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Global Dashain Celebrations: Important Dashain Sait 2021 - Dashain.com.au

It’s Dashain season, the biggest Festival time

Autumn is in full bloom as the rainy season clouds change into flawless blue skies. As the festive season draws near, it gets marked by crisp air, warm weather, and colourful dragonflies. Religion, celebration, and rituals are significant in Nepal during the autumn festival season. However, a pandemic may mean that people will not be able to hold their ceremonies this year within their homes. COVID-19 has caused an increase in cases, so it has become increasingly difficult to observe Dashain season and celebrations that involve social gatherings, such as Teej and Indra Jatra. In 2021, what will be the grand celebration of the Dashain festival? Dashain festivals are not instances of mass gatherings, travelling, and visiting relatives across numerous places. Family members stay in the house to celebrate and enjoy festivals. 

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Dashain Fulpati - what do Nepalese do on the seventh day - Dashain.com.au

Dashain Fulpati – what do Nepalese do on the seventh day? 

The festival of Dashain isn't just about having fun. Several features and importance are associated with it. In society, there are social factors that bind us together. There is a religious significance to the carving, which conveys the message that power and truth prevail. Consequently, everything from apparel to food is in high demand. Distant relatives come together for a family reunion and to seek blessings from the elder. Harmony is the theme of Dashain. The festival is about unity. Overall, it's part of who we are.

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Durga mata Dashain

A comprehensive guide to celebrate Bada Dashain festival in its cultural way

The story reveals the victory story of the goodness "Durga" over the evil "Mahisasur". During the festival of Durga, God Durga is praised for victory over untruth. Accordingly, Dashain's first nine days symbolize the long battle between demon Mahisasur and the different manifest of Durga. The Hindu scriptures state that these two events initiate the festival. Another such epic is Ramayana, in which Bhagavan Ram (an avatar of Vishnu) defeated Ravan, the evil demon king of Lanka. Goddess Durga's blessings made it possible for us to achieve this victory. Unity, triumph, and the beginning of happiness are the essences of the celebrations.

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