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Durga Puja

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The day of Durgas victory is celebrated as Vijayadashami Bengali, Dashain Nepali or Dussehra Hindi these words literally mean the Victory of Tenth day.In North India, the tenth day, signifying Ramas victory in his battle against the demon, is celebrated as gigantic straw effigies of Ravana are burnt in designated open spaces.In Mysore Karnataka, she is worshipped as Chamundeshwari, the patron goddess of the city during Dussehra.In Gujarat it is celebrated as the last day of Navaratri, during which the Garba dance is performed to celebrate the vigorous victory of Mahishasuramardini Durga.In Maharashtra Tulja Bhavani and Ambabai is worshipped as Mahishasur Mardini and is patron goddess of land. Bhavani is known as Tulaja, Amba, Renuka, Yamai, Saptshrungi, Jogai in different places of Maharashtra.


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