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Why residents of Delhi's Titarpur can't bear to watch Ravana going up in flames

‘Chandra’view of talent!

She was the Shoorpanakha, an asura (demon) and sister of the 10-headed demon, Ravana in the critically acclaimed play titled Thus Spake Shoorpanakha, So Said Shakuni. She is also a modern-day woman who believes in women empowerment and is the founder of the ... Deccan chronicle, 2 days ago
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Why Ravana is still alive

of ego, such as vanity, anger & greed, have to be tamed if Ravana has to be annihilated So yet another Dussehra is over. Dussehra, the festival signifying the triumph of good over evil for the umpteenth time, has been celebrated with the same ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago Mela to protest against burning of Ravana's effigies  Times of India2 weeks ago Dussehra celebrations LIVE: PM Modi witness `Ravan Dahan`, effigy of drugs set ablaze in Punjab  ZeeNews.com2 weeks ago Redefining Ravana  Hindustan Times2 weeks ago

Curtain Falls on Dussehra

SAMBALPUR: The Dussehra celebration came to an end with Ravan Podi Utsav marking victory of good over evil in Sambalpur town on Saturday even as immersion of the Goddess was underway all through Sunday. There was no deviation in immersion ritual ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago Dussehra celebrated with zeal; idol immersion today  New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago Surtis celebrate as Ravan effigy goes up in flames  Times of India2 weeks ago Evil goes up in smoke  Times of India2 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

Cops play Ram, burn Ravana effigies to control violent mob

BHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh Police, for a change had to don the role of 'Ram' during a Ravana Vadh function in naxal-infested Balaghat district on Friday night as attempts to burn effigies of Ravana, Meghnath and Kumbhakarana refused to burn for nearly ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago You can be Ram, kill the inner Ravana  Meri News2 weeks ago Now a 'Ravana' scam hits Madhya Pradesh, police burn effigies amidst protest  Times of India2 weeks ago Madhya Pradesh villagers offer prayers to Ravana on Dussehra  Hindustan Times2 weeks ago
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List of People Who Died in Bihar Stampede

PATNA: Following is the details of the 33 persons who died in the stampede outside Gandhi Maidan after "Ravana Vadh" (killing of demon king) celebrations here last night. The list with address of the victims has been issued by the Patna Medical ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago Stampede at Dusshera celebrations in Patna, 33 killed, scores injured  ABP Live2 weeks ago 32 killed, 18 hurt in Patna stampede  Qatar Peninsula2 weeks ago 10 injured in stampede after burning of Ravana's effigy  NetIndia123.com2 weeks ago

World's 'tallest' Ravana effigy in Barara

Barara(Ambala): Living up to its tradition of assembling together "world's tallest" Ravana effigy year after year, Barara residents this year raised its height to 200 feet. Since 1986, the organizers have been raising the height of effigy every ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago World's tallest effigy of Ravana consigned to flames  NetIndia123.com2 weeks ago This year, Pak & Chinese netas are Ravanas in Indore  Times of India2 weeks ago Soren will set Ravan ablaze in Morhabadi  New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago

They make biggest Ravana in city

The Hindu Artistes with the effigies of Ravana. Photo: G Ramakrishna TOPICS Tallest effigy at 35 ft. for Pedda Amberpet organisers Shankar and his team of 25 craftsmen have been busy for the past few months to ensure the delivery of Ravana ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago Preparations on for Vijaydashmi  New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago Muslim artisans prepare Ravana effigies  Press Trust of India2 weeks ago Rain threat to Dussehra  The Telegraph4 weeks ago
International Business Times India

Dussehra 2014: People Across the Country Celebrate Festival, Burn Ravana Effigies

1 of 7 An effigy of 10-headed demon king Ravana burns during the Dussehra festival celebrations in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad Reuters An effigy of 10-headed demon King Ravana collapses after it is burnt during the Hindu festival of ...
 International Business Times India2 weeks ago Lord Rama's chariot sets stage for weeklong Kullu Dussehra  Times of India2 weeks ago [VIDEO] India: Giant Ravana to be set ablaze at Hindu festival  Citizenside2 weeks ago 10/2/2014: My City: yehdillihai!  Hindustan Times2 weeks ago
IBNLive India News

This Ravana fights to protect bikers

Ravana, the demon king in the epic Ramayana, had ten heads. Still he fell to the magical arrow of Lord Rama. We have just one head, so we had better take good care of it by using a helmet when riding. That's the simple message Thane traffic cops ...
 DNA India2 weeks ago Its one-headed Ravana effigies in Jaipur to cut cost  Press Trust of India2 weeks ago It's one-headed Ravana in Jaipur  The Freepress Journal2 weeks ago Dussehra organisers prepare one-headed Ravana effigies in Jaipur to cut cost  IBNLive India News2 weeks ago

In Kanpur, Thousands Will Worship Lord Ravana at Temple

Kanpur : Over twenty thousand people will worship Ravana at the Dashanan temple in Kanpur for their well-being on the occasion of Dussehra. The doors of the 124-year-old temple that open once a year on the morning of Dussehra is expected to see ...
 NDTV2 weeks ago Thousands to worship Ravana at Kanpur Dashanan temple  Zee News2 weeks ago Kanpur: Thousands Will Worship Lord Ravana  NDTV2 weeks ago Ramlila, where Ravana, his family is worshipped  Times of India4 weeks ago
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