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Dussehra, which commemorates the triumph of good over evil, is observed on the tenth day of the month of Ashvina (September–October) when the full moon is visible. The nine-day Navratri festival comes to an end on Dussehra, which also falls on the tenth day of the Durga Puja holiday. Many people start getting ready for Diwali, which comes 20 days following Dussehra.

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Take advantage of the amazing discounts on airline tickets and experience the Dussehra celebrations as the festive season is in full swing in India. The festival of Dussehra is widely observed and enjoyed across India, however, the festival is best experienced in Kolkata, Delhi, Mysore, Kota, Varanasi, Kullu, and Mysore.


During Durga Puja or Dussehra, Kolkata really embodies the phrase “City of Joy.” It is a unique experience to participate in Durga Puja and Bijoya in Kolkata and even other regions of West Bengal.

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The Dussehra Fair is the most exciting event in Kota during Dussehra. Attending the fair is a distinctive experience, filled with everything from cultural performances to food stalls, costume dramas, and fireworks.

The Sanganer Airport is the nearest airport to Kota, which is situated in Jaipur at a distance of around 245 km from the city center.

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Unquestionably, Delhi is among the top cities in India to travel to for Dussehra celebrations. With the nine long days of Navratri, the city is illuminated. You can watch theater performers taking part in plays. You may go to Ramlila Maidan in Old Delhi to witness the most well-liked Ramlila musicals. 

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Dasara is the most popular festival in Mysore. It commemorates the day of triumph when Goddess Chamundeswari defeated the demon Mahishasura and is held at the conclusion of the nine-day Navaratri celebration. The Mysore Palace’s illuminations resemble a fairyland.

The jamboo savari parade has elaborate tableaus, musical and dance performances by different artists, reenactments of regional folktales, adorned elephants, enormous puppets, horses, and more. The royal palace serves as the starting point for the parade, which ends at the Banni Mantap.

Bengaluru International airport is the nearest International airport to Mysore which is 170 km distance. Bus to Mysore is the best mode of transportation from Bangalore, and it takes 2 hours 30 minutes.


One of the oldest towns in the nation is Varanasi, and the Ramlila that is held here next to the Ramnagar Fort dates back to the 1800s. The entire fort is transformed into scenes that depict historical locales. The audience follows the performers as they go from one site to another to play the narrative.

A visit to Varanasi helps in understanding its history and its importance as a holy place in India


During Dussehra, see the assembly of Himachal Pradesh’s most revered deities at Kullu, which is around 40 kilometers from Manali. They are there to honor Lord Raghunath. The event starts on Dussehra day and lasts for seven days. Some go for several days on foot from far-off places with an entourage that includes musicians, priests, and other attendants.

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