Dushera (Vijayadashmi) celebrates the triumph of good over evil. Falling on the tenth day of the full moon in the month of Ashvin, it commemorates the Hindu god Rama's defeat of Ravana as well as the goddess Durga's defeat of the buffalo-headed demon Mahisasur.

In As this day is known as the day of victory, the Maharaja of Jaipur worships the traditional tools or accessories to victory for the warrior Rajput: weapons and vehicles like the bullock, horse, elephant, palanquin, and rath. Afterwards, a grand procession goes to the to Dushera Kothi at Amber Road, where the Maharaja worships the Shami tree.


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