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Dasara, derived from the Sanskrit Dasha-hara meaning "remover of bad fate", is among the most important festivals celebrated in India. Regional spellings include Dashera, Dussera and Dussehra.
Specifically, it may refer to:
- in South India, the ten-day festival of Navratri as a whole
- in Nepal, the 15-day festival of Dashain
- in North India, the tenth day of the festival, Vijayadashami
- in Himachal Pradesh, a seven-day festival starting on that day, Kullu Dussehra
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- Durga Puja, the five- or six-day festival celebrates in Eastern India and elsewhere
- Dasara Elephants, an integral part of the Mysore Dasara festival
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