New Delhi: It is quite known that from the past few days, the pollution levels in Delhi are rising alarmingly. Also, the cases of novel coronavirus are increasing day by day. In Delhi, Dussehra organizers steered clear of burning effigies. Some people worshipped Lord Ram while others set afire effigies of corona demon along with Ravana.
Sky dotted with 101 lanterns with messages to for covid front line warriors in Dwarka:
In Dwarka, people wrote messages for covid front line warriors and the sky was dotted with those 101 lanterns containing messages. Mukesh Sinha is from the association of social and cultural events. He said that since 2003 they have been organizing Ramlila. However, this year, they adapted to changed circumstances.
Delhi: Covid shares podium with Ravana
Sinha revealed that about 1000 locally sourced diyas were lit. Further, he said that the sky lanterns are a token of thanks to all first-line warriors of the covid pandemic. Every year, the key dignitaries used to attend Vijayadashami celebrations across Delhi. However, this year there was no such participation.
The greatest evil in today’s times are covid 19 and pollution, we need to fight against them this Dussehra.
Delhi: People set afire effigies of the “corona demon” along with Ravana
Deputy CM Manish Sisodia shot Ravana with a bow near his residence. He stated that in today’s times the biggest evils are covid 19 and pollution. He appealed to people to celebrate a pollution-free Dussehra. Prem Pal, committee head said, “We ended the enactment of Ramayana with messages about defeating coronavirus using hand sanitisers, social distancing and masks