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Vijayadashmi Dussehra 2016 Shubh Muhurat Best Timings for Ravan dahan

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Dussehra festival is also celebrated as Vijayadashami or Dasara in many parts of India. This year in 2016, the Dussehra festival is going to be celebrated on 22nd of Oct 2016

Vijayadashmi (Dussehra) Pujan Shubh Muhurat Timing | 2016 Dasara Tithi & Exact Timing | Happy Dussehra Vidhi, Timing & Online Mantra

Vijayadashmai 2016 Pujan Timing Dussehra, also known as Vijayadashmi, is a major Indian festival celebrated on the tenth day of Ashvin month according to the Hindu calendar. This day falls in the month of September or October. The day culminates a 9 day fasting period of Navratri in the Hindu culture. The day also coincides with immersion of the idol of Goddess Durga. The day is celebrated to commemorate the killing of Ravana by Lord Rama. The day also celebrates the killing of demon Mahishasur by Goddess Durga. Dussehra celebration spreads the message of the victory of good over sin.

Vijayadashami is celebrated as victory of Lord Rama over Demon Ravana and also triumph of Goddess Durga over the buffalo Demon Mahishasura. Vijayadashami is also known as Dussehra orDasara. In Nepal Dasara is celebrated as Dashain. Shami Puja, Aparajita Puja (अपराजिता पूजा) and Seema Avalanghan (सीमा अवलंघन or सीमोल्लंघन) are some of the rituals which are followed on the day of Vijayadashami. According to Hindu division of the day, these rituals should be done during Aparahna time.

Dussehra Puja Vidhi 2016

Dear visitors here you will get to know that how to perform Dussehra puja vidhi 2016 and vijaya dashami puja Muhurat 2016 in Hindi, English, Sanskrit, telugu, Tamil date and time with mantra and download free pdf with in a short time. As we know that the time of Vijaya Dashami that would have another name Dussehra in various regions in India is almost come on 22nd October this year, so be prepare yourself and collect all the useful information that will help you to know the process of Dussehra puja vidhi 2016.
Dusshera is celebrated on the 10th day of Shukla Paksh in the month of Ashwin. On this day, Shri Ram killed Ravan that is why it is also called Vijaya Dashami (victorious day). Traditionally the effigies of Ravan, his brother Kumbhkaran and son Meghanath are filled with crackers and burnt.
On this day citing the bird Neelkanth is of great importance. It is supposed to be personified form of Shivji. Dusshera puja is performed by both men and women.

Preparation for the Puja
  • Image of Dussehra
  • Cow dung, chuna
  • Roli,moli, chawal, flowers
  • Jhuwara which is grown on Navratri day
  • Banana, mooli (radish), gwarphalli (flat cluster beans)
  • Jaggery,1-1/4 kg chawal, money for offering, kheer, puri
  • Bahikhata (account books)
  • Vidhi / Method of Performing Puja
  • Draw the Dussehra image with wheat flour/chuna, put 9 tikki with cow dung.
  • Make 2 katories of cow dung with a lid. In one katori, keep coins and in the other keep a little roli, chawal, fruit and jhuwara.
  • Do puja with water, mooli, roli, chawal, flowers and jhuwara.
  • Offer banana, mooli, gwarphalli, jaggery, 1-1/4 kg chawal.
  • Light the dhoop and deepak, do the parikrama.
  • Puia is done of the old bahikhata by offering flowers, jhuwara, roli and chawal.
  • On this day only new bahikhata for Diwali puja are ordered.
  • After the puja, money from the cow dung box is taken out and placed in the safe.
  • Food and dakshina are offered to the Brahmin

Shubh Muhurat Timing for Dussehra Pujan

  • Vijay Muhurat = 13:53 to 14:38= Duration = 0 Hours 44 Mins
  • Aparahna Puja Time = 13:08 to 15:22= Duration = 2 Hours 13 Mins
  • Dashami Tithi Begins = 11:58 on 22/Oct/2016
  • Dashami Tithi Ends = 09:51 on 23/Oct/2016
It is believed that the celebration of Dussehra started in the 17th century, when the king of Mysore ordered the celebration of the day on a grand scale. Ever since, the day is celebrated with great fervor and energy. There are a lot of mythological tales associated with the day. According to Ramayana,
Ravana was killed by Lord Rama on this day as revenge against the cruel act of kidnapping Goddess Sita by the former. Mythology also has it that Goddess Durga killed demon Mahishasura after a long spell of cruelty and oppression by Mahishasura. Another story associated with the origins of this day is the raining of gold coins. After Kautsa asked King Raghu for 140 million coins to give an offering to his Guru in return for his knowledge, Raghuraja went to Indra for help who then asked Lord Kuber to rain coins on the city of Ayodhya. After giving 140 million coins to his Guru, Kautsa distributed the rest to the people of Ayodhya.


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