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Mysore Dasara 2017 Live – Celebrations from Mysore Palace

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Mysore Dasara 2017 Live – Celebrations from Mysore Palace: Dussehra or Dasara (as it’s glorious in Mysore) is one amongst the foremost auspicious occasions in Asian country. The grand festivities begin 10-days earlier with Navratri throughout which individuals quick and request blessings from divinity Hindu deity.

Dussehra 2017 comes on 30th Septmber 2017. it’s additionally on in this day and age that Lord Ram defeated Ravana, and killed him to rescue his adult female Sita. In most components of North Asian country, vast idols of Ravana ar created and set to fireside on the Dussehra day, signifying the success of excellent over evil.

Mysore Dasara 2017 Live

Mysore Dasara 2017 Live

It is believed that Dasara or Dussehra festivities were first celebrated during the reign of the Vijayanagara kings back in the 14th-century. Goddess Durga was revered as the warrior goddess and therefore, martial event was organised every year with athletic competitions, fireworks and military parades.

Later, during the reign of Krishnaraja Wodeyar III in the year 1805, the tradition of holding a special Durbar at the Mysore palace was started, which was attended by members of the royal family, special invitees, officials and the masses. In the present day, the “Pattada Katti” (royal sword) is worshiped on the day of Dusshera and on the ninth day of the festival, which is also known as Mahanavami, it is placed on the golden throne.

Dussehra 2017: Other activities

The city of Mysore is already gearing up to organize special events on all the 10 days of Dussehra 2017. The city comes alive with music and dance shows, cultural performances, wrestling tournaments and also a grand exhibition that is held in the exhibition grounds opposite to the Mysore Palace, which was started by the Maharaja of Mysore Chamaraja Wodeyar X way back in 1880.

Check out below link to witness live procession online, Watch Here.

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