Dussehra Rangoli Designs: Dussehra is a very special festival among the festivals celebrated by Hindus. During the festival of Dussehra, Hindus decorate their homes with beautiful rangoli designs. Dussehra festival is a symbol of Lord Rama’s victory on Ravana. Dussehra is a tenth-day festival and Vijayadashami is celebrated on the tenth day.
Dussehra festival is also known as Vijayadashami. This festival is celebrated for ten days. The first nine days are celebrated as Navratri and the tenth day as Dashami or Vijayadashami. This festival falls on Shuklapaksha in Asvayuja month. Dasha means 10. Hara means defeat. The festival is celebrated on Dashami day to mark the defeat of evil and the victory of righteousness. The events of Satya, Treta and Dwapara yugas are specially told for Vijayadashami.
It is celebrated on the day when Goddess Durga killed the demon Mahishasura. People believe in new beginnings on this day. Clean household appliances and vehicles. It is decorated with beautiful rangoli patterns. Vehicles and equipment are worshiped today.
People make beautiful muggles with different shapes and patterns in front of the house. Beautiful colors are drawn with flowers, rice, and various colors with sand. Drawing Rangoli is an auspicious tradition and is believed to bring good luck to our homes, especially on such festive occasions. Check out some beautiful patterns embedded below for you.
Based on the stories, now we worship the Goddess by calling her by nine different names for nine days. Similarly, it is believed that if any work is done on the tenth day of starting it, one will get success.. It has been said since ancient times that the festival of Vijayadashami came in this way.
Dussehra festival is special: This Dussehra festival is celebrated for nine days by calling the Goddess by nine different names. Similarly, puja is done to the Jammi tree. Also in some places, Ravana is also killed.