Dussehra 2022 Date: Numerological and Spiritual Significance of Dussehralineology_admin
When is Dussehra in 2022? Every year, at the conclusion of Navratri, Dussehra and Vijayadashami are observed to mark the victory of virtue over evil. The festival will take place this year on October5, 2022.
One of the most significant and revered Hindu holidays, Dussehra is observed nationwide. After the nine auspicious days of Navratri, on the tenth day of the lunar month Ashwin, Dussehra is observed. The word Dussehra, which is a mix of the words Dasa and Hara, signifies the removal of ten heads. The ten-headed Ravana being beheaded by Lord Rama is where the name comes from.
Story Behind Dussehra:
There are numerous stories related to Dussehra. According to legend, Lord Vishnu assumed the form of Lord Rama during the Treta Yuga, which began then. It's also thought that Lord Rama, King Dasaratha's son, was born to put an end to Ravana's evil existence.
According to Hindu mythology, Lord Rama's wife Sita was the object of Ravana's passion. Ravana was the demon ruler of Lanka, a region to the south of India. Sita was taken captive by Ravana and kept in his realm of Lanka. With the aid of his brother Lakshman and Lord Hanuman, Lord Rama invaded Lanka with an army of monkeys and on the tenth day of the war, killed Ravana.
The first nine days are known as Navratri, and the tenth, on which Ravana is slain, is known as Dussehra. The demon Ravana's effigies are burned to mark the end of the Navratri festival. The execution of Ravana represents the victory of good over evil.
Numerological Significance of Dussehra:
In numerology, number 10 represents the "wheel of fortune." It's a number that represents movement like manthan, the good and the bad, the divine and the evil, and ups and downs.
10 is a holy number that represents the union of being and non-being, a return to harmony. Because 10 represents the end of a cycle, they are exceptionally skilled in anything they choose to accomplish, but they do it on their own terms.
Ravana, referred to as the king of rakshasas, has ten heads. But he didn't come into the world with ten heads. Let's solve Ravana's riddle and discover the tale of his ten heads in this blog.
For several years, Ravana engaged in a severe penance (tapasya) for Brahma. Ravana sacrificed his head ten times as part of his penance in order to please Brahma. He continued his penance because each time he offered his head, a new one appeared. After Ravana's tenth decapitation, Brahma finally showed up and granted him a desire, happy with his piety. When Brahma was asked to grant Ravana immortality, he declined. Nevertheless, he was given the celestial nectar of immortality, which, as we all know, was kept beneath his navel.
Ravana’s heads represent ten types of harmful love. Let's examine the negative and positive traits of Ravana's ten heads:
The following are characteristics of the evil mind:
Kama (desire), not in the act but in the person's eyes; Krodha (rage); Moha (attachment); Lobha (greed); Mada (pride); Maatsyasya or irshya (envy); Ghrina (hate); Bhay (fear); Jaddata (insensibility); and Ahankar (ego).
The six shastras and the four vedas are represented by Ravana's ten heads, making him the greatest scholar and the most intellectual person of his day.
- Sankhyashastra (mathematics)
- Yog shastra (yoga as a way of life, meditation)
- Nyayashastra (law and administration)
- Vaisheshik shastra (physics, astronomy, mechanics)
- Purvamimansa (philosophy, justification)
- Uttar mimansa shastra
Being an expert in astrology, Ravana is credited with breaking one of Saturn's arms when Shani deva refused to occupy the ideal position that would have rendered Meghnad immortal. No one on this planet had more knowledge or experience in administrative diplomacy than Ravana, therefore Lakshmana ran to him as he was about to die so he could teach him. His ten heads stood for a vast reservoir of wisdom and experience gained during his reigns as a monarch, ruler, and Brahman.
Spiritual Significance of Dussehra
As each of Ravana's heads represents a different negative attribute, Dussehra also represents purging oneself of sins or undesirable traits.
For many, the end of Dussehra signals the start of the preparations for Diwali, which is observed 20 days after Vijayadashami, the day on which Lord Rama and Sita arrived in Ayodhya. In some regions of the nation, worshipping the Shami tree on Vijayadashami has special meaning because it is thought that Arjuna stashed his weapons there while he was in exile. In several of the southern Indian states, Shami Puja is also known as Banni Puja and Jammi Puja.
Dussehra or Vijayadashmi also represents the spiritual end of negativity and evil within us (biases, prejudices, and stereotypes) and the birth of something new.
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