Dussehra is one of the most important festivals of Hindus which is celebrated with joy and enthusiasm all over the country. This year, it falls on September 19. The festival symbolises the victory of good over the evil. Dussehra is celebrated on the tenth day of the Hindu month of Ashwin. On this day, Lord Rama killed demon king Ravana to free his wife Sita.
On Vijayadasami, people burn huge effigies of Ravana. It depicts the dispelling of darkness with light. Devotees who have been fasting for the nine days of the auspicious festival break their fast on Dussehra with delectable food. Also Read - Dussehra 2019 WhatsApp Stickers: Here's How Android-iOS Users Can Add Festive Sparkle to Chat

In many parts of India, people organise Ramlila and showcases the life of the Hindu deity. The festival also marks the beginning of Diwali festival. The day is considered to be auspicious to begin anything new and meaningful. Also Read - President Ram Nath Kovind, PM Narendra Modi Extend Vijayadashmi Greetings; Rahul Gandhi Wishes Happy Dussehra

So, on this occasion, we have compiled some of the devotional songs and bhajans that you should play while worshipping the lord. Also Read - Durga Idol Immersion, Dussehra 2018: Delhi Traffic Police Issues Advisory; List of Routes to Avoid

Shree Ramachandra Kripalu Bhajamana

The bhajan talks about the nature and appearance of Lord Rama. It also sings praises of his achievements.

Bhay Prakat Kripala

This bhajan talks about Lord Rama’s birth and narrates how he used to look when Kaushalya gave birth to him.

Payo Ji Maine Ram Ratan Dhan Payo

This is one of the popular songs which you might have heard many times. In it, Kaushalya is thanking stars that she got Lord Rama as her son.

Thumak Chalat Ram Chandra

This bhajan talks about the toddler age of Lord Rama. It narrates how a very young lord is walking making sound of his anklet.

Mangal Bhavan Amangal Hari

The song narrates the story of Lord Rama right from his birth to killing demon king Ravana. It focuses on the fact that everything in the world happens because of Lord Rama’s divine intervention and designs.