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History of Ramlila

Dwarka Shree Ramlila Society is organizing its first ever ramlila in Sub City Dwarka at Sector-10, Dwarka Near Muthoot Hospital Ground. It’s a days long event starting from 21th September,2017 till 30th September,2017. 

Further he added that the programme will be as follows: On 21th Sep 2017., Narad Moh,22th Sep . Rawan Tapsya & Ram Janam, 23th Ahlaya Udhar & Sita Swaymbar, on 24th Sep .,Ram Vanvas & Bharat Milap, 25th Oct.,Sita Haran & Jatayu Maran, 26th Sep .-Hanuman Milan & Bali Vadh, 27th Sep .,Hanuman Meghnath dialogue & Lanka Dahan, on 27th Sep . Angad Rawan dialogue & Kumbhkaran Vadh, on 28th Ravan Vadh (Vijaydashmi) on the concluding day i.e;30th Sep ., Raj Tilak.

Ramlila (literally 'Rama’s lila or play') is a dramatic folk re-enactment of the life of Lord Ram, ending up in ten-day battle betweenLord Ram and Ravan, as described in the Hindu religious epic, theRamayana.[1] A tradition that originates from the Indian subcontinent, the play is staged annually often over ten or more successive nights, during the auspicious period of 'Sharad Navratras',

which marks the commencement of the Autumn festive period, starting with the Dussehra festival. Usually the performances are timed to culminate on the festival of Vijayadashami day, that commemorates the victory of Lord Ram over demon king Ravana, when the actors are taken out in a procession through the city, leading up to a mela ground or town square, where the enactment of the final battle takes place,

before giant effigies of Ravana, his brother Kumbhakaran and son Meghanathare set fire, and coronation or abhisheka of Rama at Ayodhya takes place, marking the culmination of festivities and restoration of the divine order Rama is the 7th incarnation of Vishnu and central figure of the Ramayana. The Ramayana is based on the life, times and values of Lord Rama. Lord Rama is called the Maryada Purushottam or 'The best among the dignified'.

The story of Lord Rama and his comrades is so popular in India that it has  actually amalgamated the psyche of the Indian mainstream irrespective of their religion. The very story of Ramayana injects ethics to the Indian mainstream.