Dussehra 2020 When Festival Of Dussehra Be Celebrated Know The Auspicious Time Of Puja Vidhi

Dussehra 2020 Date: The festival of Dussehra will be celebrated only in October. According to the Panchang, the festival of Dussehra will be celebrated on the tenth day of Shukla Paksha of Ashwin month. Dussehra Puja has special significance on this day.

Vijay dashmi 2020:  The festival of Dussehra is celebrated with pomp across India. The festival of Dussehra signifies the victory of good over evil. According to the legend, on this day Maryada Purushottam Lord Rama killed Lankapati Ravana. Due to the increasing tyranny and egotism of Ravana, Lord Vishnu incarnated as Rama and killed Ravana and freed the earth from the atrocities of Ravana. The festival of Dussehra is celebrated to commemorate the victory of Ravana, this festival is also called Vijay Dashami. On this day, Mother Durga also killed Mahishasura.

When is Dussehra
, according to Pachang this year, the festival of Dussehra will be celebrated on 25 October 2020. On this day, the Sun will be in Libra and the Moon in Capricorn. Dhanishtha Nakshatra will remain on this day. The festival of Dussehra comes exactly 20 days before Diwali.

The effect of excess month
This year, the festival of Navratri and Dussehra are coming a month late due to the arrival of Adhikar month i.e. Purushottam month. Adhik Maas will conclude on 16 October 2020. Navratri is inaugurating from 17 October and Vijay Dashami will be celebrated on 24 October 2020, the very next day of Ramnavi i.e. 25 October 2020. The festival of Diwali will be celebrated exactly 20 days after Dussehra i.e. on 14 November 2020.

According to Dussehra Puja Muhurta Panchang, on this day i.e. from 25th of October to 41st of minutes, on October 26th, the date of Dashami will be from 8.59 to 59 minutes. Meanwhile, Vijay Muhurta will be from 01 to 55 minutes from 02 till 40. The time of worship is made from 01 to 11 minutes to 03 to 24 minutes.

Importance of Dussehra Puja
Mother Durga and Lord Rama are worshiped on the day of Dussehra. While Maa Durga is a symbol of power, Lord Rama is a symbol of dignity, religion and ideal personality. Strength, dignity, religion and ideal have special importance in life. The person who possesses these qualities attains success.