Vijay Dashmi 2022: Ravana is definitely mentioned on Dussehra because Lord Shri Ram won the victory by killing Ravana on this day. It is known as the triumph of good over evil. There are various interpretations of Ravana’s ten heads. Some claim that Ravana’s ten heads were confused. Simultaneously, some people believe Ravana has ten heads. Let us find out what the truth is.
Sharadiya Navratri has begun. Dussehra falls on the tenth day of Navratri. Dussehra will be celebrated on October 5th this year. It is said that Lord Shri Ram won the victory by killing Ravana on this day, so Ravana Dahan performed on this day. Vijay Dashami is another name for it.
The image of Ravana’s ten heads comes to mind when hearing his name. However, different things are said about Ravana’s ten heads. Some argue that Ravana did not have ten heads. This is a false story. Ravana had created the illusion of only having ten heads. Ravana, according to some beliefs, had ten heads at the same time. Ravana is said to have had ten heads because he knew six darshans and four Vedas. That is why he is referred to as Dashanan and Daskanthi.
Ravana’s ten heads represented evil. Each head represents a different meaning. The 10 heads of Ravana represent anger, lust, greed, attachment, malice, hatred, partiality, arrogance, adultery, and deception. Some religious texts also claim that Ravana wears a garland of nine gems around his neck, which he uses to confuse people by displaying as ten heads.
On Dussehra, Ravana is set ablaze. This custom stems from the fact that ten evils are eradicated on this day. These ten evils should be avoided at all costs.
Ravana was a devoted follower of Lord Shiva. He is said to have done severe penance for many years in order to please Bholenath. When Lord Shiva did not appear, he sacrificed his head in order to please him.
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