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Festivals are celebrated by the people of India with great enthusiasm. Amongst several festivals, Dussehra is one which is celebrated by the people of the Hindu community. On this day, it is believed that Lord Rama defeated the evil King Ravana. Thus, this day also symbolizes the triumph of good over evil. Usually celebrated on the Ashvin month of the last day of Navaratri, people all over India celebrates this day in their own way. Some take part in Ram Lila while others engage in processions. During evenings, the effigies of Ravana, Meghnand and Kumbhkarana are burnt which symbolizes that the power of goodness and humanity is above all kind of powers. The articles in this chapter discusses about when is Dussehra and the various gifts which you can send to your dear ones on this glorious festival.

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  • Dussehra 2016

    When is Dussehra in 2016 : The Triumph of Good over Evil

    Dussehra Calendar 2016 11th October 2016 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat             1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31           The celebration of Dussehra is very important as it is a lesson in life that good always wins over evil. There are many myths and parables revolving around this festival that we have heard of since we were children. Dussehra can now be considered as a secular festival as people from everywhere take part in the celebration. However, the celebration of Dussehra still takes place according to the lunisolar calendar of the Hindus. Thus, Dussehra is celebrated every year on the dashami of the krishna paksha in the month of Ashwin. So, if you are wondering as to when is Dussehra in 2016 then we would like to inform you that it takes place on the 11th of October which is a Tuesday this year. Dussehra Celebration The celebration of Dussehra is carried out in different ways in different parts of India with a lot of gusto apart from sending gifts to India. Dussehra is primarily a celebration of the victory of Lord Rama over the demon king Ravana. Great effigies of Ravana, Kumbhakaran and Meghnad are created out of fireworks and other inflammable materials. In the evening, a person dressed as Rama ignites an arrow and lights up the large statues with it. Several fairs and other kinds of events are organised for this event with many people gathering to watch this in person. Dussehra is also known as Vijayadashami and it is also considered to be the last day of Durga Puja. The idols of Goddess Durga as well as Her children and Mahishasura are immersed in holy water bodies in the evening.   Such a merry event like Dussehra can become quite emotional for you if you are living in another country. Though you must be missing your friends and family a lot during this time, you can still salvage this situation with Dussehra gift ideas. The gifts that are available on this online gift store are bound to cheer up your loved ones and you can happily spend Dussehra with them. Dussehra Gifts Dry fruits have different types of tastes and this is why these healthy treats are preferred over other types of gifts. The Kaju and Walnut Combo of dry fruits contains crispy and salty cashew nuts along with walnuts. There are also a large variety of sweets showcased on this online gifting portal in different forms. The Kaju Sev in a Moti Worked Tray is a mithai thali that is comprised of kaju sev sweets on a decorated designer tray. You can also send gift hampers for your dear ones in India that contain many types of interesting gifts. The Roses Bunch with Cookies hamper has a bunch of a dozen colourful roses as well as a box of tasty cookies. A gift of chocolates is a very welcome sight on any occasion and a variety of these delectables are available here. The Red Choco Flap Box is filled with handmade chocolates of different designs that have been placed in a red coloured box. Make this Dussehra a grand one for your family and friends with these exclusive gifts from this online gift store. They can be easily used to send online gifts to India on a prestigious occasion like Dussehra where everyone gets together. You can also find here many other gifting options that are suited to be sent on various occasions and events.  

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    When is Dussehra in 2013?

    Dussehra 2013, 14th October, 2013 Dussehra calender 2013 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat     1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31     India is multicultural, multilingual and pluralistic country. Hence various festivals and occasions are celebrated by the Indians with great enthusiasm. Dussehra is one of the most popular festival celebrated generally by the Hindus. Dussehra also known as Vijaya Dashami, celebrated on the tenth day of Ashwin month according to Hindu calendar is one of the main festivals of Indians. As per the Gregorian calendar, this day falls in September-October. This day is celebrated with great fervour and enthusiasm. People keep awaiting for this grand festival much in advance. This festival dates back to 17th century, when the king of Mysore ordered to celebrate this special occasion with great pomp and show. Various mythological tales are associated with this celebration. As the legend goes - It is believed that on this occasion Goddess Durga killed demon Mahishasura after his long period of cruelty and oppression. Another story associated with the origin of this day is that after Kautsa asked King Raghu for 140 million coins to give a tribute to his Guru in return for his knowledge. Raghuraja went to Lord Indra for help who then asked Lord Kuber to rain coins on the city of Ayodhya. After offering 140 million coins to his Guru, Kautsa distributed the rest to the people of Ayodhya.  There is also another legend behind the celebration of Dussehra. It is the celebration of the victory of Lord Rama in rescuing his wife, Sita who was abducted by Ravana, the demon king. It is believed that on this day destroying Ravana, in a fierce battle, Ram rescues his wife. The day is celebrated to commemorate the victory of good over evil. When is Dussehra 2013? Dussehra in 2013 will be observed on 14th October. Shopping, gifting, dining walks along with this celebration. This auspicious day is celebrated in India as well as in Bangladesh with great devotion and joy. Major buildings and roads are decorated with lights. Idols of Goddess Durga along with Saraswati, Laxmi, Ganesha and Kartikeya are placed in the pandals to worship. These pandals are decorated with various items with new themes. Various competitions and programmes are also organized. Various shops and melas are also arranged. People wearing new clothes, visit these pandals to enjoy with their family and friends. Preparation starts one month prior to the festival. Shops, especially of apparels, accessories, home furnishing, etc are loaded with great collection of items. The festival of Dussehra is closely associated with exchanging gifts and sweets. People, before the festival comes send apparels, accessories as Dussehra gifts to wish happiness and prosperity. Even on the festival day and afterwards people keep sending sweets, dry fruits to convey love to their dear ones. If your loved ones are settled somewhere in India, you can also send gifts to India. And to send online gifts, GiftstoIndia24x7.com, the online gifting portal will assist you in delivering gifts. This portal has launched a great collection of Dussehra Gifts, you can avail and send across your loved ones. Your gifts to India will reach the doorstep of the recipient on time which will make you celebration even more grand. Gift options are myriad. Hence you can be sure to find anything of your or your dear one’s choice. And to choose the right one, you just need to browse through the Dussehra Gifts section and make your pick. Your gifts will be delivered just on time and in perfect condition. Your gifts as token of love will convey your emotions this Dussehra 2013. Moreover your gifts will make your loved ones feel your presence despite being far away from them.  

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    When is Dussehra in 2012?

    Dussehra 2012, 24th October, 2012 Dussehra calender 2012 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat   1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31       In the Hindu month of Ashwin and Kartik, Hindus observe ten days celebration of Dussehra. Fasting, lighting candles, bursting crackers are some of the significant parts of this celebration which commemorates the victory of Lord Rama over demon Ravana and also the triumph of Maa Shakti over Mahishasura. In short we can say Dussehra is the celebration of Good over Evil. This celebration starts in Navaratri and ends with ‘Dusshera’, the tenth day festival observed with pomp and gaiety all over the world by the Indians. Dussehra is also known as Vijaya Dashami, because of the victory of Ram over Ravana. On this day in Satya Yug, Ram (the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu), defeated and killed the great demon and King of Lanka, Ravana. People start preparing for the festival much before the day comes. In the Northern part of India, people celebrate this day by performing Ramlila. In the Eastern state of West Bengal it is known as ‘Bijoya Dashami’, the last day of Durga Puja which is celebrated with much fun and merriment. When is Dussehra in 2012 Dussehra in 2012 has fallen on 24th of October. Popular Gifts for Dussehra On the occasion of Dussehra, you can send gifts to convey regard to elders and love to the younger ones. No occasion or festival is complete without gifts, hence delight your loved ones on this upcoming festival with gifts and make the celebration more eventful. Thus it goes without saying that gifts are the indispensable part of all occasions and festivals. Now-a-days online gifting portals have gained much popularity with the growing number of Indians migrating to other countries owing to job responsibilities. Netizens love to browse through the online gifting store to choose the apt gift. Amongst all, Giftstoindia24x7.com, one of the renowned gifting portals has grabbed attention of many, due to its plethora of gifts and ontime delivery. Send Dusshera gifts through this site and make your loved ones feel pampered. The recipient will definitely feel your presence in this festive season when they receive your gifts to India. Send gifts to India and let him/her treasure the memories for long years to come. Since Dussehra is about to come, GiftstoIndia24x7.com brings you a broad range of gifts you can choose from. Some of the gifts are as follows - Apparels - In the Dusshera Gifts section, the site has displayed a wide range of apparels for both men and women. In the Mens wear section, neckties, shirt, jeans and trousers are available. All these clothes are from renowned brands such as Louis Philippe, Allen Solly, Van Heusen and many other to name a few. Apart from this, the site also has arranged a wide collection of sarees and salwar suits for women. Flowers - Flowers are the most widely used gift article ever presented. A bunch of fresh flowers definitely will brighten one’s day. Hence on the upcoming occasion of Dussehra, send your loved ones a bunch of flowers arranged in the site. A wide range of exotic flowers are showcased herein to choose from, such as Assorted Flowers, Carnations, Gerberas,  Orchids, Roses. All these bouquets and arrangements are artistically arranged and decorated with ribbons, fillers and colorful papers to add color to the ambiance. Gift Hampers - Gift hampers are the most wonderful idea to surprise one with. With a gift hamper you can send gift to every members of the family. From cakes, dry fruits, bouquet, soft toys to perfume and vouchers are arranged in these hampers. You can also choose hamper including personal care items for your man or an alluring fragrance if he is fashionable person. You can also wish one good health and prosperity this Dussehra by sending hampers which includes delicious sweets and dry fruits since these two are considered to be auspicious. Chocolates - It is known to all that everyone, irrespective of gender or age, love to have chocolates. Since chocolate has the ability to heighten one's mood, gift from the wide collection of chocolates add charm to the festival. In the chocolate section you will find chocolate and cookies, chocolate hampers, chocolate thali, handmade chocolates to opt from. If your loved one is keeping an eye on his/her calories, you can definitely give him/her a chance to relish the sugar free chocolates. All your gifts will make the occasion eventful. Thus send gifts through GiftstoIndia24x7.com and let your dear ones feel even more special.

  • When is Dussehra in 2011?

    Dussehra 2011, October 6, 2011 Dussehra Calendar 2011 - October 6, 2011 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat             1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31           With the month of September coming to an end, there is certainly an air of excitement among the people of India as it signifies that the festivals are just around the corner. Beginning with the festival of Durga Puja which lasts for 9 days followed by Dussehra, Diwali and ending with Bhai-Dhoj, it is time for joy and merriment. Each of these festivals are celebrated with great zeal and fervour by Indians, especially of the Hindu community. Amongst these joyous festivities, if you are wondering when is Dussehra in 2011, it is on 6th October. It is believed that on this day Lord Rama, defeated the ten-headed King Ravana. Thus, Dussehra is also known as ‘Vijaya Dashmi’ signifying the triumph of ‘good over evil’. People celebrate this festival all over India in their own way. Some engage in public processions while others organize Ram Dhavan in the city. In some parts of India, the whole ‘Ramayan’ is also enacted, known as Ram Lila, 10 days before the main festival. Furthermore, the effigies of Ravana, Meghnand and Kumbhkarana  are burnt which symbolizes that the power of goodness and humanity is above all kind of powers. Bursting crackers, feasting and exchanging gifts also play a significant role on this festival. GiftstoIndia24x7.com is an e-gifting portal with the help of which you can send gifts to India if you are miles away from your loved ones on this festive season. Since Dussehra is an important festival, we bring you a wide assortment of gifts for Dussehra. From delicious sweets, chocolates, crunchy dry-fruits to gift vouchers, home decor items and many more, you can avail from this section. Since sweets and festivals go hand in hand, on this special festival, send your loved ones delicious sweets from our site as gifts to India. You can take your pick from Indian sweets, sweets Hamper and Sweets thali. Since we offer a wide variety of such delicacies in each of these sections, you can be sure that your dear ones will surely savour its taste for many days. If your loved ones prefer chocolates over sweets then you can check out our ‘chocolates’ sections which are filled with the same from renowned brands like Cadbury, Lindt, Valor and so on. Along with these, we also offer handmade chocolates in attractive boxes which will surely appeal to the recipient. Furthermore, a bouquet of flowers will give your gift that perfect touch. Whether it be a bunch of gerberas, roses, lilies, orchids, it will definitely brighten your dear one’s day. Apart from these, if you are planning to gift your loved ones individual items as Dussehra gifts then you can choose from our apparels and accessories categories. For your dear mom, wife, sister or any female relative, you can surprise them with a beautifully designed saree or a salwar suit along with a matching jewellery piece. These gifts will surely bring a big smile on your loved ones faces. Similarly, as gifts for your dad, husband, brother, etc, you can choose from our Men’s wear section which offers trousers, formal shirts from popular brands such as Van Heusen, Park Avenue, Peter England and many more. Along with these, a neck-tie or a pair of cuff-links will add more charm to your gift. With the help of GiftstoIndia24x7.com, today, you can send gifts to India from US or any corner of the world without facing any hassle. Thus, celebrate the triumph of ‘good over evil’ by sending gifts to your loved ones on Dussehra through this site and make their day truly enjoyable.