Dussehra 2021 and the end of Navratri (Maha Navami)

Dussehra 2021: The ninth night of Navratri is marked by Maha Navami, which is followed by Dussehrra the next day. People pray to Siddhidhatri on the festival’s final day, also known as Navami (ninth day).

Maha Navami falls on Thursday, October 14th this year.

Dussehra 2021: People pray to Siddhidhatri on the festival’s final day, also known as Navami (ninth day). She has four hands in this picture. The purple hue of the day, also known as Mahalakshmi, expresses admiration for nature’s beauty. Parvati, Lord Shiva‘s wife, is Siddhidatri.


The celebration of Dussehra falls on Friday, October 15th.

For instance, It commemorates god Rama‘s triumph over Ravana and marks the conclusion of Ramlila in certain ranges.

Therefore, Arjuna alone pulverized over 1,000,000 officers and beat all Kuru warriors, counting Bhishma, Drona, Ashwatthama, Karna, and Kripa, on the same day, illustrating the triumph of great (Dharma) over fiendish (Adharma).

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