Triumph over darkness with the brightness of purity. Vijaydashami, also known as Dussehra, celebrated on the 10th day of Navratra marks the victory of purity over evil, both symbolically and mythologically. It births prosperity, festivity painted with good health and well being, piousness in the atmosphere and an honour to every woman by revering the Goddess of power-Durga Ma. Every house marks it as the beginning of a prosperous today and tomorrow. 

The amusing fact is that almost every Indian community celebrates it, but with its own ethnic touch. That is what brings the multicultural diversity to a traditional blend. The heterogenic traditions across the nation have their own style of commemorating this day.

We bring to you 10 different ways in which Navratra is celebrated in