We should realize that the festivities like Dussehra are behind us. These festivals are well—known for the legendary men and the rush of the same. Dasara means simply saying good success on evil. We get the power to grow good by worshiping the gods. Thus we can achieve the merit of evil. And then the world of our chaos is very good and practical. We'll be good along with it.
'Devi' refers to divine authority, which has the form of the royal caste to suppress the evil forces and preserve the moral characteristics. The forces of injustice, immorality, and falsehood have increased in proportion to ratios and when selfishness and self-interest are prevalent, men seek to destroy the evil aspects of energy, intellectual quality, imagining the spirit of the spirit, imagining the form, when it loses all kindness of compassion and compassion. This is the inner meaning of the Dussehra festival.
Divine goddess has a formidable form of fear in the fierce anger of destroying the evil forces. In order to appease the goddess in that terrible form, she is worshiped with female figures and children with red ''Kungumam' (sacred red powder). The goddess saw the blood-red 'Kungumam' at her feet, the wicked were terrified and fled. Those who worshiped her and feared that she could get a form of form. This is the intrinsic meaning of the 'Devi' worship of the red 'Kungumam'
Amavasya festival importance in Hinduism Amavasya, or Amavasi, is the name of new moon night in Hindu religion. It is the first night of the first quarter of the lunar month. Since the moon is invisible on the day, Amavasya is also referred as no moon night. Amavasi holds great importance in Hinduism. Many Hindus choose this day to make offering (tharpanam) to the dead ancestors. There is also an ongoing debate whether Amavasya is auspicious or inauspicious.
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