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IMPORTANCE OF FESTIVAL-DUSSEHRA IN INDIAN CULTURE

Dussehra (Vijayadashami) 2017: Celebration, History, Importance and Significance of this Festival
Dussehra marks the end of Durga Puja for those in eastern and northeastern states of India and in the northern and southern states, the festival also signifies the victory of Lord Ram over Ravana, who had abducted Sita.
BY: LIFESTYLE DESK | NEW DELHI |
PUBLISHED ON:SEPTEMBER 30, 2017 12:00 AM

The tenth day of Navratri celebrations is known as Vijayadashami or Dussehra (Dasara). The festival marks the victory of good over evil and is celebrated on the tenth day of the month Ashwin of the Hindu calendar. It signifies the end of Durga Puja for those in eastern and northeastern states of India and commemorates the victory of goddess Durga over Mahishasura, the demon king. In the northern and southern states, the festival also signifies the victory of Lord Ram over Ravana, who had abducted Sita.
The Hindu religious festival is celebrated across cities in India and in Nepal. Many conclude the celebrations by taking part in processions to a river or sea-side to immerse the clay statues of Saraswati, Lakshmi, Ganesha and Durga. Devotees immersing the idols ask for absolution of sins and blessings from the gods. As part of Dussehra celebrations, enormous effigies of Ravana, most times along with that of his brothers Meghanada and Kumbakaran, are burnt in huge open grounds, signifying Ram’s victory over the king of Sri Lanka. Dussehra also marks the onset of preparations for the festival of lights — Diwali, which falls twenty days after the festival.
Celebrations also include organising the famed and popular Ramlila performances which involves people enacting the life and glory of the righteous Lord Ram through short plays. In cities like Varanasi however, the entire life of Ram is acted out by artists every evening for an entire month.
Dussehra is celebrated with much fervour and excitement in the northern states of Varanasi, Ayodhya, Vrindavan, Madhubani, Almora and other cities of Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar and Uttarakhand. The festivities is known as Kullu Dussehra in Himachal Pradesh and Dashain in Nepal.

By aruna sharma.

IMPORTANCE OF FESTIVAL-DUSSEHRA IN INDIAN CULTURE

Dussehra (Vijayadashami) 2017: Celebration, History, Importance and Significance of this Festival
Dussehra marks the end of Durga Puja for those in eastern and northeastern states of India and in the northern and southern states, the festival also signifies the victory of Lord Ram over Ravana, who had abducted Sita.
BY: LIFESTYLE DESK | NEW DELHI |
PUBLISHED ON:SEPTEMBER 30, 2017 12:00 AM

The tenth day of Navratri celebrations is known as Vijayadashami or Dussehra (Dasara). The festival marks the victory of good over evil and is celebrated on the tenth day of the month Ashwin of the Hindu calendar. It signifies the end of Durga Puja for those in eastern and northeastern states of India and commemorates the victory of goddess Durga over Mahishasura, the demon king. In the northern and southern states, the festival also signifies the victory of Lord Ram over Ravana, who had abducted Sita.
The Hindu religious festival is celebrated across cities in India and in Nepal. Many conclude the celebrations by taking part in processions to a river or sea-side to immerse the clay statues of Saraswati, Lakshmi, Ganesha and Durga. Devotees immersing the idols ask for absolution of sins and blessings from the gods. As part of Dussehra celebrations, enormous effigies of Ravana, most times along with that of his brothers Meghanada and Kumbakaran, are burnt in huge open grounds, signifying Ram’s victory over the king of Sri Lanka. Dussehra also marks the onset of preparations for the festival of lights — Diwali, which falls twenty days after the festival.
Celebrations also include organising the famed and popular Ramlila performances which involves people enacting the life and glory of the righteous Lord Ram through short plays. In cities like Varanasi however, the entire life of Ram is acted out by artists every evening for an entire month.
Dussehra is celebrated with much fervour and excitement in the northern states of Varanasi, Ayodhya, Vrindavan, Madhubani, Almora and other cities of Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar and Uttarakhand. The festivities is known as Kullu Dussehra in Himachal Pradesh and Dashain in Nepal.

By aruna sharma.

Miss .Spring or Autumn

Why are you surprised to see me;

I am not that girl who you imagine.

Do you know my name, Mr.What?;

My name is Miss. Strange wine.

Go ahead to the next door;

After then think something before knocking.

I am half spring and half autumn as my personality having.

Spring is my hope and I can not leave its side.

Autumn is my present but no depression on my side.

My whole personality is dressed up with waiting and achievement.

All happiness after waiting in autumn is my summary of life’s entertainment.

From childhood to this age, my life has taught me how to have hope.

So my bucket is full forever with love’s flower, don’t have to hang any rope.

Written by aruna sharma.

28.09.2017                  1.02am

Sadiyon se…

Sadiyon se khade hein ye do imaartein;

Bulandi se sir uthaye aasmaan ki taraf. 

Jaise aasmaan wala baahein failaaye khada us taraf.

– 

Butkhana ho ya ibaadatkhana,

Matha tekne ke nishaan peshaani pe bayaan.

Kya fark padta he ,maathe pe tikaa laga ho ya ragad se pade syaah nishan.

Fark to padta he tab jab ibaadat karke pyaar se,

Baahar aate hi girti he bijliyaan nigaahon se.

Aye naadan!!pyaar ka sajda karke;

Tu deta he kya paigaam jamaane ko.

Ye koi tarika nahi tera apna majhab bachaane ko.

Qaynaat banaane waale ne to fakat ek pyaar ka majhab banaya;

Aur tumne us gulistaan ko kabristaan banaya.

Mala ho rudraksh ki ya gino motiyaan tasbih ki;

Jubaan pe pyaar per dil me mail sirf fazihat he masih ki.

Vo saare chaand taarien mere tumahaare nahin sabke hein.

Jo bhi nazar dekhti he unhe pyaar se,

Vo sab nazaaren tasvvur me sabke hein.

ALLAH TERO NAAM;ISHWER TERO NAAM…

Written by aruna sharma.

25.09.2017.       .      8.52pm

Tashbih’-rosary of muslim

Taaruf rog to nahi majhabon ka…

Kitane paas hein ye majhab;

Kyon insaano ne baant diya.

Yahaan kitne khoobsoorat taalukaat;

Taarufu ka marz nahi kyon marz bana diya.

Butkhana -o-ibaadatkhaana yajaan,

Roj gale milte hein,dekha he kabhi.

Ram-o-Rahim ki jodi karti roj guftgu;

Us pyaar ki mithaas ko mahsoosa he kabhi.

Ek makaan he to duza uski khidki-o-roshandaan;

Khudayi ki khidmat ka ye namoona dekha he kabi.

Kuch khayaal karo ,kuch dua-salaam karo;

Roj to mil jaate hein kisi na kisi marhale pe.

Fir bhi na samajh aaye to,kashi me mathaa teko ya karbala yaad karo.

Aasmaan waale ka dastoor ye pakka,

Insaano se chahe pyaar nahi tumko;

USKE pass bhi nahi dil ki in dooriyon

Me ataa kare khairaat-e-dua tumko.

Written by aruna sharma.

24.9.2017.                7.29.

Taaruf-introduction of each other.

Ata-to give

Khairaat-charity 

Butkhana-temple

Ibaadatkhana-mosque

All images are taken from google.

English translation -aajkal me dhal gaya….

Movie: Beti Bete (1964)
Lyrics:Shailendra
Music: Shankar-Jaikishen.

An immortal lullaby of Rafi Sahaab: Aaj Kal Me.n Dhal Gayaa…where sorrow seeks solace in the arms of Morpheus.

Roman Transliteration/English Translation of the original lyrics:

Aaj kal me.n dhal gaya,
“TODAY” HAS TRANSFORMED INTO THE MORROW,

Din huwa tamaam,
THE DAY IS OVER,

Tuu bhee so jaa
YOU TOO GO TO BED,

So gayee, rangg bharee shaam,
THE VIBRANT EVENING IS ASLEEP.

Aaj kal me.n dhal gaya,
“TODAY” HAS TRANSFORMED INTO THE MORROW,

Din, huwa tamaam,
THE DAY IS OVER,

Tuu bhee so jaa
YOU TOO GO TO BED,

So gayee, rangg bharee shaam,
THE VIBRANT EVENING IS ASLEEP.

Aaj kal me.n dhal gaya…
“TODAY” HAS TRANSFORMED INTO THE MORROW,

So gayaa chaman chaman,
EVERY FLOWER-GARDEN IS ASLEEP,

So gayee kali kali,
EVERY FLOWER-BUD IS ASLEEP,

So gaye hai.n sab nagar,
THE ENTIRE TOWN IS ASLEEP,

So gayee gali gali,
EVERY LANE IS ASLEEP,

So gayaa chaman chaman,
EVERY FLOWER-GARDEN IS ASLEEP,

So gayee kali kali,
EVERY FLOWER-BUD IS ASLEEP,

So gaye hai.n sab nagar,
THE ENTIRE TOWN IS ASLEEP,

So gayee gali gali,
EVERY LANE IS ASLEEP,

Neend keh rahi hai chal
THE SLEEP SAYS: “COME,

Meri baahe.n tham,
HOLD ON TO MY ARMS,”

Tuu bhee so jaa
YOU TOO GO TO BED,

So gayee, rangg bharee shaam,
THE VIBRANT EVENING IS ASLEEP.

Aaj kal me.n dhal gaya…
“TODAY” HAS TRANSFORMED INTO THE MORROW…

Hai bujhaa bujhaa saa dil,
REPRESSED IS THE HEART

Bojh saa.ns saa.ns par,
WITH HEAVINESS ON EVERY BREATH,

Jee rahe.n hai.n phir bhee hamm,
STILL WE’RE ARE SURVIVING

Sirf kal ki aas par,
ONLY IN THE HOPE OF THE FUTURE,

Hai bujhaa bujhaa saa dil,
REPRESSED IS THE HEART

Bojh saa.ns saa.ns par,
WITH HEAVINESS ON EVERY BREATH,

Jee rahe.n hai.n phir bhee hamm,
STILL WE’RE ARE SURVIVING

Sirf kal ki aas par,
ONLY IN THE HOPE OF THE FUTURE,

Keh rahi hai chaandni
SAYS THE MOONLIGHT

Le ke tera naam,
ADDRESSING YOUR NAME:

Tuu bhee so jaa
“YOU TOO GO TO BED

So gayee, rangg bhari shaam,
THE VIBRANT EVENING IS ASLEEP”.

Aaj kal me.n dhal gaya…
“TODAY” HAS TRANSFORMELD INTO THE MORROW…

Kaun aayegaa idhar,
NO ONE WILL COME HERE,

Kis ki raah dekhe.n hamm,
WHOM SHOULD WE WAIT FOR ?

Jin ki aahTe.n sunee,
THAT APPROACHING SOUND WE HEARD,

Jaane kis ke theh qadam,
WHO KNOWS WHOSE FOOTSTEPS THEY WERE,

Kaun aayegaa idhar,
NO ONE WILL COME HERE,

Kis ki raah dekhe.n hamm,
WHOM SHOULD WE WAIT FOR ?

Jin ki aahTe.n sunee,
THAT APPROACHING SOUND WE HEARD,

Jaane kis ke theh qadam,
WHO KNOWS WHOSE FOOTSTEPS THEY WERE,

Apna koi bhee nahi.n,
NO ONE IS OURS

Apne hai.n toh Ram,
ONLY RAM IS OURS,

Tuu bhee so jaa
YOU TOO GO TO BED

So gayee, rangg bhari sham,
THE VIBRANT EVENING IS ASLEEP.

Aaj kal me.n dhal gaya
“TODAY” HAS TRANSFORMED INTO THE MORROW…

Din huwa tamaam,
THE DAY IS OVER,

Hmmm hmmm hmmm
O~~~O~~O
Hmmm, hmmm hmmm..

Nasir.