Dussehra Celebration; All Set To Go
Dussehra preparation started around a month back in which parts of idols were build, and now taking its final shape at M. B. Stadium. This year the height of the effigy of Ravan is kept to 65 feets, while the other two has been given 57 feet height.
While Navratri celebration is on its’ conclusive journey for the year, the preparations of Dussehra and Diwali are hotting up.
On Dussehra, the giant size, well-crafted effigies of Ravana, Kumbhkarana and Megnatha are burnt, demonstrating victory of goodness over evil.
Dussehra preparations started around a month back in which parts of the idols were built, and now are taking final shape at the M. B. Stadium. This year, the height of the effigy of Ravan is kept to 65 feet, while the other two have been given 57 feet height.
Baluchistan Panchayat, following the 64 years trend set by their forefathers have been preparing the idols at Sindhi Community Center since a month and are now busy giving the final touches at the commonly known Gandhi Ground.
Gurumukh Kasturi, President, Baluchistan Panchayat said, “In all the districts of the State, this task of building effigies is carried out by Municipal Councils, but in Udaipur our community executes it, as our ancestors have started the trend”.
Kastruri added, “We are thankful to the administration of Udaipur that they have given us a chance to discharge such a responsibility”.
Dussehra is scheduled on 24th October; several events have been organized, including a mass procession of Sindhi community from Sanatan Mandir to the M. B. Stadium; after a prayer of lord Shiva by the worshipers dressed like Ram, Laxman and Hanuman; the program will start at 2.30 pm on that day.