Vijaydashmi is the day of victory, representing the day of enlightenment when all vasanas are destroyed and the knowledge of the Self has dawned on the individual. The individual is said to have attained Self-Realization. The triumph of having moved from the ignorant state of JIVAHOOD (embodied soul) to the enlightened state of SHIVAHOOD (liberated soul). This day marks the triumph of spirit over matter, of victory of divine qualities over evil qualities, of the removal of ignorance by the light of wisdom and knowledge.- Sri. Sadguru Rameshji Ji
'Most of us celebrate festivals by following various rituals but without really understanding the significance of the festival and the message it is trying to give. You are right when you said that every festival or puja or ritual should be understood from its knowledge aspect and then connect our emotions while performing it or celebrating it. I tried and found that it's working wonderfully well. Thanks for giving a new direction of celebration.
THE JOY OF SEEING OTHERS JOY IS A BIGGER JOY THAN OUR OWN JOY