Dussehra is a well-known holiday observed by Hindus throughout India, albeit with distinct names. It is also called Vijayadashmi (‘Vijay’ significance ‘success’ and ‘Dashmi meaning ‘tenth day) because it is thought Lord Rama killed the devil-king, Ravana and saved his abducted wife – Sita. To put it differently, it signifies the victory of good over evil. The celebrated success is re-enacted to the day. Crackers and fireworks are put inside the effigies.