Good morning everyone present here, today I am going to give a speech on Dussehra. The Hindus celebrate the festival of Dussehra, it is one of India’s most significant festivals. All around the nation, people celebrate Dussehra with a lot of joy and love. Diwali is two to three weeks after Dussehra. As a result, it typically occurs between September and October.
In various parts of India, Vijayadashami is another name for Dussehra. If we ignore regional variations, the festival’s principal rituals all revolve around the idea of good triumphing over evil. According to Hindu mythology, Goddess Durga expelled the monster known as Mahishasura from the planet on this day. Other traditions state that Lord Rama confronted and killed the Demon King Ravana on this day.
In North India, people perform the Ram-Leela by wearing masks and using diverse dance styles. They create paperboard representations of the three main demons, such as Ravana, Meghanada, and Kumbakarna, in accordance with the Ramayana. Then, in order to burn them, explosives are placed inside them. Typically, a chief guest is invited to dress up as Lord Rama and burn the effigy. There are thousands of fans watching this event, which is held in an open field.
Every age group has fun at this fair. They see the fireworks and are spellbound by the breathtaking sights. Children eagerly anticipate this day and beg their parents to take them to witness the firecrackers.
We learn from Dussehra that good always triumphs over evil. It demonstrates the value of justice and truth. It also gives us hope that there is light at the end of the tunnel. Thank you