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Money Lessons to Learn from Dussehra

दशहरा

Vijayadashami i.e. Dussehra is one of the biggest festivals of our country. On this day Lord Rama had won victory over Ravana. It is believed that Goddess Durga also killed the demon Mahishasura on Dussehra. Any kind of measures taken on this day gives renewable results. We are telling you some special measures to be done on Dussehra, which will remove the troubles of your life immediately.

(If you are in deep trouble or want to get rid of all kinds of troubles in the coming days, then talk to our astrological advisors directly.)

Dussehra Remedies

On the day of Dussehra, lighting a lamp under the Shami tree gives victory in all kinds of court cases. Shami is also considered as a form of fire god, hence Shami wood is also used in Havan. Lighting a lamp under the Shami tree brings good luck.

Starting from the day of Dussehra, feeding sweet laddus or gram flour sweets to dogs and cows daily for 51 days, there is no shortage of money throughout the year.

Seeing the Neelkanth bird on Dussehra fulfills all the wishes. Seeing Neelkanth, in your heart, ask Lord Shiva for his wishes for good days. Will be completed

(If for a long time you are dealing with a particular problem, now is the time to change your life, contact our astrologer.)

It is said that donating a broom in any temple while meditating on Goddess Lakshmi in the evening on the day of Dussehra removes money related problems.
By doing the story of Sundarkand on Dussehra, all the diseases and mental problems go away.
Take alum in your hands on the day of Dussehra. Going to any secluded place or terrace, salvage it seven times by remembering the favor from above you and then throw it behind your back. Come home without turning and light a lamp in front of God.
Therefore, do these measures on Dussehra, all the work will be proved

(Maybe you are going through the Mahadasha of Rahu or Shani, which is stalling your work, why not ask our astrologers for its solution.)

Significance of Dussehra: Why Dussehra is Celebrated

Actually, most people celebrate Dussehra to commemorate Lord Rama’s victory over Ravana, but apart from this, it is said that Mother Durga killed Mahishasura on this day. One of his names Vijaya is associated with the Vijayadashami festival, which we call Dussehra. Arms worship is also done on this day. This year in 2021, Dussehra festival will be celebrated on 15 October.

With the blessings of Ganeshji,
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