Celebrate Dussehra, on 10th day after the Navratri everyone is celebrating Vijayadashmi or Dussehra, Which marks victory of good of Evil.
The tenth day of Sharad Navratri is observed as Vijayadashmi, to mark the ‘Vijay’ or victory of Lord Rama over evil King Ravana.
It is popularly known as Dussehra. On this day, it is believed that Lord Rama killed the evil king Ravana, thus ending his wicked rule in Lanka.
Another importance of this day is that,
in Eastern parts of India, it is celebrated as the last day of five-day long festival Durga Puja. It is celebrated to commemorate Goddess Durga’s victory over the buffalo demon, Mahishasur to help restore Dharma.
It also marks the end of Ramlila, with the burning of Ravana effigies in open grounds.
the day also holds importance as it is considered to be a day to worship the Goddess of knowledge, Saraswati.