We hope that you all are doing great and achieving what you are destined for!
We want to wish everyone a very happy and prosperous DUSSEHRA.
Why is DUSSEHRA celebrated?
In most of northern and western India, Dasha-Hara (literally, “ten days”) is celebrated in honor of Rama. Thousands of drama-dance-music plays based on the Ramayana and Ramcharitmanas (Ramlila) are performed at outdoor fairs across the land, in temporarily built staging grounds featuring effigies of demons Ravana, Kumbhakarna and Meghanada are held. The effigies are burnt on bonfires in the evening of Vijayadashami-Dussehra. While Dussehra is observed on the same day across India, the festivities leading to it varies. In many parts, the “Ram Lila”, or the brief version of the story of Rama, Sita, and Lakshmana is enacted over 9 days before it, but in some cities such as Varanasi, the entire story is freely acted out by performance artists before public every evening for a month.
DUSSEHRA At WEBLIZAR
This time it’s going to be different as in a short span of three years, the love, affection, and trust you people have shown to us and our products is immense and we are obliged and thank you for being with us in the journey of success.
It makes us happy when our clients business grows with the help of our products, and it gives us a proud smile on our faces.
Team weblizar is dedicated to hear your problems and give you what you need rather than what you want and that is what makes us different and closer to a solution to your daily life struggles.
This motivates us to create products that can assist you in your problems (big or small) and we want you to be motivated as this festive season, weblizar is bringing up with a huge discount. We are giving away straight 30% off on all our products. Accept this as a token of our gratitude for the love and trust you people have showered on us.
You! Yes YOU, Thank you for being our real strength while we were down and hopeless and thank you for backing us up with your true feedback to let us come more stronger than before.