Oct 142013


Making and Burning of Ravana

Dussehra is one festival that has so many symbols attached with it. The winning of good over evil, Ram over Ravana, destroying of demons by women power  in form of Bijoy Dashmi  during Durga Puja.

I was talking to my niece and nephew about the same, just when they were going out to watch the burning of Ravana and they sent me some pictures on knowing that I am missing them and burning of Ravan in Delhi. So here they are all clicked by cell phone by my budding photographer niece and nephew

Ravan Making

Ravan Making

Ravan on Road

Road Rage by Ravana

Ravan on Sale

Ravana on Sale

Ravan on Road

Ravana Rules the Roads- Till he is burnt to ashes

making ravan ready

Truth About Ravans: The Higher They Are The Harder They Fall

Ravan Meghnad Kumbhkaran

Being Ravan: It’s a family business with Meghnad and Kumbhkaran

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Update: I visited Tatarpur in Delhi to photograph Making of Ravanas.

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Comments (12)
  1. Dussehra is one of the most popular festival of India & lot of people celebrate Dussehra with very excitement. So Before one months. People begin to make Ravana statue & it become more interesting to know see Ravana on The Roads.

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  3. Seeing the Ramlila in Delhi is on my travel bucket list. Nice photo essay!

  4. this post reminded me of good old childhood days…thnks

  5. 🙂
    I’ve never been to an event like this. 🙁

    Thanks to you and your budding reporter-cum-photographers for the pictures. I have a feeling they will take to blogging, thanks to your influence. 🙂

  6. What a cute photo essay! I know cute is not the right word but somehow that is what comes to mind!

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