Vijayadashami 2022 Date in Karnataka Pooja Timings

Know the update regarding Vijayadashami 2022 Date in Karnataka Pooja Timings, Mysore Vijaya Dasami Festival Pooja Date and Timings.

The Dussehra festival in Mysore is the state festival of Karnataka (Nadahabba). This Navratri festival is celebrated for ten consecutive days along with Vijayadashami. Dussehra festival mostly falls in the months of September and October. Following Hindu mythology, Vijayadashami is celebrated as a sign of victory of good over evil. Parashakti, who destroyed Mahishasura’s armies in various incarnations for nine days, killed Mahishasura on the ninth day. As a sign of that victory, people celebrate the festival as Vijayadashami the next day.

Chamundeswari Devi is the name of the Goddess in Mysore. The Mysore Dussehra festival has a history of hundreds of years. The pujas, festivals, and processions that take place during these ten days attract not only the tourists of the country but also foreigners. Lakhs of tourists come to Mysore every year to witness these festivals. As of 2010, it has been 400 years since the festival started.

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Importance of Vijayadashami Festival:

In the 15th century, Vijayanagara kings started organizing Dussehra festivals. We also get historical evidence for this. In his book Matla-us-Sadain wa Mazu-ul-Bahrain, the Persian ambassador Abdur Razak wrote about the Dussehra celebrations of the kings of the Vijayanagara Empire. In this book, he wrote about the history of the world that he knew from 1304-1470. Thus we know that before the 15th century Dussehra celebrations were held grandly.

Vijayadashami 2022 Date in Karnataka Pooja Timings

This Year, Navaratri’s Last Day Vijayadashami Falls on 05th October 2022 Wednesday. On that Day Mysore Chamundi Devi Navaratri Festivals will come on Conclude in a great manner.

After the fall of the Vijayanagara Empire, the Udayars, the kings of Mysore, started Dussehra celebrations in Srirangapatna, near Mysore. Raja Udayar I (1578-1617) started this festival in 1610. On these ten days, the Mysore Palace and Chamundi Hill will be lit up with lamplights. Tourists are very excited to see these two. In 1805 Krishnaraja Udayar started holding a special Rajdarbar in the Mysore Palace during Dussehra from the time of 03. After that, it became a custom. Royal relatives, royal families, guests, officials, people, and others participated in this durbar. This practice continued till the death of Srikantha Udayaru in December 2013. But after his death, this durbar was held on the golden throne, with the “Pattada Kathi”, the king’s sword. On Maharnavami, the ninth day of Navratri, this royal sword is brought along with elephants, horses, and camels in a procession and worshiped.

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