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JNTUK Dasara Holidays 2018

JNTUK Dasara Holidays 2018

JNTUK Dasara Holidays 2018 : Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Kakinada has given notice that JNTUK Examination Center remains closed during 17th Oct to 21st Oct in view of the Dasara (Dussehra/Vijayadashami) Festive season.JNTUK Dasara Holidays

JNTUK Dasara Holidays 2018

Sub:- JNTUK – Kakinada – University Examination Center – Declared Holidays to the University Examination Center on the occasion of DASARA Festival – Information-Reg.

All the Principals and students of all constituent colleges of JNTUK, Kakinada are hereby informed that the University Examination Centre will be remain closed from 17.10.2018 to 21.10.2018 (Including both days) in perspective of public holidays on the eve of DASARA, and the University Examination Centre reopens on 22.10.2018. The Principals of the all respective colleges are further requested that the same may be communicated to all the students and stake holders concerned.

About Dasara/Dussehra Festival:

Vijayadashami otherwise called Dusshera or Dussehra is a prominent Hindu celebration celebrated toward the finish of Navratri consistently. It is seen on the tenth day in the Hindu timetable month of Ashvin, the seventh month of the Hindu Luni-Solar Calendar, which ordinarily falls in the Gregorian long periods of September and October.

Vijayadashami is observed for various reasons and celebrated distinctively in different parts of the Indian subcontinent. In the southern, eastern and northeastern conditions of India, Vijayadashami marks the finish of Durga Puja, recollecting goddess Durga’s triumph over the wild ox devil Mahishasura to help reestablish dharma. In the northern and western expresses, the celebration is synonymously called Dussehra (likewise spelled Dasara, Dashahara). In these areas, it denotes the finish of “Ramlila” and recalls God Rama’s triumph over the Ravana.

On the plain same event; Arjuna alone crushed whole Kaurava armed force comprising of 100,000s of troopers, Bhishma, Drona, Karna, Ashwatthama, Kripa, Duryodhana, Dushyasana, Shakuni and so on – there by fundamentally citing a characteristic case of triumph of Good (Dharma) over wickedness (Adharma). Then again it denotes a worship for one of the parts of goddess Devi, for example, Durga or Saraswati.

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