph over the demon Ravana. Aapta tree is worshipped by all on this day. An auspicious belief is that exchanging leaves of aapta tree on this day brings prosperity and happiness.
  • Another popular belief is that it was on this day the Pandavas of Mahabharata recovered their weapons from Shami tree, where they had hidden it in their 12 years of exile. So this day is considered to be a good day to start new endeavors among all Maharashtrians.

Dussehra Quotes

Dussehra Quotes helps to remind all what this epic day signifies – Good always triumphs over evil. Evil does not necessarily mean outer evil forces that tend to overpower our Chi but it also signifies our own inner vices that need to be triumphed.

We need to always nourish the good qualities within ourselves and others. 123NewYear has collected some beautiful Dussehra quotes from famous personalities that encourage all to nourish good qualities while defeating your own inner demons.

  • Inside each of us, there is the seed of both good and evil. It’s a constant struggle as to which one will win. And one cannot exist without the other. Eric Burdon
  • In this life, we have to make many choices. Some are very important choices. Some are not. Many of our choices are between good and evil. The choices we make, however, determine to a large extent our happiness or our unhappiness, because we have to live with the consequences of our choices. James E. Faust
  • Rather than dividing the world between good and evil, the Left divided the world in terms of economics. Economic classes, not moral values, explained human behavior. Therefore, to cite a common example, poverty, not one’s moral value system, or lack of it, caused crime. Dennis Prager
  • Words – so innocent and powerless as they are, as standing in a dictionary, how potent for good and evil they become in the hands of one who knows how to combine them. Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • People like to say that the conflict is between good and evil. The real conflict is between truth and lies. Don Miguel Ruiz
  • Each of us has a vision of good and of evil. We have to encourage people to move towards what they think is good… Everyone has his own idea of good and evil and must choose to follow the good and fight evil as he conceives them. That would be enough to make the world a better place. Pope Francis
  • The battleline between good and evil runs through the heart of every man. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
  • For good nurture and education implant good constitutions. Plato
  • We are all gifted, but we have to discover the gift, uncover the gift, nurture and develop the gift and use it for the Glory of God and for the liberation struggle of our people. Louis Farrakhan
  • If you want to grow a giant redwood, you need to make sure the seeds are ok, nurture the sapling, and work out what might potentially stop it from growing all the way along. Anything that breaks it at any point stops that growth. Elon Musk
  • If you nurture your mind, body, and spirit, your time will expand. You will gain a new perspective that will allow you to accomplish much more. Brian Koslow
  • Find out what your gift is and nurture it. Katy Perry
  • There’s a wealth of talent that lies in all of us. All of us, including those who work in schools, must nurture creativity systematically and not kill it unwittingly. Ken Robinson
  • Nurture your minds with great thoughts. To believe in the heroic makes heroes. Benjamin Disraeli
  • The power of choosing good and evil is within the reach of all. Origen
  • People desire to separate their worlds into polarities of dark and light, ugly and beautiful, good and evil, right and wrong, inside and outside. Polarities serve us in our learning and growth, but as souls we are all. Joy Page
  • The line between good and evil is permeable and almost anyone can be induced to cross it when pressured by situational forces. Philip Zimbardo
  • I believe there is a spirit within us, which we nurture based upon our efforts and what we bring to the world. But it doesn’t come from the outside; it comes from the inside. Michael Douglas

Dussehra SMS

Dussehra SMS is a great way to send Dussehra wishes in the modern age of technology.

Today when work dictates the time that can be spent with friends, colleagues and family on festivals, these wishes is one of the best way to let the recipient know how much you respect and love them.

123NewYear helps you with their collection of Dussehra SMS that truly captures your feelings for the recipients.

  • Hope that this Dussehra you get the blessings of Mata Saraswati, Mata Laxmi and Maa Durga so that your dreams of talent, wealth and courage are fulfilled. Happy Dussehra.
  • With blessings of Lord Ram, may you get to instill in yourself the talents of the Lord Ram, being a good son, great brother and perfect husband. Happy Dussehra!
  • May the virtue of your goodness do away with all the evils that surround your life and fill it with hope and joy. Happy Dussehra to all my friends!
  • Dussehra burns away the bad to reveal the underlying good that was overshadowed by evil. Keeping true to this tradition has become a necessity in today’s troubled times. Hope the same happens for you as well. May the light of Dussehra fill your life with happiness.
  • Pray to Lord Ram to light up the upcoming year with hopes of joyous times and many smiles. Wishing you and your family a Happy Dussehra!
  • Let Dussehra bring in the good times that is free of tension and hardships. Wishing you a great year ahead! Happy Dussehra dear friend.
  • In the modern times, when all seems to be falling prey to troubled times, Dussehra comes around each year to remind that this is just a phase that will pass away. May Lord Ram bless you with the the patience to strive through. Happy Dussehra!
  • May flowers bloom in your life, filling it with the fragrance of wealth and success. Wishing you and your family a Happy Dussehra!
  • Hope that this Dussehra and many more to come are filled with good wishes, colors of success and tons of smiles to fill your entire life. Happy Dussehra!
  • Sun reminds us that darkness does not last for long. May Goddess Durga bless you so that your life never sees the darkness and is always filled with new hopes and smiles. Wishing you a happy Dussehra!
  • With the blessings of Lord Ram and Ma Durga, hope that your life is like the fairground of Dussehra that is full of sweets and happiness. May your smile stay unaltered even during hard times as it will not last for long. Happy Dussehra!
  • May the festival of Dussehra grant your life, all that you desire – name, fame, health, happiness, wealth and so much more. Wishing you a great Dussehra!
  • Dussehra is the celebration which helps us to remember the significance of righteousness; battling shamefulness and following the way of virtue. Happy Dussehra!
  • A propitious day to begin with any great work. It was on Dussehra that good prevailed triumphant on evil forces, May this day clear all obstacles of your life and begin another period of prosperity. Wishing you a great Dussehra!
  • On the promising event of Dussehra, may the colors of happiness and excellence be with you in the form of great celebrations. Wishing all a cheerful Dussehra!
  • Let’s begin an incredible life by vanquishing over our unceasing adversaries in the form of anger and jealousy. Let’s make a promise to lead a better life on the auspicious occasion of Dussehra. HAPPY DUSSEHRA.

Dussehra Mela

Dussehra Mela is a huge event that centers on the major event popularly known as Dussehra. In some states and cities the Dussehra mela goes on for a month and it involves various programs and events as well.

People celebrate Dussehra as it represents everything good and the evil being defeated at the hands of good forces.

With this thought in mind, many fast during the Navratri or rejoice at the pandals of Durga Puja.

The festivity of Dussehra is multiplied by the Dussehra melas or Durga Puja mela that are organized at various maidan and fair grounds around India and even at some places abroad.

The Different Types of Events and Programs at a Dussehra Mela

  • Cultural events:

Great artistes from around the country are invited to take part in the programs that are organized by the authorities who plan the Dussehra melas. They perform favorite numbers that captivate the tremendous amount of people gathered at the mela.  The events include programs like Cine Sandhya, Sindhi cultural program, Kavi Sammelan, Bhajan Sandhya, folk music and dance program, all-night mushaira and many more interesting programs.

The number of people gathered at one of these melas can go up to lakhs. The color and magnificence of the mela is what draws people from the area around the mela ground. Sometimes people might travel from villages afar to attend these melas and their cultural programs.

During the days of a Dussehra mela in Gujarat, Dandiya and Garba events are held with a lot of pomp and show. Thousands sometimes lakhs flock in to take part of such events. These terms have become synonymous with the Navratri.

Delectable and mouth-watering food items along with delicious sweets feature at these events to uplift the mood of Dandiya and Garba. Now these events have outgrown the state of Gujarat and are organized at Dussehra mela across the nation, Delhi being one of the prominent examples.

  • Sale of Wonderful & Diverse Products:

Dussehra Mela provides a great opportunity for traders from various villages and towns to take part in the melas and sell their captivating fare. In the modern world, we are glued to gadgets but the fares at these melas help us to get in touch with our true roots. Things like earthenware, cute little hand-made dolls and other such great things are sold at the melas that might appeal to both rural and urban buyers. A great variety of sculptures that depict Lord Ram, Maa Sita and Lakshman are quite commonly sold at a Dussehra fair.

  • Major Attraction: Burning of Ravana effigies

The most important event at any Dussehra Mela is the burning of huge effigies that depict Ravana, Kumbhakarana and Meghnad.  At certain famous melas like the Kota Dussehra Mela, the height of the effigies can go up to 75 Feet.

The event starts off with a young child being dressed up as Lord Ram. He then shoots an arrow whose tip has been set on fire at Ravana. The sculpture of Ravana is set ablaze to represent that all evil forces both outer and inner will be destroyed in it.  People from across the region gather to witness this auspicious event every year dressed in their best clothes and offer their prayers to Lord Rama.  

  • Mela that centers around Durga Puja:

An event that is celebrated by many Hindus is Durga Puja. It represents the victory that Maa Durga had over Mahishasura.  Durga Puja usually goes on for five days with the final day is celebrated as Vijayadashami or Dussehra.  The fair or mela that occurs during these five days involves:

  • Local traders bringing in various fares that they sell at the Durga Puja mela
  • Interesting rides like the Ferris wheel and many more are set up for people to enjoy
  • Various food stalls are set up that offer delicious options like roll, phuchka (golgappa/panipuri) and much more.
  • Cultural programs are organized where prominent artists perform for the people attending the Durga Puja Mela.

One thing is for certain that each and every Dussehra mela or Durga Puja mela is organized for the people to have fun and enjoy themselves.

Dussehra Greetings

Send Dussehra Greetings to spread the festivity of Dussehra among all. Dussehra is a wonderful time for everyone to come together to celebrate the occasion.

While most are lucky to be surrounded by family, some may be far away from loved ones. These Dussehra Greetings are sure to bring a smile on their face while they are afar. Or surprise ones near you by writing these on a card.

Choices and ways are many to make people feel special. 123NewYear brings for you a collection of lovely Dussehra Greetings that is sure to emanate the festive cheer to the recipient, near or far.

  1. As the flames of Dussehra burn high, May all your worries burn in it and light your life with positivity and hopes. Happy Dussehra.
  2. As the sun shines bright on the morning of Dussehra, may your life be filled with the lights of happiness and joy. Happy Dussehra!
  3. Mountains of worry and hardship maybe high but may the auspicious Dussehra give you the courage and strength to overcome the hardships. Wishing you and your family a very happy Dussehra!
  4. The way sunshine gives life to morning glory, may Dussehra let success and joy bloom in your life. Sending you warm wishes this Dussehra!
  5. Darkness can never prevail and will always face defeat at the hands of light and power of good. Hope the same holds true for your life. Wishing you all the happiness this Dussehra.
  6. May Lord Ram give you the power to face hardships and triumph over it as he did over Ravan. Happy Dussehra my friend!
  7. Goddess Durga is the ultimate example of woman power. She defeated the evil demon Mahisasur and may you also overcome all the worries in your life. Dear sister, wish you a happy Dussehra!
  8. Hope this Dussehra fills your life with light and does away with the despair of darkness. Happy Dussehra!
  9. May this year be filled with the burning flames of enthusiasm so that you can achieve the success you truly deserve. Happy Dussehra!
  10. I pray to Goddess Durga to bestow you with great victories this coming year. Happy Dussehra!
  11. Dussehra, a time of celebrations and fun-filled times, when you can rejoice the victory that good had over evil. Let us share with the world the true spirit of Dussehra and bring joy to everyone’s life. Happy Dussehra to all!
  12. Hope that the festivities of Dussehra bring a newfound joy in your life. Wishing all a very happy Dussehra!
  13. Wishing my dear friend good times in the coming year that are filled with success, happiness and smiles, on the auspicious day of Dussehra.
  14. Good tidings are all that I wish for you this Dussehra. May Lord Ram and Ma Sita fill your married life with bliss and harmony. Happy Dussehra!
  15. For a trouble-free life that is filled with prosperity, one truly needs the blessings of Lord Ram. I pray to Lord Ram for all that and more. Happy Dussehra dear friends!
  16. I feel that one who does not envy the fortunate ones but admire their good fortune are truly blessed. You are one of those few people. Wishing you all the luck and happiness in life. Happy Dussehra!
  17. Dussehra is a day to remember how good triumphed over evil and thus is a day of rejoicing and happiness. Wishing all my friends and family a happy Dussehra!
  18. Dussehra brings with it a new hope that all things bad in one’s life will be burned away leaving only what is good. Hope that hold true for your life! Happy Dussehra.
  19. Embrace your loved ones and let’s celebrate the festival of Dussehra with a lot of pomp and joy. Wishing Happy Dussehra to all my friends.

Dussehra Messages

Send Dussehra Messages that are both inspirational and help to spread the spirit of Dussehra among all. Dussehra signifies not just good winning over evil but also denotes strong family ties.

Bonds include the different ties that you share with each and every person in your life. Strengthen the bonds with the wonderful Dussehra messages that the team of 123NewYear have put together.

  1. May the good fortunes be never ending making your life full of wealth and prosperity. Happy Dussehra dear friend!
  2. Hope your life becomes as sweet as Ladoos filling it with joy and good tidings. Wishing all a very happy Dussehra!
  3. Dussehra is considered to be auspicious and on this day any new venture upon is sure to bring success. Hope you too get over the hardships and emerge victorious. Happy Dussehra Wishes to you and your family!
  4. May this Dussehra mark the end of all bad tidings and the start to a new era of good luck and high hopes. Happy Dussehra!
  5. Prosperity and happiness prevails in the life of those who have learnt to be happy in other’s good luck. You are one of those rare people. Wishing that Lord Rama blesses you with a lot of good fortune!
  6. By laws of nature, the sun sets for darkness to prevail but it lasts not for long. With the sun rising again the next day, darkness and all its force cower away as good stays undefeated. May the same rule apply to your life. Happy Dussehra dear friend!
  7. Dussehra is filled with stories that have a single message, forces of good triumphs over bad forces. May Lord Ram give you the power to do the same so that you emerge successful. Happy Dussehra!
  8. Just as Ma Durga killed Mahishasura, may we all get the power to defeat our inner demons. Wishing you all the luck on the auspicious occasion of Dussehra!
  9. May the stories of Lord Rama and Ma Durga inspire your own stories of victory and success. Wishing you and your family a happy Dussehra!
  10. Enjoy this joyous festival of Dussehra with your family and friends. Happy Dussehra!
  11. Lord Ram was the one who demolished the evil in the form of Ravan to sow the seeds of peace so that tranquility might rule over the corners of earth. Best wishes for all my loved ones on the occasion of Dussehra!
  12. Before the brilliant sun rises let me brighten each of the rays with achievements and good fortune for you and your family. Happy Dussehra.
  13. May every one of the pressures that obliterate your life be destroyed like the statue of Ravana. May your endeavors bear fruit and keep your family happy! Happy Dussehra!
  14. Truth is the only path that can lead you to be triumphant. Happy Dussehra wishes for you and your Family!
  15. On This Auspicious Day, as you honor the bravery and daring spirit that won over the evil forces, I wish you achieve all the good fortune that you rightfully earned. So wish the best of luck for your bright future this Dussehra!
  16. May Lord Rama continue to bless you, making life prosperous and free of troubles. Wishing you and your family a happy Dussehra.
  17. On Dussehra, I wish your life to be full of magnificence and hope that the celebrations stay with you all through the year. Happy Dussehra!
  18. Dussehra comes every year to remind that evil does not last long. May it bring the same goodness in your life as well. Happy Dussehra!

Dussehra Wishes

Dussehra wishes help you celebrate the festival with those who matter. Dussehra marks the triumph of good over evil and a great deal of enthusiasm is involved in the preparation for celebrations.

Dussehra wishes carry the same enthusiasm to welcome positivity in the lives of the recipients. If you are running short of ideas, here are some from the 123NewYear team.

  1. May all your dreams get realized on this extraordinary occasion. Happy Dussehra.
  2. Just like the burning of Ravana, may this auspicious day burn away all your tensions in life. Happy Dussehra.
  3. Hope this Dussehra gives us the chance to be a better person. Happy Dussehra to all my friends.
  4. May this Dussehra be filled with happiness and bliss. Happy Dussehra!
  5. Jai Siyaram, Wish you all the greatest luck and satisfaction in everything that you wish to achieve! Cheerful Dussehra wishes to you.
  6. May the triumph of Good inspire your life to be free from all evil and drive you towards your triumphs. Happy Dussehra!
  7. May this Dussehra consume every one of your pressures and bring bliss into your life while fulfilling your life with everything you could ever hope for. Wish you a Happy Dussehra.
  8. Cheerful Wishes for Dussehra.  Convey my regards to all and may Dussehra bring delight and Happiness to everybody’s life.
  9. May this Dussehra light up the path of success. Hope all your expectations from the coming year are fulfilled. Wish U Happy Dussehra!
  10. The sun ascends each day to give us a message that light will always triumph over darkness. Hope this Dussehra gives you the same lesson and fills your life with happiness. Cheerful Dussehra wishes for you and your family.
  11. Wishing a peaceful and happy year in the life of you and your family. Happy Dussehra to you.
  12. Each Dussehra comes by to teach us the eternal truth, Good wins over evil. May the same happen in the lives of my loved ones. Happy Dussehra to you.
  13. May this Dussehra mark a year full of high hopes and great success. Hope the year lights up with your smiles and love. Wishing you a HAAPY DUSSEHRA
  14. May Lord Rama continue to shower his love upon you and fill your life with prosperity so that your life has no inconveniences. Wishing all of you a Happy Dussehra.
  15. This is the holy day that signifies the war that one has to fight to win over evil so that good may prevail. May this day also do the same for you. Hope you overcome all hardships and achieve great success. Happy Dussehra.
  16. MAY SHRI RAMJI continue to bless your family with happiness and prosperity. Sending good wishes for you and your family this Dussehra.
  17. A period for festivity, a period for triumph of good over evil, a period when the power of good prevails over all. May we continue to celebrate Dussehra in its true spirit. Happy Dussehra friends.
  18. May your well-being and luck stay unharmed by evil as Lord Ram continues to shower you with his blessings.  Happy Dussehra friends.
  19. May this joyous festive season fill your life with the happiness you deserve. With the spirit of goodness prevailing over our heart and mind, Happy Dussehra to all my friends.
  20. As generations pass by, we are left with the teachings of our elders – Good always wins over bad forces. Hope we can keep the spirit of Dussehra alive for many more generations to come. Happy Dussehra!
  21. Just like Sri Ram triumphed over the evil force of Ravana, may you be able to triumph over you hardships and get the success you deserve. Happy Dussehra my brother!
  22. May the hardships of your life burn with Ravana’s statue this Dussehra to reveal a life full of happiness and love. Happy Dussehra!