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Vijayadashami/ Dusshera – 2020: SMSs, WhatsApp Quotes, Wishes, FB Status & Images


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Well, this Tuesday we all will celebrate the Hindu festival called Vijayadashami, which is celebrated in the whole nation with massive zeal and enthusiasm. Well, the Hindu and the India carnival Vijayadashami is not only celebrated in India, rather the festival, Vijayadashami is also celebrated by some Indian and Hindu diaspora people who are settled in the abroad for such a long time, especially, Bengali people because the Hindu festival Vijayadashami is all about that.

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It is the Hindu festival Vijayadashami is also known as the Dasahara, Dusshera, Dasara, Dussehra or Dashain which is an important day and celebration of the Hindu festival, Navratri, and it is last and the final day of the Hindu festival Navratri, which is also known as Durga Puja, in East India and West Bengal is celebrating as the Vijayadashami or Dusshera which is touted and regarded as very sacred and pious festival anyway.

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Vijayadashami/ Dusshera: Status & Quotes

The main importance and significances’, of the Hindu festival, Vijayadashami, is that the day is rejoiced and celebrate with an epitome of the fact, that it marks the victory of good over evil which is also spread positive vibes and some good ambiances and feelings towards our near and dear ones, and make atmosphere of our society as good as it can be.



On the occasion of the Hindu festival, Vijayadashami, we all seek blessings from our elder people, by touching their feet and greeting them “Shubho Vijaya”.

This gesture which is considered as such a cute gesture is especially followed in the West Bengal or amongst the Bengali people, then they all after wishing Happy Vijayadashami, greet each other by offering some delicious meals and sweets which is also regarded as one of the most common features of the festival Vijayadashami and its celebration indeed.