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Bhadarwah: In view of Coronavirus threat, the celebration of Dussehra festival was held with simplicity in Additional district Bhadarwah on Sunday evening.Like other parts of the country, Dussehra festival-which marks the victory of good over evil, was celebrated with great enthusiasm, gaiety and religious fervour by a sizable crowed of both communities (Hindus and Muslims) of Bhadarwah where effigies of Ravana, Kumbkaran and Meghnath.A simple religious function with low gathering was held at Historical Seri Bazaar Bhadarwah, where people watched the burning of sky high effigies of demon king Ravana, his brother Kumbhkarana and son Meghnath to mark the culmination of good prevailing upon evil. On the occasion, a victory march (Shobha Yatra) was taken out in the Bazaars with tableau of Lord Rama in special chariot, depicting the scenes and characters from Ramayana, while a traditional `Rath Pooja’ was also performed to mark the return of Lord Rama after killing the demon king. Thereafter, the tall effigies of Ravana, Meghnath and Kumbhkarana were set on fire, amidst bursting of loud fire crackers. Security arrangements were beefed up in all areas.
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