Write your name on this beautiful Dasara subhakankshalu image to wish Happy Dussehra to your friends and family in a beautiful way.
You can write your own name on this Dasara subhakankshalu image and then share the generated image with your friends or family or make this image as you facebook cover, instagram cover or whatsapp dp or profile pictures to show your love and care for them.
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Write your name in the given text field “Your Name Here” and then click on the “Save Image” button.After some time a new popup window will open that contains download and sharing options.If you find any issues in making cards, wishes or greetings then kindly see our step by step tutorial on :How to Make Mother’s Day Greetings
Dussehra celebrates the Hindu god Rama’s victory over the demon king Ravana and the triumph of good over evil. The epic Ramayana tells the story of the Lord Rama who wins the lovely Sita for his wife, only to have her carried off by Ravana, the demon king of Lanka. Ravana plays an important role in the Ramayana. Ravana had a sister known as Shoorpanakha. She fell in love with the brothers Rama and Lakshamana and wanted to marry one of them. Lakshamana refused to marry her and Rama could not as he was already married to Sita.
Shoorpanakha threatened to kill Sita, so that she could marry Rama. This angered Lakshamana who cut off his nose and ears. Ravana then kidnapped Sita to avenge his sister’s injuries. Rama and Lakshamana later fought a battle to rescue Sita. The monkey god Hanuman and a huge army of monkeys helped them. The Mahabharata is another series of Hindu stories that play a role in the Dussehra festival. The Pandavas were five brothers who fought evil forces with a set of distinctive weapons. They abandoned their weapons and went into exile for one year. They hid their weapons in a Shami tree and found them at the same place when they returned from exile. Then they worshipped the tree before going to a battle, which they won. This epic is also commemorated during Dussehra.