From Sachin Tendulkar to Sakshi Malik, Indian sports stars wish 'Happy Dussehra' on Twitter

Let's have a look at some those special messages from your favourite sports stars to make this festive season more colourful and prosperous

After 9 days of celebration, enjoyment and fun, finally, the grand festival of Navratri has reached its final day. Vijaya Dashmi, also called Dussehra, marks the culmination of the 10-day long Navratri festival which is known for the historic victory of Lord Rama over the evil King of Lanka, Ravana. Effigies of Ravana are burnt on this day as a symbol of the victory of good over evil across the country. While in the eastern part of India, Vijayadashami is the celebration of Goddes Durga’s triumph over the invincible Buffalo king Mahishasura.

On this auspicious occasion, the social media is getting flooded with Dussehra wishes and messages. The renowned Indian cricketers and other sportsmen also took a moment to wish their fans and followers.

Let’s have a look at some those special messages from your favourite sports stars to make this festive season more colourful and prosperous:

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