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!

February (Magh/ Phalgun):

February brings us to another month of vibrant and colorful chain of fairs and festivals. Beginning with the Surajkund Crafts Mela, February gives way to a fifteen day long celebration altogether. The Alwar Festival from February 13th to February 15th, will be a complete entertainment package with camel races, puppeteers, mustache matches, turban tying competitions and what not.

Shekhawati Festival from February 12th to 15th is a great opportunity to peep into the cultural expanse of Rajasthan and its people. This month, a week-long Kala Ghoda Arts Festival is a crowd puller for creative minds and so is the Taj Mahotsav which is starting from the 18th of February.

Dance and Music lovers won't be disappointed at all as two great dance festivals - Konark Dance Festival and Khajuraho Dance Festival - are scheduled for this month itself. Also, the world renowned Jaisalmer Desert Festival from 17th February will be a complete entertainment package witnessing processions of traditional artists and performers from all round the Rajasthan.

February hosts the auspicious Vasant Panchami which marks the beginning of Vasant Ritu. On this day Goddess Saraswati is worshipped in various names - the Goddess of Learning, the deity of Gayatri, the fountain of fine arts and science, and the symbol of supreme vedantic knowledge. People from all corners of the world will gather to take holy baths at the Ganges on the auspicious days of Kumbha Sankranti and Magha Purnima. Auspicious days of Ratha Saptami, Bhishma Ashtami, Jaya Ekadashi, Agni Utsav are also a part of this month. Shivaji Jayanti has special significance for Maharashtrians who every year celebrate his birthday both on February 19th and on Phalgun Krishna.

Well, how can we forget, February is the month of celebrating love! And it's the Valentine's Day and the week long celebration prior to it, that makes all the young and old hearts throb every time it arrives!

Some other important festivals falling this month are Karaga Festival, Losar Festival and Pariyanampetta Pooram.

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