Durga Puja 2021: Devotees gear up to celebrate Dussehra

This year, Dussehra, also known as Vijaya Dashami or Dashain will be celebrated on October 15. On this day, effigies

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Dussehra is the last day of the Navaratri festival. It is celebrated with great enthusiasm across the country. Here's how devotees all over India are gearing up for Dussehra.(PTI)

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Of the 20-member team working on the Ravana effigy at the Daresi Dussehra ground in Ludhiana, 16 are Muslim workmen, and the rest are Hindus. (HT Photos/Gurpreet Singh)

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An artisan works on an effigy depicting demon king Ravana ahead of the Dussehra festival celebrations in New Delhi in October 13.(AFP)

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A child holds an effigy of demon king Ravana ahead of Dussehra festival at Sirhindi Market, in Patiala.(ANI)

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A devotee performs a ritual on youths dressed as Hindu God Rama and his companion Laxman sit inside a temple before a Dussehra festival procession, in Allahabad.(AFP)

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Artisans prepare the effigies of Ravana, Kumbhakarna and Meghnath ahead of Dussehra, in Faridabad.(PTI)

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Goats lock their horns during a fight as part of Dussehra celebrations in Hubballi, Wednesday.(PTI)

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