History of DASARA festival in Andhrapradesh
DASARA is famous festival Andhra Pradesh every one is enjoying lot in these festival season, Darasa is an important festival to worship the goodness Durga Devi.
DASARA als called VIJAYADASAMI it means Victory of the 10th Day , this is a celebration of the victory of the goodness over the evil, History say that Dasara is day the victory of the Durga over Mahishasura. Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva are created a Durga as maha sakti and send her to fight on evil Mahishasura to give freedom to living being on earth.
How devotees celebrating the DASARA in Andhra Pradesh
Every one in Andhra celebrating the whole Darasa season , it is 10 days festivals, student has 10 days holidays for the occasation of the DASARA, office also has holiday on dasara.
Business people does the special Durga puja to their business articles , it also has history to worship the business articles or weapons ,Because the goodness duraga devi used the weapon to kills the Mahishasura since believe that business article are important to survival in the live , so devotees calls dasara also as AYYUDAPUJA
Business people gets ready few days early to enjoy the festival well, people are collecting money(dasara chanda) from their customer , and business owner also gaves the money their works, and some companies also provide special Dasara Bonus.
Every one in Andhra Pradesh are effectively participating in the dosara festival, they are decorating their work place with different colors papers. And people are waiting for good time to start the Durga pujs, and they do puja well and distribute the some food items to all people surrounding them.
Auspicious days Dasara Festival
Dasara normally comes October/ September on every year.
History says dasara is festival comes on the 10th days , the 1st to 9 days are celebrating as Navartri on 10th days devotees celebrating as a Dasara.
• The first three days of Navratri is worshiped the Goddess Durga and Her various incarnations and Kali Kumari and Parvati
• Next three days are worshiped to Goddess Lakshmi.
• Last three are worshiped to Goddess Saraswati