The celebrations of Dasara Festival in India
Dussehra festival is one of the Indian festivals in India. It indicates the success of good over evil. The festival can celebrate from all over India. Generally, we can See Celebration of “Dasara festival” in different Places. In the below, you can find the ways of celebrations of the Dussera.
Bastar Dussehra Festival
Bastar Dussehra frequently celebrated in Dandakarnya village which is located in Chattisgarh State. The people believe Lord Rama spent the (14 years) of his banishment. Jagdalpur city is a famous holy place of Ma Danteshwari a local goddess, worship as a greatness of Shakti. Every year Dushera thousands of tribal’s from nearby villages and jungles meet here to pay respect to the goddess.
Mysore Dasara Festival
Mysore Dasara is the Famous Festival in Karnataka State Celebrated for (10 days) festival on final day being Vijayadashami. Kullu Dussehra the demon of Ravaana the peoples gather at one places and burnt the Ravaana Statue known as “Vijayadashmi”.
Kullu Dussehra Festival
The Kullu Dussehra as celebrated in the Dhalpur ground in Kullu valley. In Himachal Pradesh, the festival Celebrated has “Kullu Dussehra” festival. It Attracts the number of tourists.
Madikeri Dasara Festival
Madikeri Dasara one of the Popular festivals celebrated in Madikeri City, a 10days celebration in Karnataka State. The Madikeri Dasara will mostly celebrate in all States of India.
Kota Dussehra Festival
In Rajasthan State, the Dussehra festival celebrated in Kota. Popularly called it as “Kota Dussehra”. The peoples made Ravaana with the Height of 75 feets statue, Meghnad & Kumbhakarana are burnt on Dussehra-day to represent the success of good-over wickedness.
Mangalore Dasara Festival
Mangalore Dasara has celebrated in Mangalore City located in Karnataka. Dasara Festival has planned by Kudroli-Shri Gokarnanatheshwara Temple. In fact, we celebrate the Dasara festival with beer dance & tiger dance are the major attraction for the festival.
For more about the Dasara Festival, visit: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vijayadashami