Vijayadashami, or Dasara, as it is popularly known, is a very important festival for various reasons. It was on this day that the demon Mahishasura was slain by Mother Durga. Another important event that happened on this day was Lord Rama's victory over the wicked Ravana. This day is also known as 'Dasara' for this reason. Dasara is derived from two Sanskrit words - dasha (ten) and hara (defeat).
On this very auspicious day, perform Annadana Seva, and be blessed with Lord Rama's protection and all prosperity upon your family.
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Gau Seva is an integral aspect of our Vedic heritage and culture. In our country, cows are not only protected but also revered and worshipped.
Our Vedic scriptures state that all the devatas reside in a cow's body. Hence, the cow is considered to be divine and regarded as a mother.
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" rinodakadi samyuktham
yah pradadyat gavahnikam so
asvamedha samam punyam "
In Brihat Parashara Smriti (5.26-27) it is Said that one who feeds the cow with grass and water every day derives the benefit equivalent to performing Ashwamedha Yajna. Those interested in contributing towards the feeding of cows