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About Chaite Dashain
Ram Nawami and Chaite Dashain are being celebrated throughout the country. Hindus celebrate Ram Nawami as the birthday of Lord Ram. Pilgrims from various parts of the country and from India take a holy dip in the sacred and historical Gangasagar and Dhanushsagar and pay homage at Ram Mandir, Janaki Mandir on this day. Chaite Dashain another Hindu festival is also observed on this day and falls in spring around Mar-April. Chaite Dashain epitomizes the victory of divine forces over evil and truth over falsehood. Goddess Durga Bhavani who is the symbol of power and truth is worshipped on this day. Chaite Dashain is one of the important festivals of Hindus and is celebrated on Chatashtami according to the lunar calendar and is the second Dashain after the Bada Dashain, being celebrated all over Nepal amidst festivities. The day is also observed as a public holiday. Devi is worshipped on this day who helped the Ram the central character of the epic Ramayana in killing the Ravana. According this legend Ravan, the demon king kidnapped Ram’s wife, Sita and then Ram is successful in killing Ravan on the 9th of the Nepali month Chair (Chaitra). So the second day of the festival is called Rama Navami. Navami means ninth day. is an online calendar website designed to organize special occasions like Chaite Dashain. Customize Chaite Dashain reminders, Chaite Dashain gift suggestions, Chaite Dashain event planning, Chaite Dashain history and tradition. Plan, organize and celebrate special occasions and holidays like Chaite Dashain online at Create a free account and set a calendar reminder for Chaite Dashain.
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