Explore Dussera Around India with Savaari

Immerse Yourself in Gujarat’s Navratri

Navratri is a celebration devoted to all the nine forms of Goddess Durga and the tenth day is celebrated as Dussehra. When we think of Gujarat, and its festivals, Navratri, the traditional festival of Gujarat is the first thing that comes to our mind. It is the holiest festival that commences on the first day of the Hindu month Ashvin. A major part of the festivities is a dance form performed with enormous splendour in all villages and cities of Gujarat. Read more…

Celebrate Durga Pujo in the Magnificent Kolkata

The Durga Pujo or Durgotsava or Durga Puja is celebrated with immense joy and magnificence by the Bengali community in India. Though it’s a predominately Bengali festival, everyone joins the celebration without any restrictions on religion, caste, creed or age. The Durga Puja is celebrated to commemorate the victory of Goddess Durga over the evil King Mahishasura. It is also celebrated to welcome the union of the Goddess with her sons, Ganesh & Kartikeya and husband, Lord Shiva. Read more…

A Royal Dussera Celebration in Mysore

Dussehra is celebrated across the country with a lot of zest and zeal. What is so special about Mysore Dussehra or Mysuru Dasara as the people in south call it? Similar to the Durga Puja in Kolkata, Ganesh Chaturthi in Maharashtra, the Mysuru Dasara is a statewide celebration for the people of Karnataka. It is a 400-year-old rich tradition that the people of Karnataka have been practising since generations. The Mysore Dussehra festival dates back to 15th Century A.D. in South India when the Vijayanagar Dynasty began celebrating the ten-day festival. Read more…

Traditional Golu Celebrations in Tamil Nadu

Navaratri festival in Tamil Nadu is celebrated to praise and pray to the Goddesses Durga, Lakshmi, and Saraswati. The tenth day which is the tenth lunar day in Hindu calendar is celebrated as the “Vijayadashami” or Dussehra. For anyone who has never witnessed the fervour and celebrations of Dusshera down South, the entire experience can leave you enchanted. Evenings are the most pleasant part of the day during the “Golu” festival. Devotees dress up for the occasion and visit each other’s Golu decorations at home as well as in temples. They sing songs & bhajans and pray to the goddess. Read more…

Experience the Magic of Ramleela in Delhi

Dussehra, a festival that denotes the triumph of good over evil is celebrated across India, and New Delhi is no different. It is celebrated to remember and rejoice the defeat of demon king Ravan by Lord Rama as per the holy Hindu text, the Ramayana. Delhi is one of the best places to experience the grand celebrations of Dussehra in North India. Since Delhi is a home to a number of cultures, the festival is celebrated in a variety of ways and manners that will leave you enthralled. Read more…

 

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