Dussehra Greetings and Messages
Here is a collection of Greetings and Messages to wish your friends and relatives on Dussehra:

A time for celebration, a time for victory of good over bad, a time when world see the example of power of good. Let us continue the same “true” spirit.

This Dussehra, may you be blessed with good fortune
As long as Ganeshji’s trunk
Wealth and prosperity as big as his stomach
Happiness as sweet as his ladoos
And may your trouble be as small as his mouse
Wish you and your family a fun filled Dussehra!

An auspicious day to start with any good work
It was today that good won victory over bad
May this day clear all hurdles of your life and start new era of well-being
Happy Dussehra!

Fortunate is the one
who has learned to admire,
But not to envy.
Good wishes for a joyous Vijayadashmi,
With a plenty of peace and prosperity

As the candlelight flame
Ur life may always be happy,
As the mountain high
U move without shy,
As sunshine creates morning glory
fragrance fills years as Flory,
All darkness is far away
As light is on its way.

As Shri Ram kills Ravana,
and comes back to people he loves,
As Ma Durga kills Mahishasura,
and prepares to go back to her heavenly abode,
May these good-over-evil stories,
Inspire you towards your own victories!
To meet great targets!
Aspire & Stretch!
Tide over bad-times!
Make the best of your good-times!
& just enjoy!
Wishing your and your family a Very Happy Vijayadashmi!

Everyday sun rise to give us a message
that darkness will always be beaten by light.
Let us follow the same natural rule
and enjoy the festival of the victory of good over the evil.
Happy Dussehra!

December (Marghsheesh / Paush):

India is famous for its deep cultural, philosophical and traditional values. Being a secular nation, Indians enjoy every festival with full pomp and show. Each festival in India is celebrated with the same delight and fervour than with what it is preached. December being the last month of the year, brings a cheerful time for merrymaking and excitement. This month marks the closure of the festival list for the given year giving way to a new set of celebrations waiting to be unveiled.

Though very famous for the chill and the cold, December is also the time for Santa to come down and spread the magic of Christmas all over the world. Apart from this, December is also the time for the much awaited Hornbill Festival. Held in the first week of December, Hornbill is a great opportunity to explore the rich traditions and beauty of Nagaland. The three day long festival of Andhra Pradesh, Lumbini is a huge platform to witness the Buddhist traditions and related events, where thousands to tourists gather and celebrate the 2000 years old tradition.

Melas and fairs have always been close to the hearts of the Indians. In Goa, the Saint Francis Xavier Feast will keep the citizens busy in its largely organized food fair and processions. Hundreds of tourists visit the Bom Jesus Basilica for its morning mass. A cultural event including beach sports, fireworks, races and fun is lined up for the people of Kochi. The Cochin Carnival will be celebrated in the last week of December at the Kochi Fort. The only hill station of Rajasthan is also set to celebrate their favorite Mount Abu Winter Festival this month. It is known to capture the Rajasthani tribal culture and life with fireworks, races and processions.

The Hindu festivals and vrats continue to bloom in December with Utpanna Ekadashi, Vivaha Panchami, Dhanu Sankranti and Geeta Jayanti. Kisan Diwas or Farmer's Day is commemorated on the birth anniversary of Chaudhary Charan Singh and is widely celebrated on the 23rd of December each year in the nation.

December also hosts some of the significant UN days such as the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, World AIDS Day, and the Human Rights Day.

And hold on, the splendour and grandeur just doesn’t end here. The much awaited celebrations and parties at the New Year Eve welcomes the upcoming New Year and bids farewell to the one that gave us a lot to Cheer for!

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