Dussehra

(from the article `India`) ...of Sarasvati, the goddess of learning; Holi (February–March), a time when traditional hierarchical relationships are forgotten and celebrants ... Most of the festivals and holidays in the state are tied to the Hindu calendar. Some of the important Hindu festivals and holidays celebrated in ... [2 re...
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Dussehra

In Hindu tradition, festival celebrating the defeat of the ten-headed demon Ravana by Rama, and the victory of good over evil. It is held the day after the festival of
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Dussehra

In Hindu tradition, festival celebrating the defeat of the ten-headed demon Ravana by Rama, and the victory of good over evil. It is held the day after the festival of Navaratri (`nine nights`), also known as Durga Puja. In the battle, every time Rama chopped off one of Ravana's ten heads, it grew back, until finally, on the tenth...
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