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Dussehra Greetings
Dussehra is celebrated all over the country, to memorialize the victory of goodness over evil...
Hindu > Dussehra
Chandigarh > India

Dussehra Legends
Dussehra is celebrated with great fanfare in India. It is the culmination of Navaratri, observed for nine days...
Hindu > Dussehra
Ayodhya > India

Celebrating Dussehra in India
In northern India, plays and dance performances known as Ramaleela, depicting the life of Rama, commonly take place in the lead up to Dussehra day.
Hindu > Dussehra
New Delhi > India

Significance of Dussehra
It is the day when Lord Rama killed the ten headed demon king Ravana and gave the throne of his kingdom Lanka to his brother Vibhishana.
Hindu > Dussehra

At Ramlilas, their only religion is acting
Deepesh Massey plays the role of Bali in the Ramlila at Red Fort lawns...
Hindu > Dussehra
New Delhi > India

Holi in Rajasthan
The colourful state of Rajasthan plays Holi much the same way as Mathura. A night before the full moon, crowds of people gather together and light huge bonfires...
Hindu > Holi
Jaipur > India

Holi in Barsana
Holi of Barsana, the birthplace of Radha, a village, 42 kms away from Mathura, is of particular interest. Here, men from Nandgaon, the land of Krishna...
Hindu > Holi
Mathura > India

Holi in Bengal
There is a particular elan in the way Holi is celebrated in the state of West Bengal. Panache is added by the presence of the rich Bengal culture and the existence of Shantiniketan...
Hindu > Holi
Kolkata > India

Holi in Bhil Tribes of North West India
The Bhils in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh have their own special way to mark the festival. It is interesting to note that these tribes have retained many of their pre-Hindu customs...
Hindu > Holi
Udaipur > India

Holi in Delhi
Delhi being the capital and the heart of India, celebrates Holi with extreme enthusiasm...
Hindu > Holi
New Delhi > India



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