Good Happy Dussehra Sms

Dusshera signifies the victory of good over evil.
May all the evils in and around you vanish by the virtue of the goodness in and around you. Happy Dusshera!

Happy Dussehra to all of you.
May lord Rama bless u n ur family with his choicest blessings.

On this auspicious occasion of Durga Puja,
I wish you are blessed with prosperity
And success by Ma Durga. HAPPY DURGA PUJA

May God bless you with all success on
The auspicious occasion of Dussahra and
You may be capable of defeating all evils of your life.

Celebrate The Victory Of The
Force Of Good Over Evil.
Lets Celibrate An Auspicious Day
To Begin New Thing In Life.
Happy Dussera.

This Dusshera,
I wish you to develop all the qualities of Lord Rama.
May you be an ideal son,
A perfect brother and an idyllic husband! Happy Dusshera!

This Navratri, 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.
Good Happy Dussehra Sms

Those empty spaces were my silent prayers,
Asking Maa Durga to guide & protect you
Always in whatever YOU do & wherever YOU are!

May Maa Durga empower u &
Ur family with her Nine Swaroopa of
Bhakti & Shakti.

This Navratri light the lamp of happiness, prosperity and knowledge,
Happy Navratri!

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

May this Dasara,
Light up for you.
The hopes of Happy times,
And dreams for a year full of smiles!
Wish you Happy Dasara.

Let The Joy Of Festivity
Embrace You & Your Loved Ones
On The Occassion Of Dussehra This Year!
Very Very Happy Dussehra
To You & Your Family

This Navratri light the lamp of
Prosperity and
Happy Navratri!

On this auspicious occasion,
I wish the color, bliss and beauty
Of this festival…
Be with you throught the year!
Happy dasara

May the divine blessings of maa durga be with you always!
Happy Dasara

On this day in the Treta Yug, Shri Ram, the seventh incarnation of Vishnu, killed the great demon Ravana who had abducted Rama’s wife Sita to his kingdom of Lanka. Rama, his brother Lakshmana, their follower Hanuman and an army of monkeys fought a great battle to rescue Sita. Rama had performed “Chandi Homa” and invoked the blessings of Durga, who blessed Rama with secret knowledge of the way to kill Ravana. On the day of Ashvin Shukla Dashami, Rama’s party found Sita and defeated Ravana. Thus it is termed as Vijaya Dashami.
Happy Vijaya Dashami!

In most of northern India and some parts of Maharashtra, Dasha-Hara is celebrated more in honour of Rama. During these 10 days many plays and dramas based on Ramayana are performed. These are called Ramlila.
There are outdoor fairs and large parades with effigies of Ravana (a mythical king of ancient Sri Lanka), his brother Kumbhakarna and son Meghanad. The effigies are burnt on bonfires in the evening. The onset of cold weather is believed to encourage infections. The burning of the effigies, filled with firecrackers containing phosphorus, supposedly purifies the atmosphere.