DUSSEHRA (DASARA) festival marks the end of the nine-day long festival of Naravratras. The day is commemorated as the day Lord Ram attained victory over Ravana, and therefore, this festival symbolizes the victory of good over evil. There are many different ways of celebration of Dussehra (DASARA) in India. As a celebration, the symbolic statues of Ravana and his brothers Meghnath and Kumbhkaran, are build and placed at different avenues to be burnt by an arrow of fire. Mysore Dussehra (DASARA) is famous for the celebration of 10 days DASARA program, a tourist from all over the world visit Mysore to attend this festival.
In recent years, Mangalore Dussehra (DASARA) celebration also attracting huge crowd during these ten days celebration, the famous Kudroli Temple becoming famous year after year for its well organized Dasara Celebration, Mangalore Dasara celebration is attended by the most number of people of all religions irrespective of their belief and faith.
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