Photographer's Note

Dussehra, Dasera, Durga
Puja or Vijayadasami is
celebrated to memorialize
Rama’s victory over demon king Ravana who
abducted the Rama ’s wife Sita. This festival
symbolizes a moral victory,
as good prevails over evil. The effigies of
Ravana is set ablaze by shooting
arrows of fire at their effigies by a person who
acts as Rama by putting on
robes supposedly worn by
him. He is accompanied to
the venue by two persons
who pose as Sita and Rama’s brother, Lakshmana.
In this frame you can see one artist is preparing the heads (10 in number) of Ravana, and two childrens watching the whole activities curiously. I found this frame interesting and now sharing it with you. Hope you'll like it.

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Additional Photos by Subhendu Bagchi (subhendu_bagchi) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2588 W: 162 N: 4765] (26091)
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