Dussehra 2015 Shubh Muhurat, Vijaydashmi Puja time, Ravan Dahan Samay or दशहरा शुभ मुहर्त 22 October 2015 dashara pooja / worship: Dussehra or Vijaydashmi is comes to the corner. This year Dussehra or vijaydashmi 2015 is fall on October 22nd. Dussehra is one of the grand festival of Hindus famous via Vijaya Dashami. Dussehra will be celebrated with great zeal and gusto again as Vijaya Dashami 2015 across India. Dussehra or Vijay Dashmi holds a very special significance and many historical importances. Read further to know the mysterious facts about this festival signifying the victory of good over evil and the Dussehra pujan vidhi (worship process) and Dussehra 2015 shubh muhurat or Vijayadashami 2015 worship auspecious time.
Vijayadashami 2015 Puja Shubh Muhurat or Dussehra 2015 puja auspecious Date and time:
- Vijayadashami 2015 Auspecious Date = 22nd October, 2015 (Thursday)
- Vijay Muhurat (Vijayadashami or Dussehra Puja Shubh muhurat) begins = 13:57 or 01:57 PM (IST)
- Vijay Muhurat (Vijayadashami or Dussehra Puja Shubh muhurat) ends = 14:42 or 02:42 PM (IST)
- Duration of Vijay Muhurat = 0 Hours 44 Mins
Aparahna Puja Shubh Muhurat
- Aparahna Puja 2015 Auspecious Date = 22nd October, 2015, (Thursday)
- Aparahna Puja auspecious time begins = 13:12 or 01:12 PM (IST)
- Aparahna Puja auspecious time end = 15:26 or 03:26 PM (IST)
- Duration of Aparahna Puja = 2 Hours 14 Mins
Dashami Tithi Shubh Muhurat:
- Dashami Tithi 2015 Auspecious date = 22nd October, 2015, (Thursday) to 23rd October, 2015, (Friday)
- Dashami Tithi Begins = 11:58 on 22nd October, 2015
- Dashami Tithi Ends = 09:51 on 23rd October, 2015
Choghadiya Muhurat on Vijayadashami 2015:
Choghadiya or Chogadia muhurat is used for auspicious time to start new work.
Day Choghadiya 22nd October, 2015 (Thursday)
- 05:39 – 07:05 Shubh
07:05 – 08:30 Rog
08:30 – 09:55 Udveg
09:55 – 11:21 Char
11:21 – 12:46 Labh
12:46 – 14:12Amrit
14:12 – 15:37Kaal (Kaal Vela)
15:37 – 17:02 Shubh (Vaar Vela)
- 17:02 – 18:37Amrit
18:37 – 20:12Char
20:12 – 21:46Rog
21:46 – 23:21Kaal
23:21 – 24:56+Labh (Kaal Ratri)
24:56+ – 26:30+ Udveg
26:30+ – 28:05+Shubh
28:05+ – 29:40+ Amrit
There are four good Choghadiya, Amrit, Shubh, Labh and Char, auspicious time to start new work. Three bad Choghadiya, Rog, Kaal and Udveg, should be avoided.
Significance of Dussehra or Vijaya Dashami:
Vijayadashami or Dussehra is celebrated as the historical victory of Lord Rama avatar of Lord Vishnu over Demon Ravana King of Lanka. This day is also triumph of Goddess Durga over the buffalo Demon Mahishasura. Vijayadashami is highly known or famous as Dussehra or Dasara and celebrated by all hindus across India. In Nepal Dasara is celebrated as Dashain. This year Dussehra 2015 will be celebrated on October 22nd Dussehra.
Meaning of Dussehra:
Dussehra celebration is one of the highly populoor among youth specially kids and children because ob this day Dussehra fair and their toys stalls always center of attraction for kids and children. Since childhood, we all are listen that we celebrate Dussehra because its Hindus festival and we celebrating it by burning statue of King of Lanka or Demon King Ravana. Children of all age group enjoy the festival of Dussehra.
The name Dussehra has originated from Sanskrit. Dussehra comes from the combinations of two words Dasha or Hara, which means Dasha (ten) – Hara (defeat). Hence this day is symbolizing the defeat of Ten headed Demon king Ravana. On the other hand, ‘Vijaya-dashami’ means the victory of the good over the evil on the tenth day of the Hindu Calendar.
Historical Story Behind Dussehra celebration:
The real story behind the celebration of Dussehra read out here; as we all belived that that every Hindu festival holds a real meaning and a historical story or reason behind its celebration, simillarly Dussehra have celebration have a story that we are trying to cover here;
During the 14 year exile of Lord Rama with Sita (wife of Rama) and Laxman (Younger brother of Rama), Devi Sita was abducted by Demon King Ravana (in his ego, pride and revenge), and kept in Ashoka Vatika in Lanka.
According to the holy scripture Ramayana, Lord Rama fought against Ravana’s Sena along with his brother Laxman, his devotee Hanuman and the Vanar Sena (monkeys) for 9 days. It is believed that Lord Rama worshiped the Goddess, and with her blessing killed demon king Ravana on the 10th day of Ashwin month. Since then, we celebrate this festival as Dussehra or Vijaya Dashami.
Post the battle, Rama returned to Ayodhya with brother Laxman and wife Devi Sita; hence, this day is celebrated as Diwali in India.
Dussehra is believed to mark an end to all the injustice, cruelty, ego, anger, pride, one’s evil thoughts, and citing an example to remember throughout one’s lifetime.